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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Tarmac Kid, Jan 21, 2014.
On Hwy 63 in Hancock County overlooking Sneedville,TN.
A few of us left out Friday morning for a weekend trip to my place in Alpine. Hit some gravel in Mason meeting the guys.
Breakfast stop in Miflin. Break time in Coble. We rode through Santa Fe and had to stop at Fly’s store. This place was featured on TN crossroads. I told Charlie he’s a celebrity lol
The KTM peeled off at Fly’s and went to Sloan’s for a rear tire. He was not going to make 3 days of hard riding. From Fly’s we went up Leipers creek to Bear Creek then down to Thompson station. Big $ in that area.
Caney fork store. First time my buddy rode 96. We hit it on the Saturday loop and Sunday return trip. I highly recommend the Steel Coop in Livingston for good food!
Saturday breakfast at West Fork store. Forbus store in Pall Mall then a loop up Caney Creek into KY. Last pic is Byrdstown after the roller coaster 325 through Moodeyville
Wet Mill Creek under 52 popped out south of Celina on 53. Goat trail but really cool road. Through Whitleyville down to Cordell Hull
My buddy had his drone, takes good pics! Hit Cummins falls yesterday, then good lunch in Bell Buckle. Back to the flatlands. Ended up with 1,112 miles
Breakfast run from East Port Marina this morning
A continuation of @oldskool63 post from above. Little round tripper to Alpine, TN and back to NoMS.
Up to the Danville Ferry, over to Alpine, back down to Center Hill Dam and a little Natchez Trace Pkwy to Pickwick Dam.
Fun ride to Annies Country store (as seen on the Homestead Rescue show)...normally open Wed-Sunday but closed today...met the daughter though...she was very nice and asked me if I was lost?! I said no, I meant to come here! Had a guard goat outside but I didn’t get his picture...he didn’t look too friendly!...KLR turned over 33,000 miles on this ride...
I thought goats and KLR’s were related?
We honestly call my buddy's KLR "Da Goat"
Myself and several friends all have them, and I gotta say, for my budget, if I could only have one bike, my green KLR is completely safe. I have no plans of ever getting rid of it, but rather continuing to modify and improve it. Mine has about 33k on it as well, and has seen a lot of spectacular places, and about 30 different states.
It is a near perfect bike for TN with so many types of roads.
I agree...I own three bikes that cover all types of East TN riding, but if I could have only one it would definitely be the KLR...cheap to buy...cheap and easy to maintain...fun for the dollar ratio is high...
Got up into Tennessee for a while today.
Starting to see just a hint of color here in East TN...but mostly just HOT and dry right now...
I'll keep the hot and dry as long as it wants to stay. I'm not ready for cold and wet. All my hobbies are outside kinda hobbies and cold/wet kinda ruins it. Maybe I should move to New Mexico....
I spent plenty of time in NM...definitely hot and dry there...cold and dry too!