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Discussion in 'Day Trippin'' started by SquirrelyGrl, May 26, 2011.
So what is it?
Hey Ginger ~
It was my riding partner's paper directions from the Houston Valley Ride, the last RR I posted. The paper was on his KLR tank and I made fun of him for having a scotch taped piece of paper for directions to the trailhead.
Believe it or not, that piece of paper stayed on the DR for a couple of months, thru the Clayton Rally and several other rides during October & November
I just caught up with your report.
I love it. Thanks.
I know you did some more riding... slacker!
I sure have, I'm working on posting lots more
Been over your way quite a few times, but always on the slab and almost always in a cage... Great writing and picture taking, thanks for sharing.
Enjoyed reading your thread
I wish there were better places to go daytripping like that here in Central VA. Keep having fun(and posting pics) so us city-dwellers can keep dreaming about the mountains!
That's a great story. It forced me to read through your entire thread. :ddog
By the way the snake on page six may not be a rattle snake. From the pics it looks to either be a brown water snake (nonvenomous) or a cotton mouth (venomous). from what I can see of the jaw structure it is more than likely the brown water snake. Can't tell for sure without a face shot. Both snakes will mimic rattlers by vibrating their tail against brush, leaves,etc which gives off the sound of a rattle. Sorry I'm kind of a nerd.
Hey Ginger ~ Ya, I dunno what it was, I wasn't gonna aggravate that snake. I'm definitely not a snake wrangler.
I've got more rides to post. Glad you guys like!
Just finished catching up, most excellent!!
I am in the mountains on trails 4-5 days a week and only have met the "bad arse" snakes a couple of times, a bunch of "nice" snakes although a few blacks have been huge and not always happy to share their personal space.... Here are a few photos of a couple common visitors to our area that I met along the trail......., they are
give a wide berth.......................
Charleston South Carolina here I come! This weekend is a solo trip of about 8 hours, wish me luck it's definitely a new experience but a much needed break from boy drama
Hope you have a blast and be careful! Hope the weather holds for you!
ahh - no problem for you at all! you went to the RDV by yourself... iirc it took you 8 hours too (and 3 days on the way home ).
. Too true Silke!
Ugh if it was May I wouldn't be so worried about riding in the rain. But I gotta get out of town. I've been goin bonkers lately.
I need a challenge, toughen me up a bit ;p
Looks dry past ATL. Have fun, we'll be expecting an update here.
come by on your way back: the goats need some lovin! (and the new puppy)
Hey... I'm worried again! You better post up. :ddog
Yup, was just thinkin' that. You need a spot Squirrely!
I . You Tuna ;p
You're so silly. I went thru 2 different flurry storms to get to Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. I have a couple of pics, since I was in a hurry to get here during 12 hours on the bike.
One day, I'll get my rear in gear for leaving at a decent hour to arrive at a decent hour
Hey Shane! Thank you for the letter! It was my only one and sure enough only one that I ever got in the mail.
Thanks Valentine ;p