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The Hondaf4iguy Picture challenge......

I am setting a personal goal and giving others an opportunity to join in.

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Must take one picture somewhere away from home and post it here.
I will ride my bike to the location for the picture and post it back here in this thread. I will give the location and distance from my home.

Everyone else is welcome to participate as well, this will more or less be a sharing thread. Somewhere to post pictures with out going into ride report details. Just try and do it weekly. Force yourself on the bike to ride. Force yourself to get off the bike and actually appreciate the surroundings.

I am going to get a picture tomorrow... no idea where from.

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Sounds great!
I think I will try to take two pictures.
One with Jetblasts favorite angle, and then one just in general.

this is just for example, from Simpson and my Skyline trip.

Jetblast's shot.


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I'm game...we just returned from a 215 mile ride today, here's one of my favorite shots.

Sunday 7/6/08, 3:30pm. Hwy 45 near Bloomington, IN, approx 75 miles from home. 9'er and Lil' Yellow Hornet against a perfect Indiana backdrop.


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These shots were taken below Simspons shot. This was the abandoned/blocked off road to get to the water.

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These are from a ride a couple weeks ago, up by Carter lake. I actually took the camera with on a ride to Estes park yesterday, but got caught in a downpour so didnt snap any pics



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my sad contribution for the day.
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Morrow Mountain approx. 70 miles from home



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I have risen to your challenge F4i.

This is my new "favorite" little spot. Not too terribly far from home, maybe 25 miles......But about 10 miles away from anything paved, the way I get there.

Pretty little spot on the back side of Atsion Lake.


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OK, week #2 for me.



Simpson and I ran out to the Dismal Swamp Trail.
The bear marks the north end.

read about it here if interested.
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Del-water Gap

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I little trip I took over the weekend. It's at the Del-water Gap between NJ and Pen. Not what most people think of when they think of N.J.

One of the 2 mountains that bookend the Gap.


The other side


The view between.



The river runs through it

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I took a walk through there in 2005. Part of a long...long...long .....long walk.

Have any other W/T's out there made that walk?


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You walked the AT? Nice how long did it take you?

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Ok, here's my contribution. Taken yesterday after work. It is a trail that runs through the woods next to my office and opens up into a powerline road. I love my KLR!



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I rode to the NC Zoological park last sunday... 150 mi round trip. Took a pic on my phone, but it's trapped there until my laptop bluetooth starts working again. I'll post it up when it starts working again. BTW, I LOVE the ride up to morrow mtn. park. Makes for a long day-trip if you're not with another biker... IE Weird to have a friend follow you in a car. Except when my buddy took the Kayaks and we tooled around Lake Tillery for a few hours before heading home, then decided instead to camp. Then it rained on us. Oh well. I'll post up that pic when I get the computer fixed.

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North Carolina Zoological Park

Okay, got it fixed. NC Zoological park. Rolled up on the sidewalk to take the pic of course. If you look close, you can see me taking the picture in the window. Next weekend I think I'll got to Morrow mtn... But there's a lot of other things to look at too! I will also post updates of my upgrades soon too. At least, when all the parts come in. Be safe.
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Just a parking lot shot at my office, but here's my pic of the day from Ride to Work Day...hey at least I had a camera and took a picture, right?


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Here's my trip to work a couple of days ago. I park next to the building and coworker just bought a moped, and parked next to me.
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here is my trip today it was about 50 miles from home and has a small bit of twistie's, but not enough so just had to go through several times.
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Brevity inspired me to do a little offroading, got this pic next to the mississippi river. (crappy cell phone pic, wish I had brought my real camera.)
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The new ride next to Hinkle Fieldhouse, home of the Butler Bulldogs and setting of the movie "Hoosiers". About 7 blocks from home.


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20 minutes from the house...
Lotus Gardens, Virginia Beach.
No real good pics of the bikes, but a pic of the surrounding "vegitation"

Some people will go further than me to get a good picture....
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Some people will go further than me to get a good picture....
And this is the shot I brought home... Little on the fem side for me...
But a cool flower, could not resist. Dang its a hot day out.. 95 and humid.
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I can't even put the scenery into words-


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Ok, I'm game

70 miles from home, yesterday.

Overlooking Longview WA from the OR side



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Sorry I contributed no photo this week. While I was on the road plenty... I never took the time to stop and take a picture.

YUP! THE WHOLE POINT OF THIS THREAD WAS FOR ME TO ACTUALLY STOP AND ENJOY THE SURROUNDINGS...

But when i get rolling, I get too focused on the destination and do not want to stop for anything.

Bad Hondaf4iguy! Bad!

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Lake Champlain in VT. Got 200+ more from our trip so I should probably make a new thread.






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For you flower freaks....this was actually across the road from where I took the bike pic.







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So what's the rule of the day?




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So what's the rule of the day?
I do not understand the rule you are asking about?

Simple rules... try to weekly get a picture of somewhere close to home you have taken the bike. If you get a pic with the bike as well, great.

Since I cannot ride right now... I need to live vicarious through you guys anyway

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Whats the rule of the day ? Cool machine.

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60 miles east of home at Sodus Point, New York. Absolutely perfect day for riding - chores done, temps in the 70's, mostly sunny, light breeze, full tank of gas, happy Bandit, happy rider. The Bandit is very happy to still be in Ken's garage, and so am I. And then got home and got lucky - what a day!




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And then got home and got lucky - what a day!
So you're saying the wife wasnt home yet to see you had been out riding instead of tending your honey-do list?

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So you're saying the wife wasnt home yet to see you had been out riding instead of tending your honey-do list?
Wrong! Got the honey-do list done in the AM, went for a ride, and got home to see her tanning in a bikini in the greenhouse! Did I mention that I love bikinis with those little tie strings?

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Had to go buy a new MC battery, so I took the "Over the mtns and through the sticks route". This is just before I head up Mahan Gap.


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I went to Caesar's Creek State Park yesterday. It's about 1/2 an hour from where I live. This picture is in front of the fossil bed. This is from a website about it: In the process of building a high quality dam at Caesar Creek, the Corps of Engineers created a spillway. The spillway is an area just to the southeast of the dam that has been blasted away to a level 12 feet lower than the top of the dam. This will allow the lake's overflow to run past the dam and not over the top of it and damage it. The spillway, therefore, acts like an emergency valve if the lake level grows to a dangerous height.

The layer of rock exposed by blasting away the hillside is about 450 million years old. At that time, southwest Ohio rested at the bottom of a shallow ocean. The sediment of that sea blanketed the animals that lived on the bottom and with time and pressure, helped preserve their bodies as fossils.

Today, these hardened animals are just lying on the exposed layer of earth in the spillway, waiting to be found. The vast majority of the fossils are brachiopods, or clam like creatures, but there are plenty of bryozoans and corals as well. Less common fossils are the flowerlike fossils called crinoids and gastropods or snails. Most difficult to find are the squids or celphalopods and Ohio's State Fossil, the Isotelus trilobite.

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Fossils may be observed in the spillway at any time but the collection of natural formations is prohibited without the permission of the Corps Engineers. To collect fossils, visitors must first check in at the Corps office or the Visitor Center.



I also went to a park area right near the fossil place. This is part of Ceasar Creek Lake.


This is where I was when I took the above picture. I actually took about a twenty minute nap on the bench on the left before heading for home.

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