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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by C Squared, Apr 18, 2009.
Are hints needed?
nope, i will go looking as soon as i finish my coffee, about 120miles from my house.
this is for Wisconsin. FIBS stay home.
BTW, when was that picture taken? It sure wasn't yesterday. There are WAY too many leaves on the trees for it to be a recent photo.
When are you guys going to come back to the Madison area so I can get some of these! I can't be heading 100 miles north for a photo!
I wasn't complaining, just curious.
I work in WI (like 3x / month) and WI is my tax state - don't start with me Herr Freeflow!
Exif data sez June 15, 2008. Seems about right.
If the weather were a little nicer and I had more free time, I'd make the 100 mile ride for sure. I gotta get in on this tag business.
And, the race is on...
Damn, I'll be in MKE tomorrow but I won't have my bike. I could totally tag that. It's the smallest park in Milwaukee, ya know.
thats correct. smallest park in milwaukee
When didja pick up the DR? Like it?
If I take one in my news truck at that park tomorrow would it count?
No doubt,, with rain in the forecast for tomorrow i'm tempted to say screw it and ride in to work real early and tag it anyway.
Problem is i have no way to load the picture once i get it, so it wouldnt be posted until tomorow night anyway.
its ok, i sold/trded my klr for $1500 and a ktm duke, then sold the duke and bought that beauty for $500. today was the longest trip so far on it, they are really smooth and more fun than a klr...but just as ugly
fwiw wants to trade yellow for blue in WI.
Stewart J. Cort
-1st 1000' ship on the Great Lakes
-1st load was about 50,000 tons of taconite (about 20,000 tons more than the previous record)
-The front and rear of the ship were built in Mississippi in the 1970s
-When the stubby ship got onto the great lakes it had to be cut apart ("cut here" instructions were on the hull) so the 818' mid section could be installed in a Pennsylvania shipyard.
-Made a regular run between the ore docks in Superior and a steel mill in Indiana
-Might be pretty idle right now as are many ships on the Great Lakes with the down turn in the economy
This is what it looked like before they cut it in half and slipped in the 818' mid-section.