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Discussion in 'Canada' started by MANXMAN, Nov 27, 2010.
You mean this water crossing?
Greg that goes by "Prime" took this one of me.
That's the one!
I got the picture Prime took of me completing my FIRST EVER water crossing turned in to a 20x30 poster
I seem to remember you having a big smile on your face after you parked up on the road after doing that. It was great to have Greg taking pictures there.
Greg took these as well!
I think I may even have let out a Yahoo!
Now wasn't that fun!
Are these the pics you're looking for? PM me if you want a larger version.
That water crossing and I rode the whole course.
You would only do that crossing if you followed the KVR (right of way) south from Brookmere. It was on the north side of where the road to Coalmount crosses the KVR. Where the trestle was burnt down.
This during drier times. Water was to the top left in the picture where the driveway disappears into the trees.
Those are them!! I'll PM you after I get back from Wetfest. I'm rushing around trying to get on a ferry today.
Must have looked similar to when I bought it, except I had vegetation in my mouth! (Cow imitattor :huh)
Any plans on next years ride?
I'd check out the BC Big Trailie Ride "7" thread if I were you.
And where is that? I can't find it. Maybe a link
Thats just my sense of humor - there isnt one - yet.
And that's mine. I know
Crying in my Beer: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=744627
Thanks for a wonderful experience Manxman!
Hey'o - heading up to explore some of this country tomorrow for a few days and have a couple ?s for those who followed this route:
- This route for Day 1 looks like a fairly long day? About how many hours did the average rider take to complete this Day 1 route?
- Did you stop for gas in Dog Creek near Gang Ranch, or with a 250km range was it a comfortable gap from Clinton to Williams Lake?
Thanks much!! JB
If my memory is correct day 1 was about 730 to 6pm, but there were many others who were faster than I.
One stop for fuel at Williams Lake and you use less fuel if you go slower.
Here are the GPS files if you are interested:
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=640446&page=6 post #79