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#971934 - 09/29/16 10:09 PM Re: Torrey Check In [Re: EffBee]  
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Originally Posted By: EffBee
.... If you weren't there, you missed out.


Yeah, I know! frown


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#971985 - 09/30/16 06:16 PM Re: Torrey Check In [Re: EffBee]  
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Originally Posted By: EffBee


By Monday night, the lone stragglers were in Salida at Whipville North, joined by Bill Ferran (Roadscholar), who's working on some kind of project that consistently forces him to ride off-road in some of the country's most scenic locales. How he suffers for his work! The hospitality in Salida was incredible, the laughter reverberating, and Lady Louise cooked up a superb!!! dinner for six that included a triple-serving Spinach dish. Yum!


A tough job but somebody has to do it. smile


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#972076 - 10/02/16 09:01 PM Re: Torrey Check In [Re: EffBee]  
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Torrey has always been a special place for its tranquility and the abundance of great roads and world-class scenery. But mostly, for the friends, old and new, who travel to gather there. This one was no exception.


+1 What Fernando mentioned is so true.

A few photos from last weekend...

Went for a short hike Saturday morning with David, Hickman Bridge Trail. Only 2 plus miles up and down. Worth the views.













Whip mentioned the Gooseberry-Fremont Road was newly paved and opened from the Johnson Valley Reservoir to I-70.
On Saturday afternoon I rode over only to find out a low cloud cover and slush/ice on the road up near Mt. Terrill (11,547').
The cold o-meter went off on the bike and snow flake icon went on blinking. I turned around...





On Sunday morning rode over to Hanksville via. 24. through Capitol Reef National Park. Love that rode, despite the occasional RV.
Only stopped to take a photo of the Behunin Cabin, 13' x 16.5'. Hard to imagine 13 kids with 2 adults occupied it.




Later on in the afternoon I decided to try the Goosberry-Fremont again. It was warmer and the skies were clear.
The intention was to go over to I-70 then continue back on Sweeper Madness (hwy72) It worked out. 145 mile loop. Great loop!! Thanks Whip!




View of Zedds Meadow




It was a great weekend!
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#972401 - 10/08/16 03:53 AM Re: Torrey Check In [Re: LBump]  
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Great pix. Thanks.


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#972413 - 10/08/16 01:43 PM Re: Torrey Check In [Re: LBump]  
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The last two pics are particularly beautiful, Larry! thumbsup The river looks like a road course designed by nature! clap


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#972593 - 10/10/16 09:33 PM Re: Torrey Check In [Re: ArizonaAl]  
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Wow Larry, GREAT PICS.


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#973460 - 10/23/16 04:51 AM Re: Torrey Check In [Re: longjohn]  
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Thanks Al, Pat and John. In hindsight, I think the photos weren't posted correctly. I just put them in the Check In post and not in a separate post.

Pat, next time you're out this way make sure you ride this road.
It makes a really good Torrey loop.

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#973513 - 10/24/16 12:22 AM Re: Torrey Check In [Re: LBump]  
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Great pictures Larry! Thanks for posting them - I need to get back to Torrey again sometime soon!


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