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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by Signal, Sep 20, 2010.
Is that diner car in oakley/ kamas still open ?
Good pie there also
The diner in Oakley is still here and thankfully under new ownership and management. I haven't personally had a chance to try it yet but have heard good things. Planning on hitting ere this weekend. They are only open weekends right now, there is even talk of them trying to open a bar in the down stairs.....
Had good stuff there a few years ago, even met up with the walrus character
For breakfast and a ride
Thanks for the update-cool place for a meet and greet later in the season perhaps
Thanks for the heads up on the trails up there. I have ridden the five mile area on dirt bikes a lot. New to this adventure bike stuff, unsure about how the tires handle off road situations.
Have never done much "off" road, I'm more of a gravel/dirt road to nowhere guy than the goat path up the side of the rockies , but am impressed with most dual sport tires, though they will never do well in mud or sand
Ran out to dance between rain clouds yesterday for couple hrs
Nothing special other than stopped at the Hill AFB museum for a few pics, and a chance to purchase a couple models (they are getting tough to find)
Name that nose
An elderly man (really nice guy) asked if I were, given my attire, getting ready to "take her up for a spin" - sorry for the crappy pic
The Dr Pepper outside moment- Sometimes it IS about the little things
At 160K views,
Honest thanks to those who have played along
God bless and ride safe
Thanks for the ride!
Someday when I'm trying to get out of the big "City" I'll have to check out the museum.
Oh and P-38
Well played, you must have built models as a youth as well- whilst dreaming of serving with Major Boyington
Precisely! You've a good eye.
Don't forget the SR 71.
The "noses" are (in order):
P47 Thunderbolt (nicknamed "The Jug")
I haven't been up to the Hill AFB Museum for a lot of years. Maybe I'll have to go up that way sometime this spring...
Signal, your rides / pics from around Utah have kept me entertained during night shifts. Thank you!
Very glad to assist
FWIW-the SR-71 has wonderful, evil lines
Sorry for the slow summer posting, or rather lack thereof
Crazy busy summer, as Iv'e said before, I am convinced every lap around the sun is faster than the last. To be honest, also have been bicycling much more than motorcycling this year (I do tend to do things in streaks )- have logged nearly 4000 pedal miles.
However- from a few evenings ago- a run between rainshowers up a local canyon- Monte Cristo
Mr Salty approved
And- from today, my first day off work in 7 days- blue sky and 70 deg. Perfect
East Canyon Res- low, like 20 feet below spillway low :huh
Over toward imigration canyon, park city area- some colors turning but leaves looked really dry.
The road down was clogged by 2 sub-par cruiser riders :dog, 15 mph in the switchbacks- shold have stopped for more pics
Glad you're back. We missed your reports.
Great to see you back posting
I have a confession to make.
...snuck through your neighborhood recently and didn't look ya up...
Was on a mid-day mid-week hustle back East.
It was a big adventure on a little bike.
Edit: Kevin, I saw the "tiny saddle" adventure- woulda killed my knees
I didn't make it to Utah this year so your ride report(s) really help!