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Discussion in 'Photos' started by AlpineGuerrilla, Dec 19, 2012.
North Canol Rd.
Blue Mesa Colorado
Holston River in Knox County,TN
Backwaters of Lake Lanier (Georgia USA), at near-record highs. This is where the Chattahoochee River enters the lake. When the level is low, there is still some flow in the river. We're expecting more heavy rains this week and may very well set a new record.
Not exactly sure of the BRGY name here but this is my O8 WR250, Italian made, Husqvarna. This river is naturally fed and changes its' width and shape after ~every big rain... It does normally have a flat bottom and no big rocks to a crash a bike... It is a very traveled location and I spent time here just watching the locals navigate across it, like their ancestors have been doing for ~hundreds, maybe thousands of yrs? Make no mistake, after big rains it does carry alot of water and is totally impossible to cross unless in a boat. Then the water recedes and the locals find the best place to cross again.
Easy crossing today with the water only about a foot or so deep...
Still relatively safe for all here.
It's actually ~difficult to be alone on Cebu ... People are walking, riding bikes, multi-cabs, and living everywhere here.
That area on the far side might be a hole and allows swimming. Maybe I'll go over there next time and see what that sign says?
Took a ride yesterday around Alabama. We've had a lot of rain and flooding as you can see by the debris piled up around an old bridge structure.
Cherokee Lake in Hawkins County,TN
It was a gorgeous day for a ride along the Pacific Coast Highway from Oceanside down to La Jolla... sunny and 68℉...
I like to call this one,, "arctic ocean".