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Discussion in 'Photos' started by flingshot, Jul 8, 2009.
Just below Grey Creek Pass, BC
Western Queensland outback
Mud Meadow Reservoir, Soldier Meadows Road, Black Rock Desert, Nevada.
Along Shafer Creek near Horseshoe Bend, Idaho.
Along Yankee Fork of the Salmon River near Custer Ghost Town, Idaho
Black Forest, Germany. There was a brewery next to the campsite, couldn't be bether
Getting away from the crowds, wild camping in the Pyrennes with the Yamaha BW 200
I remember spending time in the Black Forest during a military exercise around '77. I heard a real Cuckoo in the forest for the first time. Sounds just like the clock. I didn't even know it was a real bird at the time. Thought someone was signaling for an attack. I was kinda of young then.
Zona del Silencio : Durango / Chihuahua / Coahuila. México.
Lassen National Park
Oregon bdr over the last 5 days. Some great spots. 1100 miles in 5 days.
WV has bikes worth of wilderness to roam
Camping in a stream bed seem a little risky to me, especially when you consider the size of the bridge opening. They don't build bridges big unless there's a need to do so.
Absolutely what I was thinking. It is clear that the rock they were on was periodically scrubbed by the water at high water times. And that high water could have been created many miles upstream or in the mountains. Beautiful spot but clearly not somewhere I would have camped. Glad they had no issues.
Mt grandmother lived in the Black Forest area. We visited for a summer when i was 7. I thought cuckoos were noises from a clock, and when we went camping i thought my aunt was playing games with us. I was sure it was my aunt. Nothing could convince me otherwise. There is more. One night we camped beside these 5 or 6 foot tall pyramid shaped concrete things. A long row of them. My aunt said they were "dragon's teeth." I knew that was BS. Decades later I asked my dad. Turns out we were camped along side the Siegfried Line. And heard cuckoos.