Just to get back to the first "WET AND MUDDY" day. I think I laid my KLR down just in time... It had already done a 180 degree turnaround, pointing its nose in the opposite direction and wanted to head home with me. I was not going to accept that so I laid her down. PS. Notice the big tree and downhill ditch I missed...
Stealing some of Ed's photos since taking photos was the last thing on my mind at that point in time.
After picking up my Pelican case from a few yards into the woods Ed, Fred and Chet helped me to get it temporarily secured to the bike. Nothing a few ROK Straps and baling wire can't fix
Mr. Bill showed up just as we were finishing up with the side case. Mr. Bill was the winner of riding the same stretch of newly filled and graded slippery road 3 times...
Later at the Nootka Lodge we were able to fix the Pelican mount to look much better. Probably much stronger than the original
'11 KLR650 ... '04 DRZ400S
Paved Roads are just another example of wasted Taxpayer Dollars
mass-klr screwed with this post 06-18-2013 at 08:18 AM