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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by JerseyBiker, Mar 24, 2010.
Grab! Will throw up a tag tomorrow.
Wonder why that image isn't posting.
Weird, it wouldn't load at first, now it's working fine.
I did this instead of doing tagging today..
See starting post 550 and then the next page. Some of you might see familiar area roads and then again not.
nice RR Stephen...riding is good...even better than tagging...with the weather we've been having lately...one could be excused for playing hookie from work...
Running from a raincloud!
Edit to add: Near a boundary, road name is an anagram of "Carnal Fevered Dog". EXIF data should be intact.
England milling company, Efland Cedar Grove Rd.
Hey Hushpuppy, Did you see that awesome morning rainbow? This place is now for rent if someone is interested.
Your bike is in the wrong spot.
I think I have found my next bike. It won't be a long distance traveler that's for sure, but it will be a dirt bike.
I missed the rainbow, but the eastern skyline was gorgeous for pretty much the next hour. Made it to Raleigh without hitting any more rain, hope the ride home goes as well.
Just because you're putting knobbies on this thing doesn't make it a dirt bike.
I have the new tag but can't get it off the camera. I will not be home till 8 tonight to use what I have there.
And I'll get these:
So I can text from the road/track on that bike.
Tag # 1017
Old truck on old bridge crossing the Eno. Extra points if you get the same guy and the STOP sign.
Stephen...instant recognition of your tag...as i have a file photo of that bridge...not sure if its been tagged before but i dont recall seeing it...
Still riding 4 wheels but planning the next project that includes an exploding volcano, endangered flightless birds called Megapodes, feral cattle, wild boar, helicopters, and cargo ships.
I really need to get my hands on a dirt bike out here. This is prime ADV riding country (and I've got the keys to the gates and permission to go riding).
This is what our work area on Guam looks like:
Facing East ->
Facing West (we have yet to actually get to the mountains, just been working on the east side so far...but the mountains are on our *todo* list)->
This is where I get to drive my 4 wheeled mule:
This is what I'm doing every day:
And this is the sort of thing we're finding - thousand year old home sites and other cool ancient schtuff:
That grass is 8 to 10 feet tall and sharp as a saw...It's called sword grass, saw grass, or razor grass. It'll cut you up!
Looking like I'll be here till late February or March right now.
Fascinating Erik...definitely looks like advrider country..Got my bike back up and running about 2 weeks ago...thanks for your help getting me home that day...seems like eons ago...
You need one of these:
so where's the turn signals???
It does look good!
Rock AND roll!
BNE might recognize it, but I have no idea and it's a lengthy river. Hint perhaps?