Discussion in 'Adventure, Hiking, Backpacking and Travel' started by Theodore, Feb 24, 2017.
Sitting at my bar and grill...
Went to thunder mountain bike park in Charlemont MA what an amazing place. Can’t wait to go again. This was my first bike park. Got soaked from storms but it was still fun.
Went for a hike up to a local lake for the day with the Fam. Had to baby Simba the child at Pride Rock even tho she wasnt very stoked on it, found baby trout and that freezing blue glacial water looks muchh more appealing than it feels. The kiddo and I only made it about waist deep before retreating to shore.. then a few minutes after argueing who went in further and getting changed out of our suits she slipped and fell forward head first into it!! Needless to say after the laughing was over (everyone but her) i gave her the win
Working today but off for the next few and planning on some day tripping in the Jeep...
Day trip to Sugarloaf Mountain, SC...
Sucker lake, 108 Mile B.C (The Womans legs not mine in last pic lol)
Was traveling through the area so decided to stop and check out a dam. Took a stroll over an old bridge, trail along the river, and checked out the flowage.
I always like seeing People's Dam Pics!
I did a short hike this evening, at Coonskin Park, Charleston, WV.
The trail goes by a couple neat little waterfalls/grottos.
Or would be if the water was flowing.
Took a day trip to Fayetteville, WV today. Did quick stops at Babcock State Park, Hawk's Nest State Park, New River Gorge Bridge, and hiked Longpoint Trail to the bridge overlook.
Mill at Babcock
Hawks Nest Dam overlook
New River Gorge
New River Gorge Bridge
Bridge from below
Wow, would love to check that place out!! @DiscoveryLover
Not today, but hit up the tallest point in AZ (12,633) and did some desert hiking as well this last weekend.
These pictures are gorgeous!
Went for a scout. The lack of our usual summer rains was made very apparent in a canyon that usually as a pretty decent amount of water above ground. Still found a couple wet riparian areas. I’ll take water where I can get it.
Did a bushwalk yesterday. No trail or agenda. Was nice as the high was only about 97° and slightly overcast, so the trip ended up being pretty pleasant. No food was brought with so I stopped a few times to gather and eat both prickly pear fruit and crawfish.
One of my neighbors asked me to take a look at a bunch of truck parts her ex left behind to evaluate whether it worth anything or junk, well it ain't junk.
A plethora of ford super duty body, interior, takeoff parts. So I got it all organized and photographed to post up for sale locally, we'll split the prophets.
And she gave me these with tools inside.
I believe it may be a vintage Kennedy mechanics tool chest and cart, another restoration project of course it'll have to wait till I'm done with my motorcycle
Caught up with the mowing/Bush hogging today for the folk's, and finished cleaning out the 10lbs of ratnestshit n acorns out of the old Kennedy tool box.
And yes there were a few treasures in the chest that'll need some cleaning.
But that'll all have to wait cause tomorrow I start the disassembly of the Vmax
Now what's wrong with this last picture of the front forks disassembly
I called the dealership where I bought this bike brand new and they're the only ones who've worked on it till now and emailed them the picture. We'll be having a meeting tomorrow