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« on: March 04, 2017, 07:56:34 pm »

In April I will be boarding a flight from Phila, Pa to fly to Rapid City to pick up my 2014 Yamaha Super Tenere from a hell of a nice guy, Gregg.  I will be sending out my camping gear early. Here is the list.

Tent
tent footprint
sleeping pad
Sleeping bag
torch
pillow
AXE (hand sized)
yellow blanket
camp stove (wood burn)

I am also sending out these items to set up when I get there:

Heat troller
battery cable for heated jacket
tire inflator
patch kit
cold weather gloves.
100oz. Camelback Mule

Carry on:
Helmet with Sena com
Riding Jacket
Riding Pants
Riding Boots
Minimal clothing (cold weather gear, jeans, shoes)

I intend to ride with Gregg for two days around that beautiful area of SD and then head through the badlands, solo.  Camping the first night on my own at Snake river area campground in Valentine NE. Then to Lake North Campground in NE.  Then on to Thousand Hills State Parks (Petroglyphs) MO.
I originally had plans to visit the various indian mounds that are found through out the midwest to OH, and WV, but my buddy who got wind of my intentions, flagged me for not visiting him this summer when Suey and I travelled to and through New Mexico and back.  He lives in Asheville NC.  I have never technically ridden the wonderful roads so I figured that I would b line it to him after the Petroglyphs and spend some time riding that awesome area for a couple days before returning to my home in south jersey.  I am still researching the stop over to get to Asheville.

Anyway, Stay Tuned.  Any advice, banter, or offers to meet up, post up.  Thanks.
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« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2017, 09:04:50 pm »

Only advice I can give you is to stay flexible on your route and take good wet weather gear.  April is one of those months in the Midwest where you can get all 4 seasons in the same week and can get lots of rain, thunder, lightning, and even tornados one day, and get snow the next day.  Or it could be really really warm.  Just never know what you're going to get.  Travel from Mo to Asheville usually means you will be cutting across either Ky or Tennessee (or both).  They are looooong states going west to east so be prepared for the time you will need to cross them, also keep in mind that in both of them you will changing from central time to eastern time, so you will lose time doing that.
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« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2017, 09:36:26 pm »

Thanks.  Great advice.   Bigok
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« Reply #3 on: March 12, 2017, 02:14:14 pm »

On the super tenure forum someone was selling a SW Motech City tank bag.  It fits the Super Tenere really well.  Tank lock ring.... blah blah blah....
I took a chance and I got it.
It is in great shape.  $270 for a new one.  $120 for me.  Came with the strap and rain cover along with the ring (that is usually sold separately)... So overall, I am very happy.

I really think buying used is a great deal.  
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As I have in my past two bikes with the same Cortech tank bag, I held on to my one of my favorite possessions, used as a good luck charm, if you will..
A note that I have kept since my oldest (soon to be 20 years old) daughter left me this note in my old tank bag when I travelled to Lake placid to meet my buddy (which I wrote about on .net)

I cried like a baby when I took a screen shot and sent it to my daughter reminding her how little she was when she wrote it (2006).  (I have since had to trace the original due to condensation and sun fading it through the years...  Yeah, I'm one of those, cry at the drop of a hat when I see old pics of the girls when they were toddlers and preteens.http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x154/tankheadxb9sx/IMG_20170312_132732_zpsezx2ebgq.jpg
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« Reply #4 on: March 12, 2017, 02:15:53 pm »

Me as well.  Thanks

So as the saying goes, treat people the way you want to be treated, right?
I am a member on the Super Tenere forum.  A guy on the site created a free CAD drawing of stabilizers bars that would attach to the windscreen on the Tenere to stabilize the accessory bar that comes standard 2014-2017.  A brilliant simple design that works and as it was, he had made 20.
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Always late to the party, there were only 50 of them and he was offering them for a measly $20.00.  There were 7 pages on the thread.  As I read through, I realized that most likely there were no more to be had.  Alas, I was out luck, but I noticed that one person on the site posted the following response.:::::



Not to be criticizing the design  O:-)  but a piece of 1/8" x 1/2" is all that is needed to just one of the holes.
The triangulation of support it gives is all that's needed to strengthen the front windshield assy from bouncing around.
My bike is 2012 but the later ones are not that different.

IMHO!  ::014::

I will praise you for getting people to give you money for your design though! I'm all for the Free Enterprise sys!  ::008::


Again, again and again I am amazed that people love to shit all over a thread for whatever reason.  Rolleyes Shrug

So I posted the following:

If you are interested in creating more I would buy one for $25.00.  I am sure others on here would do the same.  Let us know if you plan on making more, I know I WOULD APPRECIATE it.

Great Job,
Chris


In my PM box the next day on the forum was a kind note from the creator of such a great piece of kit.  He appreciated my comments and needed my address to send me, free of charge, a sample of his work.

I offered him the $25.00 but he would not have that.  Sent me the bars along with a sample set of hardware to mount the bars along with rubber bumpers.  WOW.

So here are my newly painted (IRON ARMOR from Harbor Freight truck bed liner) accessory bars drying outside this morning.

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I will install when I get the beast home......  It pays to be kind, fuck yeah
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« Reply #5 on: March 18, 2017, 04:26:45 pm »

So I discovered the website  freecampsites.net.  

WOW.  I heard about this site and then totally forgot about it.    :-[

New goal for the trip:  Lodging budget: $0.00  Wink

Fingers crossed.
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« Reply #6 on: March 18, 2017, 04:40:59 pm »

In order to keep my phone charged throughout the trip I will be strapping my Voltaic solar 4w charger that I bought for my 450 mile bicycle trip a couple years ago, to my top case. Haven't used it since.
I will be using my cig lighter outlet on the Super Tenere for the GPS so that will not be available during the day to charge.
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It should strap to the top case nicely with the use of my rok straps.

Here is what the battery looks like.
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The battery is good enough to charge a phone 2.5 times when it has a full charge.  Not taking my better camera so I really only need to charge my Sena Com. and the phone.  Should work nicely
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« Reply #7 on: March 18, 2017, 05:11:12 pm »

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So there's this thing.  Pack it or not.  I am not a fan of riding in the rain.  I have always been in favor of stopping and waiting for the rain to pass.  I'll never forget riding home from one of the Clearfield, Pa spring meets.  The rain was torrential. I could not see a foot or two in front of me.  Did not have the rain suit on me, did not even pack it.  I was going down a mountainous road and in the left lane passing cars with a 40 ft. truck in front of me when we entered a huge rain storm within a second of passing around a curve going 70 miles an hour then down to 50.  I could not see a damn thing, literally.  Fucking awful. got in the right lane, heart in my throat, and motored on till the next rest stop.  Called the wife, calmed down waited for the rain to pass, got on my bike and moved on with the journey home.  

The only time I used it was in Breckinridge, CO while hail was pounding me going up and over Hoosier Pass.  Got off the bike, got the rain suit, ran into the wood for cover while I quickly donned the suit and by the time the suit was on and I got back to the bike, the hail stopped and I had to ride maybe five miles in the rain until I took cover at a country store.  So there.  Didn't really help me.  I stopped anyway.  

The suit is effective.  The suit is really heavy.  Do I ship it out with the last big box or do I chance it. By the time I stop and put the suit on I really am just going to look for a place to stop and wait it out anyway....... My Firstgear Kilimanjaro jacket is pretty good at repelling water till I get to a stop if need be.  What say you?
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« Reply #8 on: March 21, 2017, 06:37:29 pm »

Sounds epic!

If by some chance you find yourself along the shores of Lake Erie in Ohio and need a place to crash, feel free to give us a shout.

Ride safe.

Enjoy!

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« Reply #9 on: April 22, 2017, 11:28:32 am »

The flight to Minneapolis MN was uneventful.  Sat next to a heavy lady and we started talking.  I told her that I had to catch my second flight to Rapid City, SD 45 minutes after our plane lands.  She asked what brings me to South Dakoooda?  I said I bought a motorcycle and I am there to drive it back to NJ.  She looked scared.  Then there was silence.  

The second flight was not much better.  I sat up against a window in this tiny tube with a dude sitting next to me with his gaming cell phone vs. his regular phone. He had that phone in his shirt pocket.  He never really acknowledged me nor I him.  He took one look at me as "guy" who was going to take the seat next to you and quickly stood up as if to say lets get it over with.  About half way through the flight I noticed that I was beginning to feel very hot and cramped.  The feeling got worse.  I started to feel like I was going to punch this guy in the face if he did not give me some elbow room.  I started to get claustrophobic..  I looked at him and asked him to stand up so that I could remove the jacket. I was in my Firstgear moto jacket and only carried on my helmet and a wet bag half filled with my clothes for the trip. I stowed the jacket and returned in that upright seated position for the whole trip... Plane was too small for recline position.  
When the plane landed, I couldn't get off the plane fast enough.  I entered the airport and noticed a big dude in fatigues waiting for someone.
Warning::: The camera that I used to document this trip loved to smurf with me the entire trip. Which of course the first picture is out of focus but chronological
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Jacket on bike.  Tank bag installed..


We installed the brackets for the accessory bar but it did not matter in the end due to the Arkon GPS unit not fitting the 1/2 inch bar like it was supposed to fit and mounted it dead center of the handlebars which is directly in line with me turning the key on and off on the bike.  

Here is a picture of the starting mileage.

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After about 2 hours of getting the hard bags stuffed with camping gear, clothes, etc Gregg thought we should take a little ride. So keeping the bags off of the bike we took off.  I never took any pics of this first day.  Quite honestly I felt like I was dreaming that whole first day.  It did not seem real.  And I felt weird being on a bike again.  A little skittish, getting used to a new bike's dynamics, quirks, throttle response, having the 19" tire vs the 17 on both my other bikes.  The bike is immaculate.  Gregg will not tolerate any sign of dirt on the bike before putting it away after a day of riding.  Great for me  ;D

We rode the bikes (BTW Gregg just recently purchased a mint used BMW R1200GSA.  There will be pics of that bike later)  up and through the black hills.  We road on Nemo Rd. which takes us to the little town called...........Nemo.  The road had some gravel in the middle of the road and around corners so I had to get used to the front end letting go slightly in the corners.  
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I had surprised Gregg with a brand new Sena comm device so we could communicate during our travels.  He installed it that nigh.  It turned out to be a true and wonderful gift.  He appreciated it and is now a firm believer in Comm sets.  He will be purchasing a set for his wife and son...

When we got back from riding, Gregg started installing the Sena com set and in walks a tall dude with glasses.  Gregg said this is Mike aka Black Hills.  We chatted a bit. He was looking forward to riding with us tomorrow.  They seemed to have some type of route planned.  Rushmore, Black Hills, Custer, Crazy Horse were all mentioned.  It all sounded great.  Everything out there sounds great. Words like  Deadwood, Spearfish, Blackwood, Box Elder,  Black Hawk.  I felt my testosterone raise about 50 points just by typing those words. 8)

So early to bed.....

Black Hills rolled up about 9 and we were off.  Right away they took me to a road called skyline dr. Mike pulled off at a overlook stop and from it we could see the city, Rapid City.
Or should I say one side of it.  The city is split in two parts.  One on one side of the ridge and the other on the other.  Rich vs poor as Gregg told me.

Black Hills' Bike an 1190 Katoom Adventure..
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They took me to Rushmore first:  

We came around a corner...... and there it was.  Mike pulled off so I could take my first Pic....
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I really felt like I was dreaming.  I kept telling Gregg while we were riding.  I got a little choked up at seeing it as we drove up for a side view.  It truly is an awesome sight.


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We then headed to Rt 16A.  Iron Mountain Road.  Another great name.  My balls were getting bigger by the mile.  My riding, not so much.  The Tenere has two "Modes" T for touring and S for Sport.  I had it in S.  Very twitchy.  I felt like a new rider.  It was annoying me.  I had to conquer this beast and tame it.  But instead I just continued to fumble around searching for the sweet flow of the throttle.   For those of you from the east who have not made it out there, 16A is a slow going twisty paved wonderment.  It was beautiful.

Hey, look at that there though the tunnel.
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Those guys again::

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« Reply #10 on: April 22, 2017, 11:30:42 am »

Then it was off to the Needles Highway. Pics only because what else is there to say.....
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The eye of the needle

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From there we rode to
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For this:http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x154/tankheadxb9sx/DSC02520_zpsxwxhbhgg.jpg

And then after lunch went to visit this guy.
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Black Hills took us to this place which was very cool.
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'Merica
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« Reply #11 on: April 22, 2017, 11:31:57 am »

The next morning we got ready for a bigger day of riding. Gregg's son Austin would be joining us.  He also has a 14 Super Tenere.  He used to own a KLR but out grew that in short order....He also owns that mint Mustang GT you see there in the garage.  He likes high horsepower.  I like that guy.
Here in the garage with all the toys
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 The guys saved devils tower for my last day of my visit.  It was to be an epic ride... Black Hills would be meeting us at about 8:30 so I pounded some coffee had a Egg McMuffin that Gregg's wife had made for us.  And we were gone.

First stop Aladdin, where you could purchase the town for a few pennies..
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It was another beautiful day.  Clear blue skies to match the blue on my bike and the scenery started to change once we got into Wyoming... just past Hulett.
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What is that in the distance??

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Never saw pics of it's hook shape.  Like a shark's tooth
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From the parking lot
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The trail up and around the massive tower
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« Reply #12 on: April 22, 2017, 11:34:17 am »

Interpretive trail:
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Who or what is that up there?? Do you see it?
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Here is a better shot of a good looking climber  Embarassment

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We got back on the bikes and headed out of the park but first I couple of pics
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These little guys were everywhere: Excuse the quality of pics
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We headed to a subway for lunch but on the way I came around a corner and was overwhelmed with the glorious landscape of prairie.
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Gregg and Austin
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They then took me to some falls.  Now I tried to locate this on Google maps but I just can't remember where this is.  GREGG if you read this please feel free to chime in where the falls are for the readers.

 Beautiful falls:


The next morning I would say my goodbyes to Gregg and his family.  

A word about Gregg.  A lot could have gone wrong for both him and I.  I could have been some weirdo and I guess so could have Gregg.  I found the bike on yamahasupertenere.com.  I became a member back in 2012.  There was something that kept drawing me to the tenere.  Came very close to buying the V-strom and or the Honda VFR1200X.  But then I found Gregg's bike.  From the beginning of the process we exchanged numbers and he generously offer to let me store the bike at his house so that I could scratch off a huge part of my bucket list and get to experience such a wonderful part of the country.  

Gregg allowed me to stay at his house for three nights, his family was visiting for easter and I felt like I was imposing.  I had the pleasure of meeting his father and step mother.  Great folks. (I will be posting pictures of the terrace farming in Nebraska later in the ride report so you can show your father)  Then I got to meet his newly married daughter and son in law who were also staying over another night.  Along with his sister too.  All very nice.  I split a bottle of wine with his daughter.  I offered again to get a hotel.  He would have none to do about that.  My wife has taught me that as much as I like to be generous sometimes you have to allow others to be generous back.  So I obliged.  Humbly  :-\

Thanks again Gregg and Jodi.  You are "good people"  I consider Gregg a brother from another mother.  We got a little emotional during our goodbyes in the morning
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And I was off, alone for many many miles to my home in southern New Jersey.

So with a belly full of eggs and coffee, and a camelback full of ice I pushed off.

I had time to think

I watched the landscape roll by

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I was alone

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« Reply #13 on: April 22, 2017, 11:35:30 am »

It was chilly.  I got very cold and the clouds began to gather to the right of me.  I stopped to get more coffee and put on more cold weather gear.

This was across the street from the gas station:

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Wait a minute who is that dude?
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Meet Ryan:  Purchased this Triumph Sprint with 40,000 miles in Denver Co.  He was riding it back to Minneapolis.  He hit dime sized hail the night before.  A trucker came over and let him know that the weather where he was headed did not look good.  I worried for myself.  Head south... south east....
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We wished each other well and again I was off to avoid the weather that was looming where ever I pointed the bike......
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I tried to make a deal with myself.  To try and comprehend the enormity of taking on this trip and the impending weather I got off the bike every 100 miles and hoped for cell service so that I could check the weather for the next 100 miles.  This would not work out so well.  My cell coverage would be a problem over and over again.

But for now the skies cleared and I was in the sand hills area.... all was right in the world
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BLUE
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The road became red.  Red with the local gravel.  More pics
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Then I followed a train for awhile
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I win:
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« Reply #14 on: April 22, 2017, 11:38:59 am »

My first night was to be in Ravenna NE. I took 90 to Rt 83. A straight shot down into the middle of the state.  From there I got on rt 2 past Halsey to Broken Bow then down further to Ravenna west of Grand Island.

 Free campsite.  I bought some beer and some hot peanuts and set up camp:http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x154/tankheadxb9sx/DSC02709_zpsgwv0ezgx.jpg
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The view:
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Solar Power Bitches!!!!!!! charges my phone, my Sena Com, and my bluetooth speaker:

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Boom: Home away from Home
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I slept very well.  I had purchased the Klymit static v air sleeping pad.  and the Big Agnes Pumphouse for airing up the mattress without having to blow into it.  Less moisture from breath = no mold.
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They worked very well.  Packed up camp and got coffee down the street.  Talked to a guy about where I have been and where I was going.  Nice guy.  He told me the weather should be good for awhile. I asked him if he thought I would be able to get coverage in Grand Island up ahead.  "Sure" he said, "We have cell coverage too"


I headed towards Lincoln and stopped into town to check weather and call my wife before she left for work.  Pulled into a super market...... NO service... smurf  Looking around I saw a Cell Tower 100 Yards from me.
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I drove up to Omaha which is on the border of IOWA.  I called my wife and asked her to give me the weather report.  She said if you are thinking of heading south forget it.  Tornado spotted in Texas and hail being reported across much of the nation with ferocious thunderstorms developing exactly on my path to Asheville, NC.

It was at that point where I decided that my mission to get to Mike in Asheville was squashed and my new mission was to stay dry and try to enjoy the time across the northern part of this great land.  "So Iowa here I come"

Did about 50 miles on the highway 80 until I said to myself  Let me check out some of Iowa.  Here is what I discovered.  I did have bigger balls and they were looking for a place to be seen apparently...
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Went through this town
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You could drink right from the stream...
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2 miles cut through of gravel?  Why not..
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After another 100 miles on and off rt 34 I got into this little town called Mount Pleasant....So with my big balls Thought I would:::
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But instead I got a hotel and some wine and made some phone calls to family and friends while I had cell coverage.....

Finished the day with exactly 400 miles total for the first two days.
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The next morning was going to be a 'little bit of Missouri, Kahoka to the mighty Mississippi, big muddy then through Macomb, Illinois, crossing the Illinois river where I was stopped for construction for awhile.  Then to a very small town called Oakland to camp for free again... Here are the limited pics.

Morning after:
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Smile!!
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Many of these on the rural roads:
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It was another glorious day full of sun and great pavement...http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x154/tankheadxb9sx/DSC02742_zpsdtqjpc0d.jpg
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Big Muddy
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traffic stop for construction on the Illinois river

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« Reply #15 on: April 22, 2017, 12:01:44 pm »

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So free campsites.com is a great tool that I recently discovered.  I enjoy camping.  I like being alone sometimes.  I enjoy camping alone sometimes.  I found a "free campsite in the little city of Oakland, Ill.  If this campsite ended up being a hoax then the next option was Hoosier Natl forest.  That was quite a distance away and I really was hopeful that I could just crash for a few hours and be on the roads early.

So as I enter this small town off the road in the middle of nowhere.  I had a sense of peace.  Kids playing, fishing at a damn by the lake.  It looked like a great little community.  My directions on the GPS led me to a cemetery.  I knew that was not the place.  I looked for the water tower (that is what the description on the web site said to look for) and so I asked the boys at the damn.  They told me that it was right near the pavilion through the trees.  I thanked them and headed to the area.  

I found the site with the fire ring and rode in.  Very soft mud.  Went to put the kickstand down and it instantly started to sink as I unweighted the bike.  I stuck my glove under the kickstand and notice another pavilion so I drove to up on to it and waited.

I waited for the folks to appear.  I was right.  A small town with residences all around the little city park with the high school next to the park.  Sure enough kids started to appear.  Young teens with nothing but time playing basketball.  Some guy was doing lawn care on a riding mower and he started to approach.  He shut off the mower and I started the conversation.  

"Hi, I was wondering if camping is allowed.  I won't be impactful, just need a place to bed down for the night."

Young man: " I don't think it should be a problem.  Let me make a call and find out for sure."

His name was Tim.  Tim Cotton more specifically.  He went on to tell me that he is buying the lawn car business from another guy who he tried to contact.  He figures he could pay off the business in one season ($20,000) and the rest would be pure profit.  I asked him if there was a place near by to purchase some food for the night.

Just then the phone rang and he answered it.  "yeah the guy rolled up on his motorcycle wants to camp.  what's that? a sign that says he has to pay $10.00 as a donation at city hall?  Ok.  He says he needs to just stay to sleep and will be out of here in the early morning.  Ok, sure, I'll tell em.." "He says you can stay for free"

I asked Tim if I left my gear here while I purchase some grub would anyone mess with my stuff.  He said I wouldn't trust it but you know what I'll watch your gear while I pack up my mower"
"Are ya sure?" I said

"Sure thing"

Before I geared up I put together my tiny wood camping stove.  He was amazed and thought it was awesome.  I told him I would be right back.

I got to the store and got a big diet coke and a fifth of the Captain.  Captain Morgan and some hot peanuts.  

When I got back to the site he showed me how he gathered some twigs and small branches for my portable fire pit.
Hell of a nice guy.  

With that the local LEO showed up.  He said it should not be a problem.  He told me he would check up on me during the night and then we started talking about how he wants to travel east to the New England states.  I gave him some pointers about what to see and what not.

With that they were both gone.  So I started a fire.
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My campsite in Oakland
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The horseshoe club welcomed me. must be some big entertainment. They had about ten pits and bleachers for spectators to watch the games.. Home town folks.  I love it.
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At about 9:30 a white pick up rolls up and an older gentleman rushes out of the truck and starts hollering...."Did they open up the bathrooms!!!!!!!"
"I don't know, haven't been in there" I said as I added more wood on the fire.

He rushed past me and starts cussing as he enters the shed next to the bathrooms.  He starts cleaning and making a ruckus with a broom.  I hear him talking to himself and after about 5 minutes I ask him if needs any help.  "Nah, They open the bathrooms and then they don't know how to turn the water on and then I have to take care of it.... blah blah blah.... and he goes back to work

10 minutes later he calmed down enough, locked u the shed and comes over and talks to me.  "So Tim says you are on a motorcycle traveling through huh?

"Yeah, He said it was ok.  Are you the guy who he is buying his business from."

Yeah that's me, I hope he does well if he doesn't spend all of his time talking to people"

"He actually was mowing that whole section, I interrupted him, so you can blame me for that."

"Oh he was mowing was he, that's good"

After that he softened up, I introduced myself and he told me his name was Allen.  I asked to take a pic of him (knowing that I forgot to take a pic of Tim Cotton) and that I was writing a story of my journey but he declined.  We talked for a good hour.  He showed me videos of the tree they had chopped down in sections, and how he burnt the stump for two days...

I showed him some pics of my journey.  I asked him if he wanted some of my hootch.  He declined.  He thanked me for burning all of the dead branches in the area

I told him I had to get up early.  We wrapped up the conversation.  And as he was leaving he asked if I needed anything, "I could bring up a ham sandwich for ya." He said

I declined and thanked him for his time and visit.  Good people everywhere.  
The next day was a no picture day.  400+ miles of highway 70 then on to 77 south to good ole Marietta, OH.  With the hopes of conquering some of the wonderment that is south east Ohio.  Got in about 5ish.  Tried to find the free campsite but I needed a shower.  My nerves were fried.  I parked in the Lafayette motel parking lot on the water, opened the Diet coke and capt'n that I had left from the night before and took a couple swigs.  I got a room, showered, and went down to the bar and ordered a stiff Bombay Sapphire and tonic and took a look at the menu.  Ideally did not eat a whole hell of a lot during my trip and the adrenaline alone was burning some fat stores.  Got a great burger with fries.  Umm Umm Gooooood

The next morning I awoke at 5:30 and took at look at the weather.  HMMMMM doesn't look good to the north so ohio is out.  There was a sliver of opened skies to the south east of me but I am talking a sliver.  If I left in a few minutes I could find some coffee and figure it all out.  So here are the pics of that
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Does this helmet make my butt look big?
Looking slim if I do say so myself:

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The Lafayette at o'dark hundred
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At the seven eleven for my life blood: Caffeine
I like how the blinkers light up when the lights are on...
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A little robin hanging with me while I plan my route:
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Damn Camera:
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She's a keeper: ;D
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This last section of my tale will be pic heavy.  West Virginia is one of my favs.  Thought I could get in some "real riding" for the last day of freedom.  Clouds loomed all around me.   The roads showed remnants of rain on the roads mostly where ever I went but for some reason not on me.  I was parting the clouds as I moved.  The Gods of Motorcycling were with me as I traversed Rt 50 to get to the good stuff..
I got off the highway (50) at Clarksburg.  I set the GPS for shortest distance, no tolls, no highways, no u turns, and rolled the dice to get me to the top of the mountain ahead to the windfarm up near Thomas....

Here are the pics that go with the story:
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Sand hill road was as my wife and I say was a "gooder"
Then Hunters Fork road
which turned into
Sugarlands rd then on to  
Seneca Trail rd...
OMG
The goodness of West Virginia.
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« Reply #16 on: April 22, 2017, 12:04:07 pm »

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New ribbon of asphalt just for me  ;D
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The last time I was here was with El Diablo coming home from the last Marietta ESTN.  I sent a pic to my old friend. If we only new of Seneca Trail road then leading all the way up to here:  Scratch if you are reading this, you encouraged us to visit this area. Thanks.


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I noticed that I had not ate a thing all day so once in Thomas I stopped for some nourishment at this place:http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x154/tankheadxb9sx/DSC02821_zpshnaqz5zt.jpg

But alas, they were closed.   No time to eat anyway, there was riding to be had.  Food be damned.
These are the last pics that I took during my journey.  It's a scenic overlook on highway 48 from Davis towards Moorefield WV.  
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From there I headed to old route 50 to Strasburg then on to 340 though Harpers Ferry to Rt 70.  I contemplated taking the scenic route through Westminster MD and Conowingo bridge but the rain had started and I knew if I stayed on 70 to 95 I should be clear of rain..... congested angry Baltimoreans but dry.

And so that is what I did.  got into baltimore area at about 3:30 and hit smurfing traffic traffic traffic.  GPS took me south on the beltway through the tunnel.  $6.00 here, then on to 95 north $8.00 there, then got to delaware $4.00.  I called my wife once I was in NJ.  She was expecting me.  These are her pics of me coming up the driveway.http://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x154/tankheadxb9sx/IMG_5941_zpsnihabsz8.jpghttp://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x154/tankheadxb9sx/IMG_5945_zpsfewmim9f.jpghttp://i183.photobucket.com/albums/x154/tankheadxb9sx/IMG_5947_zpseklt9be0.jpg


Final mileage since I left Gregg and his Family.  Thanks again brother.

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« Reply #17 on: April 22, 2017, 12:05:28 pm »

This one deserves it's own post.

Back in my wife's arms
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« Reply #18 on: April 22, 2017, 04:21:50 pm »


Never saw pics of it's hook shape.  Like a shark's tooth


I have never seen that either. I had no idea. I hope to ride that area someday.

Very cool report and ride.  Thumbsup
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