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    I Used to Be Someone sheridesabeemer's Avatar
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    Just a grey day around here...

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    from today's ride

    A Ride in the foothills west of Denver

    more in my blog below...
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    Today's ride

    A ride out to the desert, testing out a route for an upcoming club ride. Tons of people were out enjoying the fresh crop of desert wildflowers. Took the long way home. 240 miles. Hot in the desert (85) dropping to 60*F at the top of the mountain (more or less Julien) and back to 72 just before hitting home.

    And the wild flowers were worth it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by co_g30 View Post
    A Ride in the foothills west of Denver

    more in my blog below...
    Been a while (last summer) but that looks like the parking lot at Red Rocks IIRC.

    You are so lucky to live there.
    I used to post here, but now I don't.

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    Here's my buddy Brad cruising the 138 outside of Gorman on our way to the Rock Inn yesterday.

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    Maple Buckets and Motorcycles

    This is Xaque as we were leaving breakfast at Parker's Maple Barn, Mason, NH today.

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    Todays Ride

    Parking at Borrego Springs State Park Visitor Center. Short sleeve warm!
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    Just joined today, bought my first BMW about a month ago, what a lovely ride. Here's a picture at a municipal lake from this evening.


    =w=
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    Quote Originally Posted by wessabi View Post
    Just joined today, bought my first BMW about a month ago, what a lovely ride. Here's a picture at a municipal lake from this evening.


    =w=
    i've seen the GS PDs in some interesting color schemes, but that one takes the cake.

    welcome aboard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubbaZanetti View Post
    i've seen the GS PDs in some interesting color schemes, but that one takes the cake.

    welcome aboard!
    Wish it were a PD, but its just the standard GS. thanks!

    =w=

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    Wickliffe Ky, close to the confluence of the Mississippi and Ohio river. The cross which sits on the river bluffs, 90 ft tall, serves as a beacon for the hundreds of tows, and the thousands of men and women, that ply the two rivers.
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    In 1780 during the Revolutionary War, General George Rogers Clark established Fort Jefferson on a hill overlooking the Mississippi River one mile south of present-day Wickliffe. The fort was intended to protect what was then the western boundary of the infant United States from raids by the British Army and Native Americans. It was abandoned in 1781 after a siege by the Chickasaw.

    The site later served as a Union Army post during the American Civil War. General Ulysses S. Grant directed a demonstration against the Confederate-held position at Columbus, Kentucky, in January 1862. Troops from the post joined in capturing Fort Henry in February 1862. It served as a Union supply post for operations in the western theater of the war.

    A 90-foot tall cross, the Fort Jefferson Memorial Cross at the Confluence, was completed in 2000 on Fort Jefferson hill.
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    Took a quick ride between laundry loads as the Sun was out for a day in Seattle!

    Just a quick jaunt up to Skykomish, WA... An old railroad town.
    Images below are taken in the front of and the side of the Skykomish Hotel...
    Closed for many years... I understand it was for sale to be torn down. For a recycler there are some great ornate wood items in there... All "Old Growth" too. Beams, flooring, etc.

    -Anyway-

    I ride to work year round and I've been on the 2 wheeler for a bit so I ran the hack just to give it some fresh air! Twas a nice hour plus ride.

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    One more cup will get us home.

    Here we are at the Williamstown, MA DD's. We left Niagara Falls 10 hours ago and have two more hours to get home.

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    Quail Valley Bound

    Stretch stop at a pullout on Sr-74 just to the east of Hemet Ca. Fun road!
    This is the last ride of the season for us down here in the desert. Packing up to go north tomorrow or Thursday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grafikfeat View Post
    Took a quick ride between laundry loads as the Sun was out for a day in Seattle!


    Timeless
    I really this one, I take it it is a crop of the first one? The grain of the building really adds rather than detracts as it gives the building an "old time" look that is in keeping with the wooden structure and the contrast of the modern machine in much sharper details again adds to the overall effect and heightens the contrast of new and old.

    RM

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