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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by Hayduke, Apr 24, 2007.
On the road for ten days on the bike....would like to get home on Sunday if you can see fit Kathy
Here it comes...……………………..
it didn't look like Kathy would accomodate me weather-wise, so I came home a day early to beat the frozen hell that awaited Sunday
Probably smart if you wanted to ride home.
There is always the Mexico option.
Good thing you didn't wait until Sunday, and better you didn't try to go north. About 5 inches here on Kelly Flats and still snowing.
Ditto here. Managed to get over the hill Thursday after the previous storm to ride Rabbit Valley and returned late last night to avoid the last one. I finally got to ride the Thompson Springs trail. 75 miles of single track heaven all to ourselves.
Driving back from Rubber Chicken should be interesting........but work it. Freak’n great time
......and here’s the aftermath of the drive back from the rubber chicken ride. It was 61 when I left T or C this morning before dawn.
My wife asked if it was worth it?
Oh hell yeah.....great riding and great people!!!
I'll take the riding in Mexico option please...in fact was planning that out today.
Do tell some more please.
Even though I’ve driven it 90k plus, I don’t recall ever driving in snow. Coming back, I hit freezing rain, snow and ice. I kept testing my brakes through it all and it seemed like it was getting good traction. Kind of surprised me and I’m of that age where I grew up driving in snow with rear wheel drive and shitty tires.
This is ours:
There's a lot of weight on those back tires, especially with a full water tank. I've been impressed with how well it does in snow, too; the traction/stability control and ABS work really well. I still don't much like going over snowy passes with it, though, but it seems to do fine.
I must be confused ..................................
Rob......I can see you behind the wheel of that Olds.....in about 10 years
My Grandpa always had a Vista Cruiser when I was a kid. I think he went through 3 or 4 of them, and drove them until he passed away about 20 years ago.
I always think of those, too. But our Vista Cruiser has a terlit, so it's better.
A terlit is one of those necessary added options.
The terlit is the only reason that machine is in my driveway
Randongo, you and Duke and "Double Yellow Dave" really need to try harder when it comes to keeping up with TERLIT Technology!
There are exciting things happening out here in the real world!
Little kids have been pooping in the family car for years ............................................ NOW it's OUR TURN!