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A new found road.. - November 24, 2008, 11:06 AM

So I went to snowshoe yesterday to snowboard and my GPS took me through some ridiculous roads. We started out here so I took rt 66 to 81. From 81 it was an immediate jump off into the Strasburg exit... I'll let this explain the rest..http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&sadd...,1.235962&z=10

I'm ready for spring to come around to head to this on the bike.


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and then on the way home I wondered through more of rts 250, 220 and 33.. awesome roads all through the mountains..


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November 24, 2008, 11:08 AM

conditions at Snowshoe?

looking to hit it up this week...


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November 24, 2008, 11:12 AM

snowshoe was nice.. they had about 6 trails open and 3 lifts i think.. Absolutely nothing open in the park (which pissed me off) not even one freakin rail...
But trails were nice, snow was good. probably headin back out there next weekend


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and then on the way home I wondered through more of rts 250, 220 and 33.. awesome roads all through the mountains..
Trust me, you DO NOT want to exceed the speed limit in or in the vicinity of Monterey. They have declared all out war on sportbikes and are waiting in ambush. And this is not at all limited to my own personal experience. I've heard of some recent horror stories with trials and sentences.


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November 24, 2008, 01:34 PM

Can't remember where, but there's a quarry most of the way there - it's a shortcut. Great place to drive and it's deserted. A few years back I was driving through around 1am - falling snow, full moon. Turned off my headlights and drove for about 20 minutes all by myself - very cool.
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Trust me, you DO NOT want to exceed the speed limit in or in the vicinity of Monterey. They have declared all out war on sportbikes and are waiting in ambush. And this is not at all limited to my own personal experience. I've heard of some recent horror stories with trials and sentences.
John your avatar cracks me up That's good to know. I had never been back there before so while I was in the car all I could think about was riding it on the bike...


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Back Mountain Rd is fun. Lots of stuff to see.
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