HI All, I thought I would post some pics of the stompin grounds in South East Idaho. This is just a little chunk of the 40,000 miles of dirt road in Idaho. I started in Idaho Falls, then went SE through Bone to Grays Lake. From there I went east to Freedom WY, north to Alpine, WY then back west through Palisades to Idaho Falls. Bike is a Yamaha Super Tenere 1200, which i just rode home from Washinton, D.C. Motorcycle/rock chuck hunting. I just broke down the AR and stuffed it in the rear bag, then reassembled and shot 7 rock chucks, and another 4 with the Glock. Motorcycle hunting is awesome. Grays Lake, ID. It is more like a marsh. Mt. Caribou near Grays Lake. Seagulls eating vermin after disking. Idaho Highway 34 near Grays Lake, ID. Freedom, WY. McCoy Creek Rd, Palisades, ID. At the top of Jensen Creek Rd., Palisades, ID. This road was actually closed, but there was enough room to sneak around the edge of the fence. I met this guy at the top of the Jensen Creek Rd. He asked me if the road closed barricade was passable on the east end. I said it was, and he told me the west end was a little tight but doable. Nice fellow from Jackson, WY. He raved about the roads in Mackey, ID. It looks tighter in real life. Sort of a chore to get around with the Tenere. Palisades Reservior, ID. Snake River in Irwin, ID. Tex Creek, ID. Soft grippy dirt made for some 70 mph riding. Lots of fun. No gravel, just dirt. Ririe, ID in the Big Hole Mtns, west of the Tetons. I went everywhere the little 200's went, and faster. I wish I would have taken some pics of the gnarly stuff the big Tenere was conquering. Crooked steep 4 wheeler trails with snow and mud and rain ruts; the Tenere gobbled it up, and I was leaving the little 200's in the dust. I'm still amazed at what the Tenere can handle. The other guys (dad and friends) were astonished. Taking a break.