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Discussion in 'Photos' started by MiteyF, Sep 11, 2011.
Sand Flats Road, Moab. [paved] That's my totally awesome boy.
When I rode Sand Flats Rd there were an abundance of drifting tracks from sxs in the curves--blind curves too. It was the blind curves that had me on alert.
Skyline Ridge Road, SE Idaho.
We went thru in Nov17 and it was one way.
This is toad road, it takes you through Jucar canyons (spain)
This is very high on my target list. I'm just looking for a 3 day weekend needed to loop it from San Diego. Thanks for the pic!!
awesome, that's a great pic!
Going north on Hwy. 296 over Dead Indian Overlook, Wyoming..
Do you have a problem with Native American people? It's called Chief Joseph pass not dead Indian pass!!
You're right..it's the Dead Indian Overlook..I guess I just remembered it by what I read..
My apologies..I have no problem with Native American People..I'll try and be more accurate with my descriptions..I was just going from memory, I should have checked before I posted.
Apology accepted I some time over react because to me it sounds offensive, I know it say's that on the marker it still sounds bad great pic though thanks
If our Native friends could have named that pass, what would they have come up with? Heartbroken Pass maybe, Persecuted Pass, how about "White Hegemony Pass"?
The story on that plaque is heartbreaking. I know that the Natives could also be vicious towards each other too, but at least they were equal foe.
Ok now let the comments fly....
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... or . . . start a different thread. I like this one just the way it is.
Going back to 2014AUG and a ride through the Colorado National Monument in Grand Junction, CO. It's one of those rides where there is a spectacular view around every curve. Stop, take a picture, maybe get off the bike and take a picture. I rode both directions and not disappointed.
Off the Blue Ridge Parkway.
It is definitely worth the trip! I'd recommend starting at the south end and heading north. I did the opposite, so it was freezing cold in Alpine in the morning and then over 90F in Morenci in the afternoon.
Gateway road and John Brown Canyon.
Oak Creek Canyon AZ.
Hwy 12 UT.