Discussion in 'Ride Reports & Photos' started by murph, Oct 28, 2013.
Not today(sunday). Kept an eye out for you yesterday...
You'll see why soon...
Out for an early morning run around the Port aux Port Peninsula
No traffic. Beauty day...
Stop at restaurant for bowl of pea soup
Good on ya!
Nice pics Rick! Any clues about the painted rocks?
Not sure what the story is. They've been there for a long time
I meant the ones on Damos Barter's lawn. LOL
Don't recall seeing the ones above, they on the Port aux Port? They look like the hoodoos here in the Okanagan only whiter.
They been there a while as well in the town of Mainland.
Yesterday we went for only my second ride of the season. In an effort to not overextend ourselves we went and had a picnic at the Narrows Lock. It being a National Park site the bathroom is open
The route took us down the Old Kingston Road (sandy) and then we came back through Murphy's Point Provincial Park, a recently paved very hilly twisty road. A whopping 175kms.
I was inspired to dig out my RTR t-shirt with this ride report in mind.
Beauty shot and spot.
If I’m not mistaken, that’s a seam of gypsum that runs through the area. Similar to the flat Bay Area across the Bay by the TCH
There is that word again! I never, ever, ever heard this word before in my life and this is now the third time today!
Hoodoos or Damos Batters????
Nice looking little bike there Stephanie, looks like you're ready to go racing again. That shot is a little different than this one of yesteryear.
Those were the days! That little Dresda Trident I'm standing beside was about the same physical size as the R3 is. About 60 lbs heavier though, having that wonderful Triumph 750 triple in it. Total blast to ride to, a 52 inch wheelbase and it would turn on a dime.
I should start a thread with the Tale of the Dresda sometime. The build was.... interesting.
That'd be really interesting to follow. It was years before I figured out where "Dresda" came from.
She had to tell me where it came from.
Ahhhhh.... Drumheller Valley......
Can get pretty warm in Drumheller. Cool inside tho...
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