This would be my second weekend of riding on my Ulysses in August 2009. I had added the Ourdoorsman Bags since the last trip to the Adirondack's. My Brother live in Azilda Ontario, just outside of Sudbury on a lake. Perfect for him as he's an avid hunter , fisherman, boater, snowmobiler and biker. The plan was to meet up with him on Friday, ride all day Saturday in the bush and then boot it home on Sunday. I live about 5 hours drive south of Sudbury. The snowmobile trails would prove to be a real test for man and machine. As usual I avoided major highways on the way up. This was the first time I had an opportunity to get close to one of these. Kind of freaks you out when your directly below it. You'll notice the Outdoorsman Bags, made by H&B have a nice tough surface. You need to ride at least an hour north from where I live, to start getting some decent roads. I forget the name of this town, but this ferry on rails transports the large boats across the road into the lake. A little further north and the rocks start to appear, lots of inukshuks on the sides of the road I took a few detours here and there just to see where they went. And finally the fire road leading to my brothers property Some of my Brothers stuff And his wife coming home from work So after a long days ride, I'm looking forward to relax with a beer, but my bro is eager to ride and give me a little taste of whats to come the next day, so off we go for a little tour. Moose Poop This bridge wasn't made with the front motorcycle tire in mind The ride tomorrow was going to be a little bit longer wetter and tougher.