Wyoming, Chief Joseph, Yellowstone; she is still smiling

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by Wyobrew, Oct 4, 2010.

  1. Dekay

    Dekay Adventurer

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    And the pics too! Thank you.
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  2. Kerfuffle

    Kerfuffle Mostly Harmless

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    Very nice RR, great photos. I was in Yellowstone and Bozeman this past weekend (driving a car) and the weather was indeed awesome. Two thumbs up.
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  3. mike

    mike Long timer

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    Great smiles. Thanks for the memories.
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  4. Osadabwa

    Osadabwa Don't be Surprised

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    Wyobrew, you're making me homesick (I'm from Worland originally). I miss the autumn in the Big Horns, the badlands, the absolute solitude of the roads, and a good steak. Crazy to see smoke still hanging around from the forest fires... so much for the end of the drought.

    Cheers
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  5. Ladybug0048

    Ladybug0048 Bug Sister

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    Great report and pictures. Keep on riding and having fun.
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  6. TwoShots

    TwoShots Vagabond

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    Wow you can make a road look inviting! This is quite the attention-getter:

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    So few pants come with the always useful cargo pockets. Those look good.
    What brand are you sporting here...?

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    Thanks.
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  7. Wyobrew

    Wyobrew Missed it by that mu

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    Rev' It! pants. Great stuff.

    Odadabwa: I have never traveled the world like you, but I find myself missing Wyoming if only going to AZ or Cali for a ride. If you grew up in Worland you can understand. There is something unique about this state. And only 500k people allowed in at at time. :evil

    To all others: THANK YOU for sharing the journey. I hope to have more rides in the future.

    Doug
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  8. RockiesTwin

    RockiesTwin Dfrag y0ur BrAin

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    Thanks for sharing pics from one of my favorite areas - I have family up there and have made a couple trips up there on bike in the past. The trip over 212 to Red Lodge is AMAZING!:thumb
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  9. glassgirl

    glassgirl n00b

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    Thanks so much for that report. I'm from Powell and this time of year is just the best for those crisp mornings and warm days. I miss seeing that color in the aspens.

    The trip up through Sunlight, and down to Red Lodge was a Sunday drive when I was a child. I much prefer doing it on a bike these days :D
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  10. L8APX

    L8APX Slightly Oversquare

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    Thanks for a great RR!:clap
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