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Discussion in 'Photos' started by gplassm, Sep 23, 2010.
Elefanten Treffen Germany 2004:
Commuter travel 2012
You can click on it...only 55 sec's long. Various 2 second bursts out of a 3 minute roost-around in 92.
Made in a linier fashion in the days of "tape" recorders.
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Here is one of me pulling my daughter on a sled. Hope it works. I hoped a little more so now it should work.
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Okay I hoped some more and i think it woks now
January on Skyline Drive, VA:
Technically spring, i guess someone forgot to tell the weather. :eek1
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Yes,the black forest can be wicked,
but they have "ham and landjäger" in the kaufhaus! :dg
+1 Creepy and amazing shot.
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Next to the cabin I stayed in. It had working plumbing... 14 degrees that morning.
Winter hit hard and early this year... I'll make due i guess.
Took this up at Hatcher Pass, AK.
Nice! Were you able to make it to the top of Hatcher pass? Summit lake? Did you come in on the Willow side?
nice! what did you use inside the tire as a liner? I did the same thing. Where in BC are you?
I just cut up an old Heavy Duty tube that had a hole in it. I couldn't get ti to stay in place mounting the normal way with a rim-lock, so i ditched the lock and put the liner around the tube, then into the tire and mounted it all at once using the zip-tie trick. Got about 5 rides on it with no problems yet. How do you do yours?
I'm part time in the Okanagan and part time in Alberta.
GREAT photos! Thank you all for sharing.
We had a cold dry Fall up here and decided to invest in more Gerbing's heated gear to ride as late into the season as possible on my year old hog. Got rides in last Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.
We had a light dusting of snow Monday morning but I figured the traffic would blow most of it off the roads. Correct assumption BUT... one intersection had compressed into black ice! I saw it and slowed way down and managed to stay on some dry pavement between tire tracks. :eek1
The temperature was around 28f or -2c as I headed out of town.
Headed south on the Seward Hwy along Turnagain Arm.
"Jesus Rays" shining down on my pre-Halloween ride.
Glad my Vanson Skeleton Leathers had room for electrics underneath them even tho they died about 20mi out of town! Turns out my newish gloves had a short in them. Knew I had to turn around and head back asap as the temp was dropping fast! Made for kind of a chilly ride home.
Good thing I got the ride in as it snowed that night probably making for the last unstudded ride of the season. Warmest regards from the frosty far north, Mark H.
Can't remember if I posted this or not...