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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by Yossarian™, Mar 8, 2013.
Be there in September, should I survive my summer adventures!
You'll survive just fine. And as Tom Bodette says, "We'll leave the light on for you when you make it to the Ozarks."
Have you headed to Alaska yet? My attempt didn't turn out as planned.
I'm in Alaska now. Crossed from Dawson City to Chicken yesterday.
National Museum of Roller Skating. NW corner of 48th & South Streets in Lincoln.
Oh man, I got sniped by Mr Morris! Rode to Lincoln this morning and was going to take the shot, but I took a wrong turn on the way there and decided that I'd just go to my daughter's place for lunch first. Made me 2 hours late to a 6 week old post. Oh well, good day for a ride!
Sorry about that, Terry! I got tired of seeing that tag (which is about a 3-minute ride from my house) ungrabbed for so long...just had to get it on my way out of town this afternoon. I rode to Columbus to see the "Big Boy" roll into town on its way back to Cheyenne, WY. On the way there and back I got to cruise through one of my favorite riding areas (Butler County) and get another tag in a fading little town. This was probably a hopping place back in its heyday - a ZCBJ Hall.
The metropolis of Abie, NE
This one should be pretty easy, but if not, let me know.
Nice one! I would like to grab it witha existing photo, but won't be back in town for another week yet so don't want to hold up the game.
Baxter Cycle Omaha - with some fellow Distinguished Gentlemen.
If you owned a home with a mortgage in this town, you would literally be under water.
I think I know where that's at - remember seeing it at the kids' cross country meet. But, will I have to pay the 8 bucks for the privilege of being there? Always irked me when we had to pay to watch kids run for 20 minutes...
Do your part for Game & Parks.
Nobody at the gate during the week.
No one is watching that gate anymore this year, get in, get the pic, get out.
....unless there's a CC meet going on. Easy money when a hundred or so parent's show up to watch their kids. Just rubs me the wrong way....
Branched Oak on a blustery day.
A WW2 Army air base.
I should probably add that this is on a couple of miles of easy sandy gravel.
I have ridden there and grabbed that tag several times in my mind's eye. Maybe I'll get there IRL this weekend. Kind of a long haul at this time of year though. By the way - nice Versys 300! How do you like it?
The riding is definitely getting tougher these days. I'm growing quite fond of the X. Kind of dual sport-ish, but a lot more refined. Surprisingly capable on gravel and dirt and able to do about anything on the pavement. Can't wait until it's broken in and I can wring it out to the 12K redline!
Scribner State Airport was built in 1942 as a United States Army Air Forces training airfield. The field's primary mission was to provide aircrew training for B-17 Flying Fortress and B-24 Liberator bomber air crews. In addition, P-47 Thunderbolt fighter pilots completed proficiency training at Scribner before reassignment to the European Theater of Operations. (from Wikipedia)