WARPED VII - The Ride Report(s)

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Y E T I, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. Baja Ho

    Baja Ho Momentum is your friend

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    Yes Suz
    +4 on the Vid's, great job.
  2. Super Suz

    Super Suz N00b with B00b

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    When we got to Beatty, we stayed at the hot springs camp five or six miles north of Beaty called Bailey's Hot Springs. There you will find three enclosed soaks of hotter, hot, and warm. The bathrooms are clean and there is a grassy area for tents. It was about ten bucks a night, I think.
    Ho, do you have the pic of the soak shed?

    Three things about Beaty:
    1. The good Mexican restaurant appears to have been closed for good.
    2. There's a really great military ammo canister / container place on the north end of 95 that would be worth checking out if you like that kind of stuff. All sizes, extra large and small.
    3. The gas station at the casino has handy air and water lines right there at the gas pump, just like the good ol'days. Free and strong too.

    We took a truck into town for dinner at the Casino. I had liver and onions, a hard organ to find on a menu these days. Ho, you have the pics?

    On this trip, we talked a great deal about the road reports of Larry Boy. Baja Ho, being a huge fan, remembered that he stays at the Pheonix Inn, that Jetsons Motel that has charm and fun that a Beaty fleabarn should have. We wanted to check it out for ourselves. When we arrived, we saw an awesome looking sidecar moto and quickly ID'd it to be BeemChef's home on wheels. He saw us gawking at the bike and sneeking a pic in front of it (Ho, you have that pic too) so he came out to chat a bit. I said, "Hi. I'm Super Suz". And his reply was, "And"? He'd just come out of the Goldfield area and it's somewhere piosted in here, I think. http://bmwdog.com/. Anyway, a really down to earth man.

    We took a ride through Titus before parting ways, me going to help out my dad in Vegas. I didn't take good vids or pics since my camera ran out of memory on the narrow canyon stuff. So if anyone has any substitute pics, (hint hint, Ho), then please post some.

    Hey, I just figured out that I need to take a sticker and put it right where my helmet says "Simpson", putting an upside down" Super Suz Channel":lol3:lol3:lol3

    To all the gnarly riders who posted on this report, you guys are good riders! Cool thing is, all types of riders were at this rally and I think most of us had a good time too. Thanks again for the swanky t shirt and the fun!
  3. Baja Ho

    Baja Ho Momentum is your friend

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    Hi Suz
    I waited until I got to Mexico to down load my pictures, so they are not on the internet and was Just informed that between our old laptop and the big files that it's way slooow down here. Sorry will need to wait until Friday to put up some picks.
  4. RAZR

    RAZR u may run the risks my friend but I do the cutting

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  5. RAZR

    RAZR u may run the risks my friend but I do the cutting

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  6. RAZR

    RAZR u may run the risks my friend but I do the cutting

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