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Old 09-03-2008, 08:50 PM   #2
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Location: SE Ohio
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Thursday night the bike looked like this....

Friday morning it looked like this.....

with a nice thick layer of fog for a background. And if there's one weather condition that makes me a little nervous when I'm riding it's fog. But with weeks and weeks of planning.... ...... that I put into this ride I wasn't about to let the fact that I couldn't see to ride keep me from riding!

So I rode.....into this.....

That is a nice view of Marietta from Harmar Hill....use your imagination, huh?

At the corner of Front and Greene streets.....I'll be crossing that bridge into WVa shortly.

I've crossed that bridge a thousand times but this crossing was different. It was like crossing into another world. Who knew what lay ahead? Good weather? Good fortune? Friend or foe? Sometimes a simple twist of fate can be life changing, especially for riders. We all know the risks and we all regardless ride.

As I cross the bridge I hear John Denver in the back of my mind singing "Almost heaven, West Virginia."

I've always thought that fog is great for taking pictures. For me it adds a certain sense of mystery to a photo.

The fog had started to thin out some as I headed across Schultz Road and into North Bend State Park.

I was going to be traveling on back roads as much as possible and if I passed something interesting I planned on going back to take a photo. If I saw an interesting road going away from my general direction I was going to investigate.

Cause I ain't in no itchin' hurry. Simple plan for in Seneca Rocks before the lights go out.

Don't know why I'm lost all the time...
Everyone is always telling me where to go.

Just GO! screwed with this post 12-18-2008 at 09:11 AM
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