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Discussion in 'Photos' started by flingshot, Jul 8, 2009.
Pines campground in the GW national forest. Think this is Va but might be W Va Three days of riding in the rain. Pleased to find the Wally world tent mentioned in a previous post is weather- worthy. Paved road (617?) all the way to the campground, so the Pacific Coast was happy.
Talimena State Park, OK
Smokey Mountain 500 at Two Wheels of Suches
Great place, camped at site 19 about a week ago.
I've been camping last weekend. Went to France, had a blast!
Cooking on my Optimus from the 60's
I like living the life of a mobile hobo. I've just bought this BSA, the seller suggested I freight the bike home, it's 50 years old he said. What, and miss out on a 3 day ride ! Camping on the side of the road for free is a bonus.
1st night, just south of Casino NSW.
2nd night at a rest area north of Dubbo, this spot had a couple of modern conveniences, a table and toilet.
3rd night between Wodonga and Yackandanda, I found this spot in the moonlight, no thanks to the headlight, it's like a candle in the wind.
UPDATE: I've just ordered a LED headlight globe.
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Camping with the Ural
Not a tent but...
Did you actually sleep in that tent-shaped pile of sticks? Could the contrast be any greater from NY NY?
I have that little Wally World tent...easiest setup of anything I ever owned. I'd hate to be stuck in it all day in the rain though.
Me too. That's why I always carry my blue rain fly.
Beauty. That's my preferred camping style as well.
My concern is not being able to sit up in it, but I use the blue fly, too.
Willis Campground on The Barry Way. Pretty warm and dusty, but the river was just behind the scrub.
Smoky Mountains NC
Camp Wawbeek - Wisconsin Dells, WI
Just back from a week trip up to Lassen NP. Carried my tent but never pulled it out. Hammock set up kept me warm even in the low 30's most nights. These are a couple of wild camps.
Near Mammoth, CA.
Antelope Lake. This is a small inlet. There is no develepment on the lake and the campsites were all closed for the winter. The nearest person was probably at least 15 miles in any direction.
Northern Alberta, Canada.