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    Quote Originally Posted by marvinsc View Post
    Kerry, where do you find these flat straight roads in West VA? Not that I want to find them but in multiple trips to WVA other than the Interstate I did not see them. :-)
    Yeah, ya don't. This photo is from 2010 when I was living in Chester County, Pennsylvania.
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    I thought so.........LOL
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    Water's edge.

    This is without a doubt the most flattering picture of the mess that my bike is.
    http://Water’s edge. by Glen Brenner, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustovh View Post
    Let's call it Posters Choice. Post any picture that you want and give it a title. Here is mine, I call it Poser.

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    I see what you did here. As payback for us voting you the new theme setter, you made us all pick a theme. LOL
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    I'll call this Reborn.



    Removing all the touring stuff from the GS seems to have brought it back to it's youth. The Phoenix behind it is at a new fire station which replaced the old run down station across the street.

    A side note (unrelated to the theme) behind the phoenix is the car wash from breaking bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burque73 View Post
    I see what you did here. As payback for us voting you the new theme setter, you made us all pick a theme. LOL
    It’s your chance to post the best pic that you have for the win, don’t forget to give it a title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gustovh View Post
    It’s your chance to post the best pic that you have for the win, don’t forget to give it a title.

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    Understood. Good idea.
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    In other words, no excuse not to play. 🙂
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    No Sleep 'til Carbondale



    In 2017 I rode to southern Illinois to see the total eclipse of the sun. Carbondale was the best spot to see it in N. America so that was where I had to go obviously. I'd spent the entire week before that day preparing the site for my son's wedding and had to leave for the trip on the morning after the wedding. Staying reasonably sober during that wedding celebration was one of the hardest things I've ever done. I arrived at my uncle's place in Irving, IL at about 3 AM the next night and got up at about 5 am to go to Carbondale. The eclipse was spectacular.

    The return trip was several days wandering through Kentucky and W. Virginia. Pretty high on my epic bike trip list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eli69 View Post
    No Sleep 'til Carbondale



    In 2017 I rode to southern Illinois to see the total eclipse of the sun. Carbondale was the best spot to see it in N. America so that was where I had to go obviously. I'd spent the entire week before that day preparing the site for my son's wedding and had to leave for the trip on the morning after the wedding. Staying reasonably sober during that wedding celebration was one of the hardest things I've ever done. I arrived at my uncle's place in Irving, IL at about 3 AM the next night and got up at about 5 am to go to Carbondale. The eclipse was spectacular.

    The return trip was several days wandering through Kentucky and W. Virginia. Pretty high on my epic bike trip list.
    I watched that eclipse on the Tail of the Dragon. It was awesome. Once in a lifetime thing,

    Hey next one is happening in Vermont! You know where I live!
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