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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Clayton Bigsby, Aug 26, 2008.
I was just there a week or so ago...
Camped at Grandad. A bear came into camp that night.
I rode part of it three weeks ago and had to return home for business. I went back last week to finish, beautiful country. By the way, I always enjoy your videos. You do a great job, keep 'em coming.
My Blue Heaven cabin on the Idaho BDR. The sign over the door indicates it was built in 1953, elevation 5728. Anyone can stay there, first come, first served.
Took a wrong turn riding Hell's Backbone and ended up here-Dixie National Forest Escalante
Nothing says Adventure more than a wrong turn.
Thanks for all complimentary remarks about this photo. I made it with my phone last year while riding in the Mobile River Delta of south Alabama and didn't think too much about it.
Just ahead of where my motorcycle is stopped is a 4-foot drop-off!
I have now been honored by the BMWON magazine (BMWMOA) having published the picture on the "Talelight" final page of the September 2019 issue.
Good times. Good memories.
You have a good eye for composition. Keep sharing please.
Comforting to see the MediVac with no wheels
National forest? Where? I don't see any trees!
By the way, what's the thermos looking thing hanging off your crash bar?
actually, it's called an instruction manual tube. Buy them at your farm supply store.
The old school bus on the Idaho BDR.
She bought the old ambulance from EMS and turned it into a"bunkhouse" that you can stay in, pretty cool really and the local EMS gets some more funding. No frowny face needed there!
That " airplane thing " is a VORTAC as in VHF omnidirectional radio and tactical navigation transmitter unit....
Built to last a long time and work real fine. They will still be functional when the electromagnetic pulses take out the GPS systems prolly ..... or we'll have to dust off the inertial nav systems maybe ....
Always enjoyed tracking VOR's when I was getting my private ticket.
Good mental exercise.......:)
Some waterfall in NJ