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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by prometheus rising, Jul 8, 2010.
Ah yes, MotoEx, when it absolutely, positively has to be there eventually.
The Promise Part 2
I had planned to off as the sun was rising and make fast tracks to the slab for a run North where I would pick uo state routes and get to the vermont border by 6:30 a.m.
But when i saw what the morning brought..........
All plans of a fast run were off and I quickly lost all sense of Time and Space as I navigated back roads through the tangerine stained radiance of the early morning mist reminiscent of an impressionist painting
Nice shots Joe! I've been wondering what you've been up to, glad to see you out shooting again!
Amazing pics. Your pics have been my desktop backgrounds at work for a few months now.
I'm in awe of your talent to capture true moments in time.
Bob, always a pleasure to hear from you, fall riding is here, hope your putting some miles on , anything new on the Glens Falls real estate market?
easrboundanddown, i see you're a Dylan fan
Beth, thanks for the visit, we'll definetly get that ride in before long
The promise part 3
After dawdling around enjoying the early morning I took the fast route to Killington and made a small detour up the access road
And it was in Killington where I picked up the main objective of the trip
Vermont route 100, I've ridden every inch of this numerous times and never tire of it.
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And in addition to world class scenery you can always find some amusing suprises
Every now and again, I feel the urge to pick up a camera. Funny thing is - I always get that feeling after reading one of your ride reports Joe.
Inspiring - thanks for sharing
Great to see your post and photos! I was starting to wonder if you were ok Bud glad to see your shots.
Excellent Joe!!!! I was hoping it wasn't over!!!
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Would you mind at all if I PM'd you for routes in and around the Lake Placid area? Some buddies and I started an annual thing last year to head to the Adirondacks and this June we're making Lake Placid our "home" for a few days.
look for a pm in a few days with some routes
Thanks, now go pick up a camera thers so much out there to take pictures of
Still alive and well Bob, riding season is finally here, although it's cold and windy here today
and as an added bonus they have a great little deli
to quote Yogi Berra, "it aint over till it;s over" still digging your threads
There was some kind of race and a ton of runners participating so it was a good excuse to waltz around the traffic
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This is from Smugglers notch where the road narrows to almost a single lane zig zagging through some twists, turns and boulders. Slow and cautious is the rule of thumb here, highly recomended if any one is in the area
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While really enjoying your pics i became angrier and angrier realizing how much I miss living in upstate NY ( woodstock ) and living in florida. Thanks alot. LOL seriously loved the pics made me home sick. Bybthe way what camera are you using?
nikon d7000, canon s95 ,
Entering Smugglers Notch
dropped off the gift at The Trapp Lodge with plenty of time to spare
and took a little tour of the grounds
We will be up that way next month, caging for a visit with family / friends in Albany. Love to show my wife and daughter the ADKs!!
If you go to Albany, you must go to Bob & Rons Fish Fry.