Yes me ban and Sieg had a great ride today-----ban had a gps track that wasn't proven and we followed it and it was great with just a place or 2 we had to re-route because of a dead end road or private property. And they took me to a place I've never been to---and didn't know existed. It's called "Castor River Shut Ins". It's a beatutiful place that requires a bit of a hike. I had been down the road it's on as very near there I had dropped a waypoint called "Dead End" but never took the hike to see what the shut ins were. Here's a pick of them I grabbed of the net---as I left my camera at home. It's not visited very often---and is really cool. And here is the picture Bruce just sent me he took with his cell phone----really neat place huh ???? That's me and Sieg. The Shut-Ins are here---theres a parking lot----then you have to hike about 1/4 mile back to them. N37° 34.220' W90° 09.416' We then went to my favorite place to eat in Missouri----the "Hideaway" ---middle of nowhere. Population zero. We were so full we couldn't hardly zip our jackets up. We then were taking what back roads we could find and were going to Tower Rock on the Missouri side as the Mississippi river is as about as low as it's ever been -----and Sieg said in the very near future it will be at record low levels and we have a plan we can't tell about what we are going to do at Tower Rock But on the way------about 3 hours before dark a big fog rolled in and none of us wanted to ride in the fog at night and headed slowly back into Illinois. And ----crap-------the fog lifted---we could have gone and been just fine. Great day of riding-------no one was out since it was so cool. Bruce was on his DR650----I was on my 950KTM----Sieg was on his Versys------and I got to ride Siegs Versys quite a bit--------really nice motor------all the power anybody needs and oh so smooth----now I know why Bash3r likes his so well. It doesn't like the deep gravel or sand as much as a bike with a 21" front wheel-----still a really fun bike.