it all started in 2005. flux calls me up, "hey man, this guy i know is sellin his xr go buy it" i reply with an ok. then i was hooked. im sure that xr is dead in the water in someones backyard by now, but the adventure continues to be had. im really not very good at story tellin, and as some of you may know....i suck at grammar. so im just gonna post some pics of different places i ride to and neat things i pass by. enjoy. found i neat very non-mantained gravel road today so of course i had to try out the gs' offroad paws. those cows looked at me like i was an alien...doubt they have ever seen a motorcycle on this road before then i wondered off the beaten path into this cool little mudhole. it got pretty sloppy back there. and when the road started making steep decents with the freeze from last night starting to thaw, i decided to not risk it alone. i was suprised at how well the tourances did..it slid around alot but never "lost" its footing. notice alll the snotty mud on the front tire...i may need to invest in a TT front fender couldnt believe how well the gs handled off road. jeep sums up my thoughts of this bike. after a while i found some pavement again and came across this sign. i had passed it once before with a couple other riders but didnt stop to snap a pic until today. and this is why. im not sure how deep the sides drop off too...but the drainage pipes under the bridge seems to be 6 ft diameter. and just so every one here is on the same page...this is the same bridge after a "light" rain. the current is stronger than it looks. and in the summer time a nasty green algae grows on the concrete and let me tell you...it is slicker then ice.