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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Jace, Aug 18, 2006.
Yes, if this has not been answered already.
In most places, almost anyone can carry a gun whenever they want.
A beautiful camping spot from last weekends ride in the Alps. In Graubünden, Switzerland, close to the Italian border at a beautiful mountain lake. It was darn cold at night.
The next morning...
Hey, I have a couple of those, but from my Five-Week Epic Jeep Safari in 2010
Zoomed-in shot of my camp at the base of the butte...
It's a hell of a spot, isn't it?
Been using your mini-compressor, by the way. Thanks!
That looks amazing .
Picture perfect, i want to go there ??????????????
I got another good one this weekend from the Carrizo Plain:
Off the Trans Lab at Relais Gabriel
Dry camp Tuweep Point, North Rim south of St. George, UT in 2006
Kinda inaccurate but eh.
Police officers are specifically allowed by federal law to carry everywhere but Washington D.C. and specific areas that are "off limits".
Well, at least in WA, if it's visible and on your person ("open carry") unless you're in a bar, school, or gov't building (and some others I'm sure) you can have a loaded gun on you.
Most places I've been, it's accurate.
Same in ohio. Although, "open carry" does not appy to any vehicle. So your either walking everywhere to open carry, or unloading, separating gun/ammo, storing in a case,etc to properly carry in a vehicle.
Or, just get your ccw permit.
Nothing as epic as the usual most guys got around here, but quick overnighter with new bike. (Explorer 1200) Central pa, was itching for some trout fishing. Fall colors didnt hurt either. Somehow, some of my leftovers from town, came up "missing" in the morn. A peice of my stromboli and most of my frys somehow got out my container, hanging up inside my sleeping bag compression sack that I had hanging up from a tree branch. Was super pissed, and creeped out at the same time. Either bigfoot was up there stealing food, or someone was in my camp and messing with me as I slept. Was so mad I chucked the remaining food into the woods, packed up camp, rode down to the creek to fish.
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Earlier in the summer, me and my cuz decided to check out a popular spot. Bout a 2 hr ride. Both our first times camping off the bike. Little more family/popular/civilized kinda place than we usually go. But, was crazy as we rode in sat morning. Everyone was staring at us like we were in a space ship or something. Kids running to the side of the road so see what the sound was. Dropping what they were doing to stop and wave to us. People constantly driving by and slowing down. Or even randomly stopping to talk. Everyone that walked by would whisper about us riding in. "...i think they're even street legal" "nice bikes guys" Didnt get really any good pics. But, we did feel like rockstars all weekend
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Old School camping
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neighbor, if you look left at night - here's me camped next to Charlie Brown's Christmas tree:
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At the Ramapo 500 this year.
Redwood Forest in Southern Oregon. During 3 1/2 week dirt ride from California to Oregon and back for the KTM Adventure Rally. Bike managed flawlessly.
Camping on the Sea of Cortez while trail riding the Baja 1000 course last month, not another soul for miles.
I bet you won't soon forget that place....
That is two of the best pics I have seen in this thread! Beautiful!
Campground in Grindelwald/Swiss:
On half way down from Colle del Sommeiller:
In the middle of the Assietta ridge road: