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Old 08-30-2011, 08:42 PM   #76
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Day 3

After a restful night my own bed, in my own house, we woke up and got packed. I spoke with my neighbors and took care of a few things that needed attention around the house in my absence. Some breakfast at Micky D's and gas. Day three has begun.

We will travel from Boise, ID to Redmond, OR today. Trevor lives there and will join the adventure. A few more miles on the interstate to the Oregon border and we get off onto Hwy 26 which will take us all the way to Redmond.





We were riding along the farmland and a flock of birds flew into my Dad's path ahead of me. He got one and rolled to a stop as I rode by. About a mile later, another one fell off his bike and came to a skidding stop on the pavement. It must have gotten stuck somewhere and then fell off. I'm not sure if that is funny to anyone else, but maybe a little.

We left the irrigated farm land and entered the desert again.













We started to gain a little bit of altitude as we got close to Unity, OR. One of the fields was flooded to my right. There was a dad and his two kids on an ATV out mud bogging. I gave an entheusiastic wave. They waved back. I remember they all had the biggest smiles on their face. Pretty awesome way to spend a Saturday with the fam.



If anyone is ever near Eastern Oregon, please be sure to stop at the gas station there. See their Facebook page HERE. It is owned by motorcyclists and they cater to our needs. The guy was out at the pump with a glass cleaning wipe to get the face shield clean and we talked for more than a few minutes. They have a really good thing going there and I hope they do well. There was recently an article in one of the motorcycle publications highlighting Eastern Oregon riding. There are hundreds of miles of great off-roading trails, as well as wonderful, deserted, and twisty tarmac roads. There is a section of road just to the North of Unity they are calling "Little Dragon" after the famous "Tail of the Dragon" out East in the US. I'm gonna have to go back and run "Little Dragon." And you can bet I'll be giving these guys some business. They sell liquor there too.





Time to leave dad in the dust again and have fun with Hobbes going over the Strawberry Mountains.











Highway 26 follows the John Day river down this side of the mountain range. Mountains to my left and farmland to my right.









There is a really cool canyon that climbs out of the basin just past Dayville. Another spectacular twisty section. Hobbes just eats this stuff up!





Dad didn't make it long in the lead after this photo.



I didn't get very many photos. Tough to take them when the road is so much fun!









We got gas in Mitchell, OR. Just a little old mining town. Pretty neat. The guy manning the gas pumps was a behemoth of a man. He looked he had that "old man strength" that you just don't wanna screw with. He had the change sitting on top of the pump. I sure as hell wouldn't steal from this man. You can tell from the picture just how large this man was. Look how he towers over the pumps.





Redmond is getting close!!









The first view of the Sisters Mountains as we grow closer and closer.



We made it! Trevor is in love. He met an awesome girl in Redmond. This is Kathleen and the wonderful desert she made after our meal at the little hometown brewery in Redmond.



My bro needs a bigger garage! You can't see em all, but there are seven motos in there!



Dad and two sons are finally reunited after much too long. We only had a few beers while bullshitting in the garage after a Walmart restock run. I had to do an oil change and Trevor was putting the finishing touches on his machine. I'll give him credit here. He has taken that KLX and made it an extremely capable ride. He does 2-up off road camping on it with Kathleen!!!! They got a large Big Agnes bag and share a sleeping bag to save space and weight. Wouldn't you be in love too if you found a chick that would do that with you?

I'm sure he will chime in here sometime soon, but he's got a DRZ rear shock to support both of them, a new Fischer seat, Rotopax fuel canister, "custom" angle iron highway pegs, X2 torch headlight, and I'm sure many other things I'm forgetting. He's got the street tires on for this trip and I'm thoroughly impressed with what he's done.

Time for bed. Tomorrow we head South and will be in California by dark.
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Old 08-30-2011, 09:17 PM   #77
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Great ride report so far. I got to meet your dad today. I was standing in REI and he and Trevor came in. Nice to meet him. Great that you and Trevor were able to spend the time on the road with him.
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Old 08-30-2011, 10:40 PM   #78
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More great photos and anecdotes, Tyson. I feel for ya w/ the douches in do-rags at Wolf Creek Pass. I'm not a fan of Harley's and most of the riders I run into on the road are pretty cool but it seems like any time I find an asshole, he's on an H-D.

Lookin' forward to more of your trip report. Might have to hit you up for some dirt road recommendations between Dinosaur & Steamboat as I might be heading that way next month.

The only way I can recommend from experience is the Sand Canyon/Echo Park/Yampa Bench/14N gravel road that runs 40 miles all the way through Dinosaur. You can see pictures in the ride that started this thread. You could actually follow the rest of my route through Meeker and over the Flat Tops Scenic Byway and then turn North on 131 when you get to Yampa. That'd take you right to Steamboat and you can make pretty good speeds on those roads.

As far as day trips out of Steamboat, 100 looks like a pretty good day loop heading South off of Rabbit Ears Pass and then back on the highway. Or Buffalo Pass might be pretty good if you take 36 out of Steamboat, to 38, to 60. There's a pretty big wilderness area to the North of Steamboat, so no riding there. Strawberry Park Hotsprings are totally worth the money in Steamboat. I took my hot ass Argentine G/F I had many moons ago there in the winter. Highly recommended.

Business or fun going to Steamboat? That's doable for a weekend ride from Denver if you wanna do some exploring.
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Business or fun going to Steamboat? That's doable for a weekend ride from Denver if you wanna do some exploring.
Thanks for the recommendations, Tyson. All fun, although I will write off the whole trip since I'm bringing along my tripod and camera. Nice to be able to do that. Probably be some time in mid-September, middle of the week. If not then, [I]maybe[I] early October. Just depends on the weather. I'll let you know if/when I plan a trip up there. Would be cool to ride with you.
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Great stuff Tyson. Reading every word. Wonderful you can ride with your dad and brother.
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Day 4

We woke up about normal time for a motorcycle vacation. About 7ish. Breakfast was made and eaten. Kathleen, being the good girl she is, cleaned the kitchen while the boys finished loading the bikes and got the gear on. We all left about 830.

Trevor had to drop Kathleen off at her house in Bend. Convenient, since it was right on the way. We chatted with her Grandma and Great Grandma for a few minutes before the days ride. Trevor wanted to go to Talula Falls (sp?) on the way out. I'm sure they are beautiful. But, that's close enough to see on another trip and we have bigger fish to fry.

As I have traveled more and more, I have noticed that certain areas have a certain feel to them. They also have certain smells. You could drop me in many different areas of the mountain West of the United States and there is decent chance I could tell you what state I am in just by evaluating the shapes of the mountains and the smells that trigger memories in my brain. Central Oregon is a little unique. The smell of juniper is heavy in the air. Especially after a rain. And yes, there are several different types of pine trees here, just as many other areas. But when everything is combined, it gives this area something unique. Something I can't quite put my finger on. All I know is I like it.

Highway 97 takes the father and two sons South. I think I'm finally starting to relax. It really does take several days to get out of work mode. I should have known it would take some time to truly unwind. Certainly after the stint I've just had. I've found myself getting irritated at stupid little things so far. Like when we are geared up and fueled up, then dad decides he has to pee and fill his coffee cup with ice. I keep telling myself, "Dammit Tyson! You're on vacation!! Chill out!" It's taken three days, but I'm finally starting to relax. Don't worry dad, I was never really mad, only fighting with myself in my own head.



Here's a decent shot of the mountains to the West of Bend and Redmond. Once again, no zoom while riding. I'm pretty sure they are all old volcanoes.



Here is a reminder that the land we are moving across was formed by fire. This lava flow happened only a blink of an eye ago from the earth's perspective.



I'm still amazed that my brother can do off-road trips with his girl and gear on that bike.







Nothing too much to report from this section of road. It's a pretty major highway with a lot of traffic. It was still nice because my tires had never come in contact with this stretch of road before. As a matter of fact, this begins the major segment of our vacation. From now on, all of it is new and exciting.

We made a right on 138 towards Crater Lake. I think everyone has seen pictures. Up until this point, that was all I had seen. It is one, long, straight road to make it to the turnoff for the North entrance of the park. Trevor's gas mileage goes to shit past 65 or 70. The speed limit in Oregon is 55 anyways. We were having a nice leisurely ride and this brought my best gas mileage of the trip. Nearly 55mpg! Pretty damn good!







After our reasonably priced admission fee to park was paid, we stopped at the bathrooms just past the entrance to formulate a plan. We decided to run the East side of the lake around to the South. That would get us about 270 degrees of the round lake.

We crossed the Pumice desert.







This one is pretty good for a behind the back shot.



We are now beginning to gain altitude as we creep closer to ridge.









Here she be! In all her glory!









Crater Lake is a caldera. It was formed when Mount Mazama collapsed 7700 years ago. There are no rivers in or out. The water that evaporates is replaced by rain water and snow melt. It is deepest lake in the United States at 1949 feet. You can read more HERE.

To give a size perspective, that's a big tour boat down there.









We continued the journey around the lake.







One overlook after another. The next one just as beautiful as the last.







We were all hungry and wanted to stop for lunch. There was a great spot in the shade that we passed up because the other two family members wanted to find a picnic table. Sometimes, when you see something good, you just have to take it. Dad just got done telling me that back in Boise. My Klim Traverse pants are awfully hot. Very waterproof, but hot. I had the opportunity to get some Klim Mojaves (mesh) in Boise. I was second guessing the purchase, and dad talked me into it. I was glad I got them for the rest of the trip.

This was one of last moments of frustration I had before I finally let go and started having a good time. Please don't get me wrong, I've been having a great time so far. It's just taken a long time to forget work and realize once again that I am a human on this beautiful planet with a loving family. We weren't meant to slave away our entire lives. Now, I am finally in vacation mode.

We did find a good spot with a rock wall to sit on with some shade. We had granola bars and jerky to fuel our bodies. While we were sitting there, this little guy sat on my sock for a bit. I can't think of another bug I've ever seen that has larger antennas!



We also had another visitor. A much better looking one. A girl on a bicycle stopped and asked if we had any extra water. I was of course happy to fill her bottle. I always carry more water than what I need. She was on a solo bike trip from Seattle, Washington. I forget where she said she was heading, but she definitely had more time off than I.











That is Phantom Ship Island below.











We got gas at the exit of the park and paid a pretty penny for it. I think it was $4.15 a gallon. Oh well, the cost of doing business I guess.

We met up with highway 62 and took it to the West. It was a fantastic road. The trees were tall and created a canopy over the road. A tunnel made of trees instead of rock and concrete. This was the first time in awhile my bro and I had a chance to open up the throttle and play a bit.







Trevor and I were ahead of Dad so we stopped and waited at the intersection of 62 and 230. There were some pretty damn big trees there. We were joking that we weren't to the Redwoods yet!



It got hotter and hotter as we got lower and lower. Our goal was to take Sam's Valley Highway to bypass Medford and get to Grant's Pass, OR. Dad put the intersection into his GPS. He stopped short at an intersection because his computer told him that was the turn. I knew it wasn't what we were looking for when I pulled out my map. Hmmm... let's think back, Tyson: 3 GPS: 0.

We were at the bottom of the dam holding back Lost Creek Lake, so we took the opportunity to dunk all of our riding gear in the ice cold water. The temperature of the stream running out of a reservoir is highly dependent on if the water runs off the top or if it is let loose from the bottom. We were thankful this one came out the bottom and was freeeezing!



We did find the road we were looking for and headed in a Southwesterly direction.







We got to Gold Hill, OR and stopped to check the map. Trevor was hungry and ate a very melted chocolate covered granola bar. Grant's Pass was just up the Interstate and that was where we would pick up the 199 to California. We decided to get there, get gas, and then pick a place to eat.

We passed a major rollover accident. A pickup truck had scattered debris all over the median. There were tons of cops and other emergency vehicles. I hope everyone was ok.



We checked our phones and GPS'. We decided on a place called One Fifteen Broiler. We left the gas station and I was following dad and his GPS with Trevor behind me. All of a sudden, Trevor was gone. My heart sank as I immediately thought of a crash before I calmed myself. Dad stopped and I doubled back on the side streets since we had been traveling down a one way. I made the loop back to Dad with no sign of Trevor. I pulled out my phone and I had missed a call from him. He was following his phone directions on his handle bar and took a different way. Dad and I were pretty pissed.

Dad and I got back the one way and dads GPS told him to turn left. Like, now! He was in the middle lane and I was in the far right. The next thing I see is dad cutting off a car to make the left and here I am going past the turn. Now this really isn't a big deal. But, we are all hot, tired, and hungry, so an argument ensues in front of the One Fifteen Broiler. Dad and I bitched at Trevor for breaking formation. Then I bitched at Dad for his dangerous turn in traffic. Then the Broiler was closed and we couldn't decide on a place because we decided on steak but the two cheapskates didn't wanna pay $18 to $25 a plate (WHICH IS WHAT STEAK COSTS!!). Ahh family.

We finally settled on Blondie's Bistro. It turned out to be excellent. Dad was disappointed at the cut of meat they used for their steaks, but ordered Steak Diane anyways. I ordered the Green Peppercorn Steak, and I think Trevor had a burger. It was awesome.This is a meal I really wish I had a picture of as I write this. We were all settled down from our squabble and enjoyed our dinner. We also enjoyed the scenery of the pretty wait staff. One was a dead ringer for really beautiful woman I dated in Reno, NV when I lived there.

I pulled out the map to plan the last leg of the day. The plan was laid and we walked out of the Bistro as I snuck one last look at the waitress and sighed.

Back on the highway with bellies full of wonderful food, we ended up with a cop behind us. I was last in line. Ok, just don't speed and we'll be fine. After a few miles with fuzz on our tail, Trevor got sick of it and decided to do something about it. He looked down at his bike, put his blinker on, and pulled off on a side street. I followed and we came to a stop as the cop drove on by. Dad knew what we were doing and patiently waited for us on the shoulder while we "investigated" our "problem". Our "problem" was we don't like cops and our problem has now passed us by. Moving on....



Big logs. You don't see 'em like that on trucks where I live or grew up.



One final gas stop in Cave Junction. We got beer there too since our campsite was getting close. A few more miles South on 199 before we made a left onto Co hwy 5560/Waldo Rd./Grayback Rd./40N07/Indian Creek Rd./State of Jefferson Highway. Yes, one road has all those names. I didn't think it was possible.

We were cruising along and I was in lead. It was my turn to do something stupid. I saw the road sign for Waldo Rd and slammed on the brakes and moved into the oncoming lane since there was no approaching traffic and we had just passed a car. I knew it was gonna be a quick stop. Dad and Trevor almost collided trying to make the turn and rightly yelled at me. I deserved it.

We started to go up in altitude and the road got much twistier. They were in the process of chip sealing it so there was a lot of loose pea gravel. Trevor and I still had fun pushing it a little, where they weren't working on the road. And even where they were. That stuff just sucks with street tires on.









We passed into California without any fanfare or even a sign. Just a sign that read, "End County Maintenance." We came upon an overlook that stopped us in our tracks.







We all stood in awe of the beauty before us. There was also an informational sign the spoke of the state that never was. The State of Jefferson. Read about it HERE. The "XX" logo was to be their flag for being double crossed. Over the next day and a half we would see this logo in many places. If I hadn't read this sign, I never would have known. I even saw a car with the entire hood painted up with the Sate of Jefferson "XX" logo.

I still wasn't sure where home was going to be for the night. I knew it was going to be in that beautiful valley somewhere. But, in a rare instance of incomplete information, my Benchmark didn't show any campgrounds. I had seen some on google when I checked my phone back in Grant's Pass. Off we went down the mountain to find home.

Trevor and I were flying as usual. We passed several signs that indicated several national forest campsites off the main road via several miles on dirt. We knew dad wouldn't be up for that on the Wing, so we pressed on for another few miles. Then, we found it.

Trevor waited at the road for Dad as I ventured in to check things out. I made a loop around and we were going to be the only ones there! Not a soul for miles!

The bridge into camp.



I was on my way back out and met Dad and Trevor at the bridge. We did a once around. Trevor went off down a spur and I followed. It ended very quickly.



We picked the spot directly across the road from the bathrooms. It had three flat spots for each of our tents. I thought it was close to the river so we could put our beer in it, but the river was much farther than expected. Good thing we bought IPAs which aren't bad as they get a little warm. Way better than Bud Light.

I went on my normal firewood search with the bike as the light of day faded. I came up pretty empty, but the three of us managed a good enough haul to have a very satisfactory fire for the evening.

Camp was set up and we all gathered around the fire. This is what I had ridden all these miles so far to experience; sitting around the fire with my dad and brother in the California mountains. Dad broke out the rum to go with the IPAs and we proceeded to drink every last drop of alcohol we had. I think we were all pretty damn drunk by the time we passed out at 11:00.
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This is what I had ridden all these miles so far to experience; sitting around the fire with my dad and brother in the California mountains.
So true. And sounds like you were due for the mountains. Keep it coming ...
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Your photos of riding in Oregon are sah-weet! Really makes me want to point the Tiger northwest for a couple of weeks. Crater Lake's gorgeous, isn't it? I always thought the water was Photoshopped in images but it's honest to God cobalt blue in reality. I'm stoked you had such a great time riding with your brother and Dad. So cool.
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So true. And sounds like you were due for the mountains. Keep it coming ...
Thanks for reading Jason. How's your summer going up there in Idaho? Getting any good rides in?
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Your photos of riding in Oregon are sah-weet! Really makes me want to point the Tiger northwest for a couple of weeks. Crater Lake's gorgeous, isn't it? I always thought the water was Photoshopped in images but it's honest to God cobalt blue in reality. I'm stoked you had such a great time riding with your brother and Dad. So cool.
That is one beautiful blue. The trip gets better. The next day of the adventure was the day I had dreamed about for months. Northern Cali twisties! The Green Bay Packers play their first game on Thursday, so it may be the weekend before I can get back to writing. Stay tuned!
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Thanks for reading Jason. How's your summer going up there in Idaho? Getting any good rides in?
All's well here. Heading out for seven days of riding in about 45 minutes—two days of asphalt, the rest unknown dirt. I'll have to catch up with your report next week.
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All's well here. Heading out for seven days of riding in about 45 minutes—two days of asphalt, the rest unknown dirt. I'll have to catch up with your report next week.
Have fun! Im really looking forward to your report!
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