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Discussion in 'Photos' started by flingshot, Jul 8, 2009.
Nice, but where's the ocean?
To John Ford it was an Ocean.
The Duke learned to Surf in it.
To keep this Rolling.
Interesting bark rubbing/removal on that tree... elk, deer?
My KLR and tent in Moab last month. Had a great time with three good friends. 2HE
Probably AssHole dope Heads.
Not that their is anything Wrong with that.
It is Colorado.
But Geeeeezzzze....the trees don't need to Suffer.
Now that I look at it a little more. Does look like a nibble pattern.
First Rant still stands.
Hi Rich, didn't realize it was you. ODC.
Could be tent/tarp/hammock guy-lines? Over and over, in the same spot on the tree, they could wear off the bark. From the picture its hard to tell how high off the ground it is.
To put this back on track.
MOAR on Track.
Yep........It's a LIFEstyle.
That ring was definitely not made by ropes or guy lines. Just sayin'
Yeah, the tree to the left looks more like antler rubbing. The one in question looks like it was girdled perhaps for future fire wood by regulars? Or who knows, maybe somebody was really stoned and just spiraled in on their own myopic orbit of bark picking until they passed out.
I 'm still sticking with PotHead.
Not to sidetrack again . That campsite
Turned out to be Golden. Gold flakes in the
BLack dirt and this about a half mile up stream.
Hey Duane. That looks like a much wetter and more Northerly setting though...
Can't give away Golden opportunities.
It is actually within 75 miles of Turtle Rock.
Slightly North and to the East.
I would be Happy to show you in person.
Excellent! if i had a waypoint id drop a tent in that exact spot.
At the Eastern V-Strom Rally
Just got back from a great NW trip, tried out our new Unigo trailer to haul the camping stuff, also was able to try out the Skyview 2 I picked up over the winter, both worked great, good times!
Last weekend at the Berkshire Big Adventure, Tolland MA
Chief Ladiga Campground Borden Springs Alabama off of Chief Ladiga Trail and Talladega National Forest.