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Old 04-24-2012, 01:03 PM   #316
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can't watch the videos here at work so guess I'm going to have to re-read the entire RR at home. Oh Darn
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Old 04-24-2012, 08:45 PM   #317
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That fork uphill from Pleasant Canyon will take you back to Ballarat too. Steep downhill...
oh yeah? good to know. We guessed that it would, but I really like the greenery in the canyon.
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We saw some jeeps coming into upper Pleasant Canyon from that road. Was wondering if that was the recommended route for 4WD vehicles
last time, we saw 2 jeeps coming down from the lower canyon (as we were heading up from Ballarat). Maybe they just hope for light traffic?
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can't watch the videos here at work so guess I'm going to have to re-read the entire RR at home. Oh Darn
heh, sucks for you!




Day 1: Monday 101 miles
PSR - South Park Canyon - Middle Park - Rogers Pass - Pleasant Canyon - Ballarat - Minietta Rd - Minietta Mine Cabin - Lookout Mountain - Osborne Cabin - PSR continued





Had a quick visit to the ladies room and waved to the cameras before leaving Ballarat...
Signed the guest book again and said hi to Cali Luv...
Last time we were in PSR, Phil and John told us about a nice ride they did - Lookout Mountain.
It sounded like something fun to do on the way back to camp.










Minietta Mine Cabin





Mining stuff out back...















Oh, I recognize the Atlas sign - I've seen it in a ride report. Rob, did you stay here with Becky?











Interesting ephemera on the walls...






This bedroom really creeped me out for some reason.
Maybe it was the sleeping bags all bunched up like bodies...











They had some fun magnetic poetry pieces on the fridge





I grabbed a few random words and made a quick “poem.” Don’t read anything into it - I'm no poet.
Here - you can play, too!





Outhouse.
there was a huge spider web across the seat opening and lots of petrified poop piled up underneath. Um. pass.
good thing I went back at Ballarat...












For some reason, we thought that the Lookout Mountain ride would have oh, I don’t know - a nice view.
But, instead it just led to another cabin.











Let’s go in!












hey, those are nicer than the chairs we have in our crappy apartment!










Looks like this is Osborne Cabin...





Lara’s lair was just outside the back door. I don't know what that says about Lara...






I guess this is as close to a lookout as we’re going to get?



Oh well.



As we were leaving the cabin, we surprised a group of at least 8 burros.
They took off running next to us (wow, surprisingly fast!),
then ran across the road in front of us and along the other side.


It was neat - they were so close!
Do you remember our Elk video from the Great Divide Basin? It was just like that, but with cute little burros.
We *thought* the GoPro was recording - how cool is that! - so I didn’t even try and fish out the point and shoot.
They ran with us for a while, then took off towards the hills.
Wow. that was awesome.
We congratulated ourselves for capturing it on video.

Later, we discovered that the GoPro battery had died 12 seconds into the filming!



Motherbrother!


Monkey-fighter!
Melon farmer!
Son of a flipping biscuit!
Sigh.



We took this wash back to Hwy 190/PSR.
It was not my favorite.
This part has no rhythm to it - the turns don’t flow.
It’s just choppy and uncomfortable. Not very pleasant (for us, at least).
We just couldn't get going fast enough to make it fun.



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We rode that wash during that hurricane.
Ugh, that must have been horrible!!


Things got marginally better once we were out of the canyon, but not much.

That stupid wash sure mucked up our stats, haha.





Okay, tomorrow's video is finalizing. It will probably take most of the night to upload.
Maybe look for it tomorrow afternoon?

Here are some hilarious yelp reviews to get you in the mood for Day 2's Saline Valley Hot Springs.
http://www.yelp.com/biz/saline-valle...s-death-valley

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Old 04-24-2012, 09:06 PM   #318
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just when you thought it was over....

I am really enjoying this RR extension. I love the new videos. Big Whan has some serious skills. It makes me want to trek out to death valley. Wish it was a short ride, but alas, it is an epic journey. I will just live it through your RR
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Old 04-24-2012, 09:16 PM   #319
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Just watched the Up South Park video........ All I can say is.....

DANG!!!!!!!!

We're not worthy....We're not worthy.......

That was some wicked 2up riding!!!!!

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Old 04-25-2012, 12:00 AM   #320
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You've probably seen my pics from Minnietta, never stayed, just visited.

Looks like you missed the road to the Lookout City Mines, oh darn, you'll hafta go back and maybe take in the Defense Mine 2-up. I couldn't do it alone on a loaded XRR. Super nice view from Lookout City.

I know Lara from another forum, she took the picture of the Striped Butte that is hanging in the Osborne Cabin.
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Old 04-25-2012, 08:21 AM   #321
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The Osburn Cabin looks like has received alot of love. Iam surprised at how good of shape some of the desert cabins are in . Too Cool.
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Old 04-25-2012, 08:44 AM   #322
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Osborne Cabin, a few notes

The road/wash between Osborne and PSR is not recommended for big bikes due to soft sharp corners, large rocks, and rough terrain. Good that you made it. Riding it 2-up on a 990 is a real feat. I worked up a sweat riding it single on my Husky and that is typical terrain for this bike.

The easy route to or from is via Minieta Road south of that canyon. There are no signs, making it somewhat difficult to find.

Someone has been at work on Osborne since I was there last November. I think it's a really cool place to visit, here's our crew from when we were there, Jerry (Bajarider650), Jimmy (1224R) and DannyG's entourage. Everyone was on 'light bikes'.





The last time I was to Defense Mine was 2005 for Panamint Valley Days with Cal-4W, the jeep group. It's a very difficult route getting into there. We were running 35's and lockers on a TJ. I almost fell off a ladder deep into the mine - it tipped back but the shaft was narrow so it caught my back. Also saw unexploded dynamite and lots of artifacts. I never hear this mine mentioned here on ADV as a destination.

Did Goler Wash that trip too - at that time the step was almost vertical and 8-10' high. If you didn't have diff-locks you were winching up. It almost looks like it's been graded thru there now. Manson's cabin was still standing at that time.

PS - Glad to hear you were pleased with your vid efforts. Sounds like the rest of us certainly are.
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Old 04-25-2012, 11:46 AM   #323
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Looks like you missed the road to the Lookout City Mines, oh darn, you'll hafta go back and maybe take in the Defense Mine 2-up. I couldn't do it alone on a loaded XRR. Super nice view from Lookout City.
Aw, crap - we saw that road. The sign said “LO city,” so we figured it went to some ruins, not to THE lookout.
Haha, you know us - always doing our research...
(sounds like we missed out!)



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The last time I was to Defense Mine was 2005 for Panamint Valley Days with Cal-4W, the jeep group. It's a very difficult route getting into there. I never hear this mine mentioned here on ADV as a destination.
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You've probably seen my pics from Minnietta, never stayed, just visited.
I know Lara from another forum, she took the picture of the Striped Butte that is hanging in the Osborne Cabin.
Really? this one?



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The Osburn Cabin looks like has received alot of love.
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Someone has been at work on Osborne since I was there last November. I think it's a really cool place to visit, here's our crew from when we were there, Jerry (Bajarider650), Jimmy (1224R) and DannyG's entourage. Everyone was on 'light bikes'.


I thought I had too many photos of the cabins and I almost didn't use all of them...
Now I'm glad I put them in - it's nice to hear that the cabins are being well cared for.
I was reading a jeep guy's death valley website and he wrote about all the vandalism/destruction of cabins and structures that happened in the late 90s.
it was sad.



Thanks for the comments, guys - I like it when you share your info and experiences with us.
It's even fun to hear about all the cool stuff we missed.

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I am really enjoying this RR extension.
glad to hear it!
Yeah, this morning Matt said, "how in the Muck did you turn those 2 rides into 22 pages??"


I take too many pictures and talk too much, I guess.



It took 10 hours for the new video to upload to youtube
Hope it was worth it, haha.

I'll be putting it in the next post. Got some writing to do...



p.s. thanks, thecynic! glad you enjoyed south park!
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Old 04-25-2012, 12:05 PM   #324
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The road/wash between Osborne and PSR is not recommended for big bikes due to soft sharp corners, large rocks, and rough terrain.

Two-up on the 1150 was fun for me...I'd rather go faster, but we had a great time two-up around DV/PV. I'm noWan though.

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Really? this one?








Sooo many places I haven't seen yet around the area, just can't carry enough fuel for some of them. Time to bring the Willys out of mothballs I think.

Yup, that's the picture. Lara takes some excellent pictures of the places we all like.

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See if you can figure out who is being buried in this picture:

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Edit: I see I was late. . Cool pic, though.
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thanks for playing along! Now you need to find that Playboy




Day 2: Tuesday 242 miles

PSR - U2 shrine - Boxcar Cabin - Saline Valley Hot Springs - Steele Pass - DeDeckera Canyon - Eureka Dunes - Tea Kettle - Lippincott - Saline Valley Rd - PSR




We got a late start this morning, too much chit chat with our neighbors.
Jim was on a GS800 and his friend, Dave, was on a V- Strom 650.
Sorry, no pics - I wasn’t in ride report mode.
Anyway, we had met them yesterday and, after hearing that they were into mining, Matt suggested that they do Cerro Gordo (via Keeler).
Jim loved it, but Dave - not so much.
We asked if they wanted to ride with us today but they said, “Uh. No thanks.”
Dave was ready to go home.

Oh. Okay.




We decided to start the day with a search for the U2 shrine

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OK, if you're looking for another quest, how about this one.



Not been there myself, but since its my favorite album, I should add it to my DV to do list.

Have fun on your trip.
We barely got Joe’s challenge in time (12:30 the night before leaving), but I was able to do some quick research and take some notes.

The tree itself is long gone, but someone made a tribute video, here.


Matt figured the site would be pretty close to the highway.
He said, “you know Bono and The Edge had to be able to get out of the limo and walk to the site in their snakeskin boots...”


Here it is!





We took a lot of pics for you, Joe












closer, so you can see I didn’t swipe this from the interwebs
(that little t shirt says "fyyff")










The U tube seems to have been replaced by a rubbermaid tote





Signing the guest book





Hey, look!





A view from the site.







Next stop - the Boxcar Cabin.

If we hadn’t been looking for the U2 tree, we never would have found this cabin - thanks, Joe!

BigWan was in super conservation mode - this was going to be a long day and we were worried about having enough gas.
We had the regular tanks topped off, 2.1 gal in the 2into1 tank, 1.5 gal in the kolpin,
20 oz in a MSR bottle (hey, that's 8 mins of riding), and 1.5 liters in an plastic aquafina bottle.
I think it was about 9 gallons, total. Hope that’s enough!
Normally, we get 25 mpg, but matt thought if he tried to ride "cool," we might do better. Riiiight.


Matt said he doesn't know how many times he's gone down this road (but usually from the other direction) and never noticed this.
Anyway, since we were going slower today, he spotted the cabin.









It was small, but pretty cool.
(Oh, shit. I see from the photo that the window was open.
We didn't open it, but I wish we had closed it. Didn't even notice at the time)











With lots of nice, colorful touches.










Jigsaw puzzle, anyone?





I was taking a photo of the puzzle, when this caught my eye...





Hey! I know that drawing! (I really need to re-read that RR, and your other DV ones, now that I can actually recognize stuff!)
That means there’s a ladybug around here somewhere...

here it is!





More drawings





hey, Super Suz!




I flipped thorough the guest book to look for Rob and Becky
(hey, Mr. D! I tried to keep you as stealth as possible )





rider914!



damn, I’ll bet your challenge photo was one of the other cabins, huh?



Hey, PinkPillion!



Wow, that was fun. I wish I had been checking the other guest books.
Saw that Sharron, Chuck and Phil had been here, too.



And we’re moving...





Pretty.











Tiny bit of snow since last time





It seemed greener, too





I’m not wild about this part of Saline Valley Rd.
Mucking washboard! Ugh.
We saw this guy and thought it was V-Strom Dave from PSR...




Matt figured that Jim would be up ahead, so we went to look.
Turns out, this wasn’t Dave after all...
It was another V-Strom with a similar set up and gear.

I hope we didn’t freak this guy out when we passed him.







On Saline Valley Rd, BigWan pretty much forgot all about conservation mode.





Matt had never been down to the Warm/Hot Springs (point B), but he figured it would be easy enough to find an oasis in the desert.
Nope.
We ended up at Willow Creek Ranch (point A)
Crap. That little detour isn't going to help with our fuel situation...




When we pulled up and asked about the hot springs, they told us we had missed the turn off.

us: Huh? what turn off?
ranch dude: Um. You didn’t see the turn off - about 5 miles back?
ranch lady: It was on your right. A great big wide thing just after the dunes...no?
us:

They must have thought we were pret-ty stupid.


Oh, that was big.
Guess someone was going too fast and we didn’t see it...






Holy crap,
I do take too many photos and I do talk too much.
Gotta break this into 2 posts...

back in a bit...
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Holy crap,
I do take too many photos and I do talk too much.
Gotta break this into 2 posts...

back in a bit...

not at all- I am enjoying every mucking bit of it!
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Oh, Hi Butcho! Hi Lisa!



Okay, so everybody loves the Saline Valley Hot Springs...
We had seen lots of nice photos.

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Sad you guys didn't visit the Saline Valley Hot Springs.. you were 30 miles from it at Racetrack !

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The main hot springs pool is just gorgeous. I was duly impressed at how well kept and nice it was. Big kudos to Lizzard Lee and the rest of the folks that come there and keep it up.



It seemed like we needed to visit in order to have the full Death Valley experience.
Sigh.

Hippies with drums? Gah.
I grew up in Berkeley. My parents had friends who lived in converted schoolbuses down by the railroad tracks.
My friends had parents who read auras and slept under pyramids with crystals.

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There were just a few 'hippies' there and only one guy swinging his,...well...you get it.
And nudists? I’m not a great people person, but it’s worse when they don’t have clothes on.
Marinating in stagnant water with naked strangers just didn’t sound good to me, but I was trying to keep an open mind.







Here we are - the Saline Valley Warm Springs.




The women's bathroom was locked. Turns out the vault was full - the bathrooms are unisex here.
I liked the drawings on the wall.





A jet did a super low fly by - Wow, that was loud!
Guess he got a good look at the nudies.
I was too slow for pics of that one, but I got this one as we were leaving.
(we also watched a small plane come in and land on the strip out front)






As we marveled at the jets,
a guy wandered over wearing nothing but a blue serape.
It was fine until the breeze blew the damn thing up over his head.
Thank you. Thank you very much, naked guy.



There was a super cute burro wandering around and I tried to get a photo of him.





Serape guy saw me with the camera and thought this was a great opportunity to walk right in front of me to go visit his “baby.”
Son of a biscuit!
I turned and walked away, but Matt said, “for the love of god - take a photo of that!! Ride report!!”
So, I turned back and took this just for you guys.




You’re welcome!


At least I got my burro pic.
We had a fuji apple and shared it with him.





So, the hot springs were busy - wall to wall nekkid people.
I was not feeling as open minded after the Serape Guy.

We sat on the bench out front, drank some water, had some snacks.
This lizard ran by.





We watched the parade of creatively “dressed”/undressed campers.
It did not put me in the mood.


Crap.
We came all this way for the flipping hot springs. Guess we might as well do it.
But I’m wearing a monkey-fighting bathing suit, dammit.


Instead of hiding in the bathroom to change, we did try and embrace the Hot Spring state of mind as best we could.
We changed into our bathing costumes standing here at the bench.






Matt said, “Hurry! there’s no one in the main pool!”
We ran over to the showers, rinsed off, then got into the main pool.
Wow, it was actually pleasant. Cleaner than I expected.
Sweet.


It was pretty. Matt took a photo of a lizard on the tree next to the pool.
(We were very careful not to make anyone uncomfortable with the camera)
(wish they had been as considerate of our eyes )





Ah. this is nice...

Then a naked hippie lady came over and climbed in with us.
Gah.
It was too good to last.


She was actually very friendly.
We asked how long she was staying (2 weeks),
she asked where we had come from, how long we were staying (oh, about 10 more minutes)...

More chit chat.
It was fine. I felt pretty relaxed.
She was across from us, and the water covered her up...


Until she got up, sat on the edge of the tub and put one leg up.


Monkey fighter!



{{ earmuffs! }}




I had to do something instead of the ADV sticker, so you could really get the full effect...
Prepare yourselves for BOOTY - Saline Valley-style!


By the way, this is not THE lady we soaked with.
This photo is of someone much younger and cuter with less hair.
But the pose is identical.


(I think I got that from earth-mama.net)



It was a little more difficult to continue the conversation when we were constantly at eye level with her [redacted].


She moved around a lot, too. Lifting one knee, then the other.
Spreading everything w-i-d-e...
Shifting around so we could see her junk from EVERY angle.

Jeeezus, lady - come on!!


When she started breaking out this move:



I about died.
Really? Is that a comfortable pose for you in a hot tub?
(again, not the actual hot tub woman. maybe from hippie-goddess.com?)


Okay, soaking time is over.



Matt says we need proof that we soaked.
Yeah, of course he says that. He grabbed the camera so it’s not a photo of him.

Okay. stupid ride report.
I’m wearing my full on Amish swimwear, so I guess it’s alright.





After we (the squares wearing the clothes) got out, 3 naked dudes got in.
Whew, dodged that bullet!
Matt had seen one of the guys “fluffing” himself in the shower area.
Awesome.



We didn’t have towels or anything, so we sat on the grass until we dried off.
It was nice in the sun.
As long as you didn't get an eyeful of dangly balls (or worse).
(matt is going to be so relieved I'm finally done with this post.
Our desktop is littered with Booty, Saline Valley-style pics in various stages of "pixelated" and they are freaking him out.
I didn't have the heart to use the other ones. They were TOO much. )


So, we did it.
I’m glad.
Makes for a funny story, at least.
And, naked or not, everyone there was SUPER nice.
Very friendly.

Matt asked one of the volunteers if she knew how far it was back to Saline Valley Rd, via Steele Pass and Eureka Dunes.
She didn’t know, but was surprised that we were leaving.
Everyone was. 
I guess people don’t usually soak and run.


But, it was getting late and we weren’t even halfway done with our loop.


Had a great ride out to Steele Pass, then Eureka Dunes.
Wow, what a fantastic trail!


Matt had never done this ride and we didn’t really know where we were going.
We guessed we’d be able to figure it out.



Here’s the video!



Edit: 720p was too huge.This one is better.
If you have a slow connection, go to youtube and watch it smaller.
Make sure you set it to HD if you can (use that gear-looking thing in the bottom right, once it starts playing)
in 1080p you can see all the rocks and sand!








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