Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Americas' started by blaster11, Oct 20, 2011.
I'm ready to post up my out of Office.........
999 things to get done at work before I go and everyone has questions....
good news is today is going by really fast....bad news, I still have 998 things to get done
(oh well, the three weeks they will have forgotten what I didn't get done? )
you're not gonna finish the 998 if you keep reading ADVrider
Who's reading?...I just look at the pictures
i buy it only for the articles - where have i heard that before?
thanks for the reminder, I forgot about that one....
We had trouble with the route between Sargent and Salida over Marshall Pass. The road was blocked. We rode around and finally found what looked kind of like a mtb track heading in the right direction. About a mile later we came out at the other side of some construction. We still had to go around a gate to make it all the way over the Pass. No other impediments on the Salida side of the pass though the O'Haver Campground was closed for construction (our original camping target for the night) so I'm glad we camped on the Pass. I was surprised no one mentioned that to us at the Tomichi Creek store. Hopefully this is all cleared up when you guys get there.
Hope everyone has a great ride!
Have fun and be safe.
But I have a lot to do because of the three of us in the office I will be out for three weeks and another guy goes in for back surgery on Monday and will be out for 6 weeks.
Ride hard and have fun.
Packed and ready to go. I just hope they don't close down all the public lands out there due to the fire danger.
I wasn't, then Scotty called me up to talk about planning. Now I'm ready to go riding.
Dammit man, I have work to do!
is it time yet ????
Come on now! lets go for 125 pages befoe the trip kicks off...
Couple of shots from the crashbar mounted GoPro using the remote and burst mode.
i will be leaving for family dinner at 1700 and expect to be heading south at 1900
I was in Colorado Springs Tuesday and Wednesday. The Media has blown this out of proportion. Though tragic for the families who lost there home. No one has been hurt and only 34K evacuated with .5M live there. No worries folks... local, State,and Federal doing a good job. Low risk.
I'm sad... want to head South West right now and meet you all in NM.
Nice lights! is that the tube for your catheter I see in the left side of the pic?
it's not blown out of proportion when a friend of nearly 50 years is evacuated and the graphics of the fire are within two miles of his house. if the fire can jump I-25 the 34k will jump to the 100K+.
Input not Output.
I don't need a tube for Output.