The NorthWet Name the Location Thread

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by IpponDuro, Nov 22, 2011.

  1. Craig McCurdy

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    This is going to be easy or hard, just not sure? This will tell how many people get off their bikes... :) Name the rock.

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  2. BackCountryCruizer

    BackCountryCruizer Gnarled Adventurer

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    You don't mean like put the kick stand down, dismount and walk some place, do you?
  3. Craig McCurdy

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    Yup, that's what I mean! I know a bunch of you guys and gals though that do take your time and check things out... :)
  4. Ladybug

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    WAG is that along Lolo Motorway? If it is I'll have to see if I can find it's name.
  5. oldmonkeybut

    oldmonkeybut Digital Emigrant

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    I'd name that rock "Phil"
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  6. Craig McCurdy

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    Nope, it's not Phil but Toussaint was there.
  7. BackCountryCruizer

    BackCountryCruizer Gnarled Adventurer

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    Chimney Rock.
  8. Craig McCurdy

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    Nope, and my 1190 is sitting less than 50 yards from where I took the photo (did not have to "hike" for it). You can also see it from the road.
  9. Ladybug

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    Devil's Chair?
  10. Craig McCurdy

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    Your up Ladybug! :) The Lolo motorway is not a ride to rush, so much neat stuff...
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  11. Ladybug

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    I plan to ride and Magrueder again. I never rush but I still didn't take enough time for the two of those.

    Off to find a picture to stump the majority playing. :evil
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  12. Ladybug

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    As I was looking for a photo to post I was finding ones that were way to easy or I couldn't remember where they were. I did come up with one though.

    What is the historical item the road is associated with. It's not closed but does dead end.
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  13. Craig McCurdy

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    Is it in Wasco county by chance?
  14. Apple Jam

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    Itsa dead-end road I've never been on,...
    or there'd be roost marks !!
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  15. firemanonabike

    firemanonabike Been here awhile

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    And the mountains? Severn devils?
  16. oldmonkeybut

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    Eagle Caps
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    dumbass,,eagles don't wear caps,,they are bald,,so they wear stockin'hats!
    or football helmets from the riddell monopoly, nike swoops on every uniform.
    Dan'l Boone had a rack-oon onniz head.
    So,,you see sports teams called eaghles,,but you never see teams based on Dan'lB home made hat energy, high skool teams and like that, raccoons , rabbits, roundworms,,,,Why is that?
    And,, I have no idea where that is,,,
  18. Ladybug

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    No

    It once was a loop however I think you are correct it is a dead end now. If I remember correctly there are big boulders placed on the west end.

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    I didn't see any eagles bald, capped or otherwise but I wouldn't be surprised if they did visit.

    I wasn't able to find the name of the road, it may not have one, so I'll take the what the historical item the road is associated with.
  19. oldmonkeybut

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    Bald is such a harsh word. In today's "softer" society I believe "Follicley Challenged" is what you are referencing. Being Follicley Challenged myself I find a cap is mandatory. I think the Raptor in question probably wears a cap of some kind most of the time. The reason you don't see it is because out of respect for their National Status they take the cap off for pictures. A couple side effects of being Follicley Challenged is water in your eye's and sunburned cranium. Eagles don't have arms with fingers or fingernails ( sure let's see you scratch your head or wipe the water out of your eye with your foot) to handle these problems. Common sence says a cap must be part of the program.

    Ladybug...This perversion/diversion was brought on by Firemanonabike..his question was in reference to an earlier picture. He like the rest of us have no idea where your cool looking road could be found.

    Now back to our originally scheduled program..........
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