Monday, October 1, 2012

Fall Northwoods Trip

What a ride! We started with 7 riders, but one left halfway through the trip with an aching knee. I'll elaborate on the details later, but for now enjoy some photos:

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6 comments:

Grumpy Badger said...

Wow! Gorgeous photos, Jim. Looks like fall is quite a bit further along than it is down here in southern Ohio. Keep up the good work...

Anonymous said...

jim - i seem to recall a cisco lake near drummond wisconsin. my family vacationed there (actually near cable). can you give a complete breakdown of all gear and equipment (both bike and camp stuff) along with a daily mileage/average speed recap?

Doug said...

...and turn by turn directions for your route taken, and the food you ate with the calorie counts included and how many sheets of TP you went through?

Ah, just kidding. I'm kickin' myself for not joining the group on this one. I kept thinking all last week about the nice weather you were having and how great it must be.

Jim M. said...

Beautiful photos -- especially those of the pan full of sausages and - wow! - bacon-wrapped sausages - pure hedonism!

Anonymous said...

greetings Jim -
as always, an excellent photo recap of your 2 wheel adventure in the Wisconsin northland. As I read through the comments, I agree that I would also like to see a detailed inventory of your camping gear. Your clothing, 'kitchen', tools, personal effects, etc. Additionally, I would love to get a flavor of the terrain - it appears that you were forced to ride unpaved roadways on portions of your trip(I assume that was the only way to connect paved byways in that part of the country). Lastly, how far did you ride and what was the 'longest' day in the saddle? I'm curious if you bagged a century or two along the way. Thank you for your exciting photojournal - I look forward to the story!

David

adventure! said...

Looks like it was a great time. Love the photos. I'm jealous.