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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by rokklym, Feb 21, 2012.
I'll be in a tent as well... rain or no rain.... I should be in middle afternoon, evening.
I'll be camping. Probably get there between 6 and 7.
Weather actually looks great!!
Not overly hot, but warm, with a chance of rain during the late morning/early afternoon.. Keeping dust down and not baking us, so full gear will be welcome.
Clam Lake is calling for all chance of rain to be gone by 3pm, making for great campfire weather and a low of 57 and clear!!!
Sounds like great drinking weather!! Perfect for BSing around a campfire!! Luckily I have only seen Ernie 3 times in the last month, and Chad only 2 short visits..
Should be great fun!!!
Oh, Knock on wood..
Out! Got a bit tied-up here and doing highway to BRF to make-up for it doesn't sound fun. Next year.
200+ Miles of slab in the heat and thunderstorms doesn't sound like a great time actually.
Everyone survived yesterdays ride, thank you to everyone that showed up, I had a great time! Hopefully the people that had bike issues get those resolved soon.
Huge thanks to Patched and Twin Headlight Ernie that went way out of their way to help their fellow riders!!
You guys rock
Great Ride all, Cleaning up and gettin ready for the next ride
Sounds like some good stories need telling!
It was real good to meet you guys. I had a blast, and my klr survived...
And a few of us got a peep show at the campground in BRF...
While I didn't get to see the show, you guys talking about age differences and whether or not she was hot was hilarious!!
And it was good to meet you, Rob!
I found out that my memory sucks, and went riding with Zed/Zora and clan without airing my tires down from 35/38 on a heavily loaded KLR, with a fat guy on the seat..:huh Got into some deep sand and the plowing started. After picking up the KLR and getting the hell out of sand for a few miles, I aired the tires down and life was much, much better..
Great time that night and actually found some really cool minimal improvement roads on the way home, that went on for miles and miles..
Had a great ride, and my thanks to Chad and everyone who was involved!
Waitin' for the trip report!
Anything new on the trail? I'm heading up this Friday.
Although we rode a different path...thanks to Chad for hooking up the great location to meet. Nice seeing all of you..nice to see some new faces as well...see most of you at the Rally! Heres some pics from our ride..The NWAT is a fantastic route..and thanks to guys like Cannon and Chad that take the immense time to put these into tracks..not to mention the work done by those who travel and help!!
Nice pix Geoff. I recognize many of the ones from the Northern Wisconsin Adventure Trail (NWAT). What kind of shape was the Dead Horse in? I'm running through there on the NWAT later this week with a few folks. I imagine is is getting wetter and wetter . . .
Lots of Water...I hope your not with any newbies running big bikes My front tire went through about 1000 decent size puddles..my back through about 2000
There were enough large puddles to make you pretty comfy with water crossings for a good time..and you know how rocky that part of the trail system is..
but it was fun as hell and I wouldn't think twice about riding it tomorrow again..thanks again Bryan..that trail is going to be a favorite..can't wait to run the whole thing.
Big thanks to Ernie for giving me a ride home My carb issues weren't a trail side fix..
Where did that piece go?
It dropped out of the intake boot when I tipped the carb getting out of the bike :eek1
Glad you got the bike home, bet you had a long day!
1st time I have ever seen that happen......crazy :eek1