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Discussion in 'Canada' started by 1200GSCanuck, Aug 25, 2011.
When was that?
I am thinking 72 0r 73, lived in Summerland and the uncle took me up there fishing.
was pretty knee high then.
I thought this was name that road, not name that lock???
It's the "H2O Highway".
That's the one.
Nope that's lower and closer to town.
I learned to ride on this one, stoopit fun.
Mcqueen, Lac Du bois??
man its been years since I played up there to.
Nope, and nope.
any roads farther up and I will be in 100 mile house!!!
That road (Hwy 18) continued on with a few signs that said broken road, but it was puck sized gravel (okay maybe marble), but made for an interesting 60k or so to Estevan. Was it fixed up by the time you got there?
Southern Saskatchewan is beautiful
It was pretty broken up back in '07 when I took that pic and it was broken up even worse last month. I love Southern Saskatchewan.
Worst prairie road was 501 across Alberta. I think they source their road gravel from an ancient river bed. It's the size and shape of marbles, polished smooth by centuries of current.
And they must have a mandate to use a minimum amount every year or they can't get more the next. The marbles were 5 to 6 inches deep along some sections of 501. Took me over three hours to cover one 100km stretch riding in the grass beside the road, the gravel was unrideable. Wouldn't even want to try driving a truck in that stuff. Only passed one other vehicle using the road and I crossed half or Alberta on it.
Should be easy, fairly popular mountain.
Hint: not in BC, I like egg rolls
And one from the other side of the country
↑ Cracked Rib Crossroads?
Nope, much more north than that. As north as you can get on the east side of this continent