A long, straight, flat road with a wall of trees on each side, and a logging truck.
And the piney woods off in the distance. Some of the most pleasant riding I’ve had on this tour.
Puerile, I know, but this road name cracked me up
This was actually the second big trike I saw today—I think the other was based on a Gold Wing. This was a Victory, and appeared to be 100% custom, including the V-twin engine.
This picture doesn’t begin to do it justice, but I consider this one of the prettiest spots in
The climb to get here was arduous; the descent was a lot more fun
This is the shredded tire that caused me to take a premature break in my tour. Not normal.
Gwen calls this the reverse hippy neck.
The one interesting thing I saw today.
I’m pretty sure they mean something other than what I think of when I think of movies at the Alamo Village
I don’t know much about geology, but I do know that the way blasting has exposed these strata pushed perpendicular is pretty cool
The blonde woman toward the back, Phyllis, organizes this twice a year. I just happened to be here on the right day. One of the musicians was local celebrity Bake Turner, who played on the Super Bowl III winning Jets with Joe Namath back in the day.
This was made by Observatory staff fairly recently in a retro style. It’s great. Totally belongs in Rotwang’s lab.