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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by Loose Nut, Nov 4, 2014.
I'm fine with warm and wet just not cold and wet.
It's active but if you liked that do a open house tour at muscatatuck down the road. If they do building tours during it you may get a creepy vibe.
Warn us? I took that as a recommendation. Been disappointed every summer time trip that there wasn't much water in the creeks. We couldn't have asked for a better amount of rain on Thursday night. Just enough to wet the gravel roads so it wasn't too dusty and give us a little bit in the creeks......that made them fun to cross without being too overwhelming challenging
Don't worry I apparently can run pretty fast in riding boots
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I agree water crossings were great, and no dust, I was looking at my bike and riding gear never came home this clean before!!!!
yep thought the same
So much has already been said about this fabulous weekend that it's difficult to add anything meaningful except, "Thank you Mr. & Mrs. LooseNuts, we deeply appreciate your organization and generosity." Here are a few images which I'll remember until the next time. (That's BackRoadNomad riding away in the mist.)
Steve, thanks for posting the boat/bridge in the morning foggy sunrise on the Ohio. Beautiful! I regret not stopping for that pic, but now I have it. Thanks!
BTW, Does anybody have the video of the two 690's crossing the very fast flowing creek with the taped off area on the far bank (Knobby3)? There was a big group there trying to decide if they wanted to make the plunge, said they were waiting for the 690's to show up and cross, which we obligingly did. I got my upsteam side boot wet on that one, luckily it was near the end of Saturday's ride.
Yes, Jefferson Proving Ground gave me the Walking Dead feel. Then thought of all the "special" ordinance that was tested there. Regardless, it was very cool to have gone through there.
Hopefully not too much nuke. That one building with the half domes looked suspicious
To quote Fats Waller, "One never knows, do one."
Thanks so much to Loosenut & everyone involved with helping make this a fantastic ride! Also would like to thank everyone that is willing & able to post all the great pics & videos. Last but not least,thanks to the crew I ride with, without them I wouldn't be doing the kind of riding that is now my favorite. Hope to see everyone at Loosenut 2016.
A few more images...
And why not, one more video...
meanwhile..... back to loosenut ride.
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Indiana Bones brought his Hoosier themed choice ribeyes for dinner on friday night.......not sure how you get your butcher to cut your steaks into Indiana shapes........but they were delicious
prototype testing of the latest skull protection.......
a little pre-LN ride on Friday........Road Dad provided some great tracks for a nice KY & IN tour
Road Dad at the Saturday Knobby 1 Double Ford........Yeeeeeeeehaaaaaaaw!
more double ford crossings.......
Gillihan after the Double Ford
ya got to get up early to have breakfast with Big Dog and Hard Road and still be out on the trail for a beautiful sunrise..........
Big Dog and Hard Road in front of the Schenck Mansion in Vevay - it was really neat that they were having an open house on Sunday......must have heard that we were coming to visit
really neat modern kitchen in the Schenk Mansion that still looks antique
Thomas Gaff's Hillforest Mansion in Aurora
had a great time riding and visiting with you all................can't wait until next year........i'm sure i missed passing out ride stickers to everyone......i am very sorry if i missed you.........if you didn't get a sticker, please PM your address to me and i drop one in the mail for you.
thanks again for riding with us.
So, Mr Bones, your video cannot be watched in Singapore. We don't know why. It could be copyright on the music ... or gratuitous water crossings, gravel, rocks and trees!?!
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If you zoom in you can see some Riff Raff crossing a BRIDGE, I think Harley Riders!!! trying to wheelie... shot pic to soon, RATS!!! PS I am glad other riders shot some great water crossing pics I didnt, now I do,,,, THANKS
couldn't resist.........IndyTimSt gets the photo credit.................friends of BillGo77 provided the photoshop services..........this picture is so much better when you're friends with the subject........