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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by waybill, May 2, 2013.
Stop at the Buffalo Bill museum in Cody while you are there. It is sooooo worth it!!
Bear Tooth Pass. 10,947 feet elevation. What an awesome ride!!
There we go!!!!!!!
Damn! That sounded good but we missed it! Had breakfast in Cody but didn’t know about Buffalo Bill museum. Headed to Casper WY tomorrow.
Pity as it has an amazing collection of western art, guns, Annie Oakly and William Cody items as well as Native American items and natural history stuff.. It would almost take a day to see it all...
Any updates from our intrepid adventurers? Nick? Scott? Come in Tokyo! Come in Tokyo!
If you go through Pinedale, WY (on Hwy 191 north of Rock Springs), you might want to check out the Museum of the Mountain Man. It’s a great museum near a primary site of annual trappers rendezvous of the 1820’s & 1830’s. Spectacular views and history all around that area.
A guy I know put eyes on em at TWO this morning, don’t know much after that. It rained on and off all day today in the mountains, lots of bikes out though.
Nice stuff, Bill. We need to do another one up that way.
My dad ran into this group of CADS doing the SM500 the other day near Dillard around the Tallulah River area. Some friends and I from Central AL and TN did in late November last year (cold and wet) and then again the first week of June. Have fun!
Look at those adventure bikes! I hope you guys are having a blast!
We are alive, SM500 was great.
It was wet and fun. More pictures and video to come.
Had a great time doing the SM500 and rode home last night. Scott and I had some minor bike trouble that was handled by the fantastic duo of Ashley and Nick. Those guys are some excellent tour guides. Brian learned what TTFTYP means. Dave loves his waterproof boots.
GoPro App made a decent video.
Nice! Rain=cooler temps & less dust!!
When I was riding home from Dahlonega yesterday I couldn't help but remember our ride back from NC a year & a half ago. South GA after lunch temps were in the mid to upper nineties. Not quite as long & brutal as what we had then, but not far off.
I remember it was so foggy that morning you couldn't see. My hands were so cold I couldn't feel the controls. My, how things changed when we came down out of the mountains! I think the water in my Camelbak boiled out!
Horned beasts aplenty. Sorry Tim!
CADS Meeting Reminder
When: Wednesday July 1st @ 7pm
Where: Don Juan's 12373 San Jose Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32223