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    Quote Originally Posted by dancogan View Post
    And who hasn't marveled at the beauty of a sunrise in the Smokies:
    Me.

    I've never understood the allure of the Great Smokey Mountains. Short round mountains covered with a uniform green blanket. What's the allure, aside from it being wilderness in close proximity to huge numbers of people?

    I much prefer real mountains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OfficerImpersonator View Post
    Me.

    I've never understood the allure of the Great Smokey Mountains. Short round mountains covered with a uniform green blanket. What's the allure, aside from it being wilderness in close proximity to huge numbers of people?
    Now that's just silliness... That is what makes this country so great!

    Variety!

    Go see the country... Then say that!

    Garnet Lake Sunrise.

    View Into Canada.

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    ...And while not represented here...
    Every corner of every state has something to offer and worth seeing.
    All of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grafikfeat View Post
    now that's just silliness... That is what makes this country so great!

    variety!

    go see the country... Then say that!

    ...and while not represented here...
    Every corner of every state has something to offer and worth seeing.
    All of them.
    +1.

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    "Stupidity, if left untreated, is self-correcting."

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    Most beautiflul places I've ever been

    Riding down El Toro Road, in Southern California, in November, to have lunch at Cook's Corner, following my son with my 8 year old granddaughter on the back for her first motorcycle ride. Priceless.
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    The most beautiful places I've been

    My granddaughters first ride.
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    The most beautiful places I've been

    First ride.
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    ...and while still a minor and under adult supervision should be wearing at least a jacket to protect those young arms.
    -Just MHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grafikfeat View Post
    ...and while still a minor and under adult supervision should be wearing at least a jacket to protect those young arms.
    -just mho.

    amen!
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    First Ride

    Thanks for the input. She now has an Olympia jacket and gloves to go with a new Shoei helmet. The ride was impromptu since it was 85 degrees. I can't wait to take her to Telluride on Colorado 145, Ouray, the Million Dollar Highway, Sedona and Jerome on 89A, going through the Four Corners area and the Navajo Nation, Sequoia, Yosemite, you understand. It is still priceless.
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    Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada (2006)



    Sunlight Basin, Wyoming (Cody area, 2006)



    Ouray, Colorado (2009)



    And the Colorado State Forest, State Park (Gould, CO, 2009)



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    Lake Tahoe in September

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    N. Cascades N.P. in July

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