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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Blinkerfluid, Feb 1, 2009.
Had L.P. been down here a few days ago, I would have delivered him to Maryland. But, he’ll need to settle for The Roads to Nowhere in Smokey Mountains National Park.
He is to the right of the barricade, under leaves, behind the third rock.
He is chilling to Ozzy.
General Info: https://www.greatsmokies.com/road-nowhere/
Oh, last time I picked him up he had a note with him explaining the game and who he is and to please not disturb him unless playing the game. The note has been lost.
If you are going to get him, please supply a new note.
When we last saw him in Florida, he still had the note with him, and was in a tupperwear type container to keep everything dry. Is that not the case now?
When I picked him up in Florida - inside of Tupperware was soaked and paper was mush. Dried everything out and replaced the ziploc bag, but couldn’t save the note.
I apologize if I was not clear where this place is, so here is a google link.
Road to Nowhere Tunnel
He is still in the plastic container and in a ziplock. Just missing the note.
Where is the egg?
Under the red arrow in the picture.
Eggy went AWOL several months ago. Back in April-2019 now that I have a look. Replaced by 'Luis #3' and then later sorta/kinda renamed 'Paulo #8' in memory of Paulo Gonçalves who died in this year's Dakar Rally. We now typically refer to him as Luis/Paulo but it's still the same little moto dude.
Nice to see L/P back on the move!
Just talked to L/P a while ago. Said it was too rainy so I GRABED him . Will dry him out for a day or two before we go looking for another abode.
How’s L/P doing?
Any updates on the new location?
Sorry for the delay. It appears that the rain we rode in has reaked havoc on my phone and I am trying to retrieve the pics that are still on my phone. Please bear with me.
After a long and very wet ride, Louis said he was very tired and needed to rest so I found him a nice dry place to stay for a while.
Off in the distance you can see a black bike parked at a gate. Sorry could not retrieve a closer pic.
There is a small forked maple tree on the left just past the gate.
Louis is resting at the base of the tree covered with rocks and leafs. Caution ground is loose and rocky.
And finally for the parting shot , I say fairwell to my little riding buddy till next time.
Ahhh... Hungry mother... Love the place, haven't been there in a while.