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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Hayduke, Sep 22, 2006.
RT 28 AKA The Moonshiner near Highlands, NC.
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More WNC from Sunday's ride.
Middle Tennessee last Saturday.
Man, so many beautiful autumn color pics from Tenn. You guys may be able to give Vermont a run for their money. I mean, sure, their skiing is better but for just fall color . . .
My Brother and I a few years ago. I think this was near Telluride, CO.
I forgot to say, that bottom tunnel of trees picture you took while moving is really nice!
Thanks, there are a few places up in Tennessee where there are tunnels of trees like that. There's some good riding there but not as good as around where you are. Maggie Valley is one of my favorite places to base out of and ride. I set up a group ride there in August: https://advrider.com/f/threads/full...the-rocket-city.647784/page-118#post-38254195
Another pic of that same tunnel of trees taken a few seconds later:
I wanted to come on that ride, I followed your thread and saw Jerry was coming. He and I had met a few times. I just figured foolishly that a big Harley wouldn't have been a good bike to bring. Then I saw your photos and realized my fear was unfounded and I should have had more courage to meet up. Next time I'm not missing one of your rides up here if I can help it.
I plan on setting up another ride next based in MV next August. I'll let you know. I hope you can join us.
Please do, and thank you.
Tellico Road in the Nantahala area of western NC
The wife and I last weekend in Spring Branch, TX. You really have to search in our area to find Fall colors.
Out-bloomin’ standing shots, esp the big GS.
Here’s a few from yesterday .....
With the exception of the huge loss of daylight compared to early summer, I find riding in the fall is far and away preferable to riding in the other seasons. The temperature and the colours are perfect.
Maybe the fact that within weeks the sunshine will be replaced by weeks of rain and a bit of snow (or lots of snow, depending on where in the country you live), causes me to savour the rides more at this time of year.
I know one thing, I've never once arrived home earlier than the estimated time I told my wife I'd arrive at ...
I'd love to join you as well if you do it.
Next year I will plan it months in advance unlike this year.
This is gonna be good!
Governors Hwy, NH