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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by ottoman, Sep 16, 2008.
Yep. Warren, VT.
They've got it all figgered out there.
I was right by Waitsfield, and went through Warren, yesterday. I didn't go for the tag (even though I wanted a taco), figuring I'd be bruced. Nice clues for the previous tag!
Too bad we didn't cross paths - I don't think I saw any GSs, though there was a wide variety of bikes going over Lincoln and Warren gaps. Saw two hacks on the road yesterday, too - it must be the new trend!
Warren was a popular spot this weekend. We were at the Country Store for Breakfast Saturday Morning en route PDR.
new tag (sunset at larrabee's point)
201 miles today - what a ride!
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Just kiddin'. I see the bush that means you were on the VT side.
got there at 6:07 tonight, as the sun was setting in the ............
Pretty soon I'll need milk. But I'm more of a Mehurons shopper....
Then move it across the street on your way to get groceries and I'll move it somewhere else next time I do...
That storm had a little wind!
"E.C. Crosby & Sons" sorry for the bad lighting and poor iphone photo......
Where exactly was this? I knew that it was in Danby, or more precisely in Mt Tabor Village. But I scoured the Google satellite views in that little village for this roof and could not locate it. Looks like a pretty cool place with a cool history.
PS - Nice lookin' Funduro. I have the Italian version (same color) in my garage right now.
It's right at the junction of route 7 and Mt Tabor Road. You have to go to the back of the parking lot to find this shot though. Sadly this place is closing for good next month so a worthy tag for a long time business.
The Funduro is great. Testing the new GPS setup on this ride went well. Time this winter for new tires and a valve check. Let's get some more tags before the snow flies!!!
Here it is on Google Earth. Looks like they trimmed some trees.
About a half mile of maintained gravel to get here in case it matters to someone.
Thats easy, Its a bridge, nothing unique. But, if you've been downhill from it once you might recognize it. Or just Google bridge over spillway VT.
That's what I'm sayin'...