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    Quote Originally Posted by Caferob View Post
    Im going to be heading to Forks of Salmon in May I think. Heading up Highway 1. I will definitely contact you during that ride for sure!!!
    I live 68 miles from "The Forks". I love to ride over there and make a big loop back home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie G View Post
    I live 68 miles from "The Forks". I love to ride over there and make a big loop back home.
    I will let you know the dates for sure then! We camp down the road from the Beer Tree. Not sure if you know where im talking about but its just up the road from the post office near that bridge.
    I finally got the bike dialed in, now testing some runs to make sure its endurance ready. Burning off any excess oil leaking and so on.

    Take a look at my videos if you get a chance! Ill be mentioning the ride there a lot.
    heres a link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkN...qJLF7Q9_4s0YDA

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    Charlie took us on some really super nice roads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caferob View Post
    I will let you know the dates for sure then! We camp down the road from the Beer Tree. Not sure if you know where im talking about but its just up the road from the post office near that bridge.
    I finally got the bike dialed in, now testing some runs to make sure its endurance ready. Burning off any excess oil leaking and so on.

    Take a look at my videos if you get a chance! Ill be mentioning the ride there a lot.
    heres a link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkN...qJLF7Q9_4s0YDA
    Is the campground Hotelling? I always stop at the Beer tree and have Root Beer. The owner of the "store" always remember me as We own the same color Ford truck. I've spent more time at SawyersBar than any place on the Salmon river. Lovely country! It's why I live here. Nice equipment for the videos. You need to get up in the Santa Cruz mountains and warm up for the "Goat path" along the Salmon river. :-) Cheers!
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    82 & 83 GS1100g Ohhhh!........Torque sweet Temptress.........always whispering.... a murmuring Siren

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    Quote Originally Posted by 850 Combat View Post
    Charlie took us on some really super nice roads.
    Come on back Paul and let's do it again!
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    82 & 83 GS1100g Ohhhh!........Torque sweet Temptress.........always whispering.... a murmuring Siren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie G View Post
    Is the campground Hotelling? I always stop at the Beer tree and have Root Beer. The owner of the "store" always remember me as We own the same color Ford truck. I've spent more time at SawyersBar than any place on the Salmon river. Lovely country! It's why I live here. Nice equipment for the videos. You need to get up in the Santa Cruz mountains and warm up for the "Goat path" along the Salmon river. :-) Cheers!
    My fellow dredgers and I (we did it once right before it was banned) are meeting up at the same camp spot we stayed at while dredging. Just up Sawers Bar road from the beer tree, first major campsite on the right, a bit up the way from that home on the left. Its got a sweet walk way down to the perfect bathing and swimming hole area! We used to jump from the rocks into the deepest spot. Im not sure about some crazy dirt path's, lol. I think the ride alone will have me at my toes because of all the work this bike has taken to get ready. But riding with you will be a must!!

    Would be cool if Paul joined! Family on the trip is always nice plus I never got to do the Oregon trip with the guys.

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