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    Name that Road

    I had this idea while killing some time in the garage the other day:
    I'll post a photo of a road I've ridden and see how many people can ID the road.
    Let's see where this goes.
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    Interstate 70 through Kansas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 460Jetboat View Post
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    Interstate 70 through Kansas!

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    What a great idea for a fun thread. It is amazing the ideas that come out of our garage dens.
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    May I play? How about this one?



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    OR 3 and WA 129 descending northbound into Asotin and Clarkston WA, with the Columbia River beyond. A fabulous road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbrick View Post
    OR 3 and WA 129 descending northbound into Asotin and Clarkston WA, with the Snake River beyond. A fabulous road.
    There, fixed (Excellent guess and supurb road)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob_M View Post
    There, fixed (Excellent guess and supurb road)
    You're exactly right, on both counts!
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    That didn't take long!

    dbrick: you're probably correct on the route numbers but I know it as Lewiston Hill Road. I was on my way to the Oregon Rally last July riding from Ontario via Alberta, B.C. and Idaho when I first saw this road quite by chance. There was a rest area and when I approached the sign to read it, I saw below this magnificent ribbon of pavement.
    After riding down and back up, twice, I was on my way.
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    Voni:

    My best guess would be the Big Bend area of southern Texas.
    Awesome riding and outrageous scenery, I was through the area in 1999 the year after I got my first BMW, an 100 RT. The road along the river to Presidio was especially "entertaining".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet View Post
    My best guess would be the Big Bend area of southern Texas.
    Awesome riding and outrageous scenery, I was through the area in 1999 the year after I got my first BMW, an 100 RT. The road along the river to Presidio was especially "entertaining".
    It is! In the National Park at Soltol Vista at sunset. Gorgeous!

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    How about this one...

    And no, it's not I-70 through Kansas!
    But I'll bet some wish that it was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullet View Post
    And no, it's not I-70 through Kansas!
    But I'll bet some wish that it was.
    US24 north of I-70 through Kansas?
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