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Old 05-19-2008, 04:43 PM   #7
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Thanks guys!

Yes 2uprtw, it was a little bit chilly but not very cold!

Alors ša parle franšais au Peru? Yes Pat and me had electric vest, but not Martin

rubRsidedown, it was the first time I rode in Colorado and Moab and those places are really greats area to ride. Moab is the best place I ever rode.

Ok now back to the report!

Look at the color of the snow plow and the KTM... quite similar, don't you think?




Ok now before getting back on the I70, it was time for a lunch!




Back on the I70, the weather was a little bit milder and the landscape start to look more like what we are looking for.












We took the highway 141. It is a really nice road with beautiful landscape.









Here's a nice looking place where we took a break on the 141.




Back on the road, we took the highway 90 and the 46 before taking the US 191 to Moab where we arrived around 10 pm I think. I don't remember if it is with the 2 hours jet lag or not.





We even had some company on the road, on the 46 I think!





Nice sunset on the road (almost...)


We slept at Slickrock campground. A simple, nice and not expensive place with all the service we need. Showers, wi-fi, laundry, etc...


The first night we arrived late and we took the first available spot we saw.





The days after, we changed to go under some small shelters.



In the morning, we meet 2 KTM guys, ADV members. Here's a picture of Yogoi. The temperature was around 32░ in the morning.


Here's the KTM of his friend, which I don't remember the name (sorry!)


To follow, the first Moab trail we did!
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