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Old 12-22-2013, 11:35 PM   #61
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I packed up and left Helena for Stemple Pass and Rte 279. Took Stemple Pass Rd to the top.


I went out Page Gulch and the Continental Divide in Helena National Forest.
Here's a short clip of the divide road. The brush piles are where they had been cutting fire breaks.
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Great time. Finally turned around and went back to Stemple Pass to find another lost couple of guys with a map. I found out from what I could tell from their map that I had turned back just short of where I thought I would come out on 279. They were partridge hunting and trying to get to Lincoln. I told them I had ridden out the road they were considering for an hour and a half and not come to anything at all. So we decided it was the other road that headed in a generally north direction. Having figured out which was the road to Lincoln I went there for lunch.
Afterwards I headed up Rt 200 to Rt 279 ( Flesher Pass Rd) and back to Helena.
Started East on Rte 12 at 4:00.
Ended day at White Sulpher Springs. They were having their annual Labor Day Rodeo.
The town was hopping and the motels were full. I camped at a motel that advertised showers but said they had rented the room they usually used for campers so no luck on getting clean but I said I could do without a shower.


I pitched the tent and headed up to the rodeo.
After the rodeo I returned to the hotel to find a couple on a GS Adventure inquiring about camping. They had gotten to the "no showers" part and asked the question that had not occurred to me. "Where is the bathroom and water?" The answer was walk down the road 1/3 of a mile and use the bathroom in the 24 hour casino. OK. They left. I had already pitched my tent. I stayed.
There was a street dance after dark. I went down, had a beer, and enjoyed the entertainment. Once the band got their sound sorted they were quite good (or maybe it was more beer). Insufficient Funds from Helena. They played a lot of CCR , rockabilly, country soft rock. Fun little town- at least they put on a good show for Labor Day.
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Old 12-23-2013, 01:37 AM   #62
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map please?

Hi Motomacs,

I am enjoying your report but I am having trouble working out where you have been travelling. Can you post a Google map please?

I can identify some places from skiing magazines I have read in the past.

Now I want add this ride to my bucket list.

Thanks.

( I am from Australia and I have visited Colorado , British Columbia and L.A. hence why I can't work out where you have been /going )
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Old 12-23-2013, 02:52 AM   #63
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My last trip to Glacier a few years back, my bike was so dirty from the wets roads there, I had to spend about 30 mins washing it before heading down to Bear Tooth.
One of my 5 , always wanna go back to places in the lower US.
Enjoying the pics and report, Keep it coming.
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Old 12-23-2013, 11:29 AM   #64
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Dang Mary. I was in that Lincoln and Helena area just before Labor day riding the CDR route north to south. Glad we had GPS tracks especially in the Stemple Pass area as there are a boatload of roads in that region.
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Old 12-24-2013, 12:50 PM   #65
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I'm not very tech savvy. When I was a senior in high school we got our first computer. Just before we graduated they led us through the room that held it so we could look at it. Neither of my jobs (horse trainer, truck driver) have moved my education along much. What planning I did for the trip I used Google maps.

I'm glad you are enjoying the report. I hope you get the opportunity to ride the western U.S.. It is definitely a bucket list item.

OK- Here is a link to a map.

https://mapsengine.google.com/map/ed...4.kh15b6IOnUrg
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My last trip to Glacier a few years back, my bike was so dirty from the wets roads there, I had to spend about 30 mins washing it before heading down to Bear Tooth.
One of my 5 , always wanna go back to places in the lower US.
Enjoying the pics and report, Keep it coming.
Yeah, my next stop is a car wash.
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Dang Mary. I was in that Lincoln and Helena area just before Labor day riding the CDR route north to south. Glad we had GPS tracks especially in the Stemple Pass area as there are a boatload of roads in that region.
Sorry I missed you.
I spent most of the day not knowing where I was (lost) but the area isn't so remote that you won't eventually come out on a road and the riding is all good! Hot and dusty, though. The F8 is great on gas off road but I turned around at the point where I knew I could back track to get gas without getting into the jerry can.
Did I mention how much I love this bike? I did 10,600 miles on this trip in all conditions, loaded, unloaded, 500 mile highway days, 215 mile off-road days, hot, dry, cold and wet. It was fun, comfortable, reliable, and even fully loaded off-road it never went down. I know some would say that proves I didn't ride it hard enough but we both got home unscathed. I think its a keeper.
Did you do a report on your CDR ride?
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Woke up dressed walked down to the gas station to brush my teeth. Bought some mixed fruit and a cup of undrinkable coffe.
Packed up and headed for Gillette Wyoming- time to make some progress towards home.
I took Hwy 12 out of White Sulpher Springs to 3 in Lavina then onto 90 in Billings. I intended to take 212 off 90 in Garyowen but there were signs saying construction delays so I stayed on 90.
Got into Gillette about 4. Checked into one of the shabbiest Best Westerns I have encountered. Unpacked the bike and took it to a car wash to wash off the caked dust and mud from yesterday's off road adventures.I had my first bad wet road experience with the K60 Scout on the rear. I pulled out of the car wash onto dry road and the wet rear tire stepped out in spite of very gently opening the throttle. No harm done, just a little Moto GP show for the folks. ( When in doubt open the throttle. It may not solve the problem but in will end the suspense.)
Once the bike was taken care of it was my turn- shower, laundry and food. Shower-good. Laundry- machines were really dirty. Obviously do not get cleaned. There were a lot of construction crews staying there and the machines were full of hardware from their pockets as well as a lot of really grimy dirt.My clothes came out with a somewhat more even layer af dirt than before washing.
I ate dinner at the restaurant in house. It took forever to get any service even though there were only two other parties. My beer arrived 10 minutes after I ordered it.
After watching people who arrived after me get their salads and then their food I went to find out where mine was. Shortly after my entree arrived but not the appetizer. That showed up a few minutes later. I had to go ask for the check after waiting a while. Food was good; service awful.
I got back to my room in time to watch a spectacularly gusty windstorm coat my freshly washed and still wet bike with dirt from the construction lot next door to the motel. Sheesh!
I would not recommend staying in Gillette unless you are a roughneck there for work.
No photos today- just slab. So here are an antelope and some buffalo in Yellowstone from a week ago.


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I took hwy 14 and then 24 this morning to Devil's Tower.


Nothing could prepare a person for the sight of this formation. The place definitely has some strong magic.


I hiked around the base, took pictures and watched some climbers scale the column.


The park has a prairie dog town. I took some photos of prairie dogs on the way out.



From Devils Tower I went to Sturgis. It is pretty quiet there when it isn't rally week. I bought some spray cleaner and polish at the Harley dealer. They do have the polishing thing down.
I had a reservation at the Lazy-U Motel in Rapid City. $55 and the people who own it are great. It was clean and parking was right in front of the room. They also offered bike towels. There is a good family owned restaurant just up the street that serves a nice meal, has interesting beers and attentive service.
After I unpacked I went to Mount Rushmore. I did not pay $11 to park my motorcycle at the parking concession.
I drove by and took a picture of Washington's profile from the "profile viewing turnout" for free.


There are better pictures available of Mt Rushmore than I was likely to take so no need to park. I saw the monument fine from the road.
I continued on to Crazy Horse Monument. I paid here to get in. They use the fees to fund the project. Watched the film- well worth it but did not take the bus tour.
I went back to the motel and later discovered I did not have my card reader. The last place I had it was Helena. Oh well, I'll pick one up tomorrow on my way out of town.
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Left Rapid City after a stop at Walmart to replace my lost card reader.
I stopped at Wall Drug in Wall South Dakota. I wasn't in the mood for a tourist trap so I didn't stay long. I was here in 1968. There is a lot more asphalt and and many more people now. They do still give free ice water.
From there it was on to the Badlands. It is easy to see how this place came by its name.




The harsh remoteness was very peaceful in contrast to Wall. It was very hot and very beautiful.


Sal had to take a siesta in the shade.


It was the only shade for miles.
My technique of filling my camelbak with ice at every gas stop worked out well here. Most gas stations will give you a cup of ice or maybe charge you 25 cents. I'd top it off with water and you have cold drinking water all day. I keep the pack behind me strapped on top of my duffle so I don't have to wear it. I route the drinking tube to the right and through the handle of the right dry bag to keep it in easy reach.


I was clipping it to my shoulder but I kept forgetting and hanging myself when I would get off the bike.
I left the Badlands and slabbed it to Mitchell SD. Stayed at The Thunderbird Lodge- $55 - clean and quiet. I met a guy on a 2011 Gold Wing on his way to visit his in-laws. He rides up twice a year; his wife flys. He had done 700 miles that day. He is 72 years old. I feel like a wuss.
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Left in the morning - First stop The Corn Palace in Mitchell. Weird place. Every year they make murals on the front of the building with ears of corn.







On the way there Sal's light out warning light had come on. Sure enough low beam out. After some shots of the Corn Palace I got out my phone, found an auto parts store, got a bulb and replaced it. All better.
Now I was hungry and wanted coffee. Back downtown to a good cafe. Good coffee, instant presweetened oatmeal so I opted for a panini. It was at least twice as much as a human being should eat in one sitting. The portions out here are nuts.
I had decided to abandon Rte 90. Too noisy, dirty, too many trucks. I took 37 out of town. Picked up 34 east in twenty mles.
Crossed into Minnesota and took 23 to 14. I am heading for the Wisconsin Dells Rally. It has given me an objective to keep me heading east.
I stayed in Owatonna at the Oakdale Motel. $49 for two double beds. Very clean. The deadbolt on door wouldn't close for sagging but otherwise fine. The owners did my laundry for me for a couple of bucks.
I walked downtown (about a mile) to look for a place to eat. Settled for pizza- not much to choose from. A very loud mentally challenged guy came in to get two slices. While he was waiting he struck up a conversation. When his slices came he asked to sit with me. No family. He has lived here a year. He told me he was homeless in Manchester, NH once. I suspect that is a permanent condition. He said he made good money here last winter shoveling snow. The restaurant owner came over to ask if he was bothering me. "Nope. We're just talking." I gave him the rest of my pizza. He seemed pretty happy about that.
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I arrived at Wisconsin Dells Rally at Chula Vista Resort. This place is huge. Nice ride in from Lacrosse on Rt 33. As soon as I hit Wisconsin the land got shapely. I got the last shady tent spot at 2:30.
I replaced a piece of lost hardware from the beak.
Big Ears was there doing custom ear plugs so I had them make a mold for plugs and ear buds.
I ate at the clubhouse. @ grilled pieces of cod with a salad and baked potato for $8. 56. Sat next to Dave(?) a Nam Vet and retired railroad engineer who was here for the rally.
I visited the beer tent and sat to watch the band. I met Dave (really tall fit guy, no alcohol) who was talking up the indoor water park. Two more people came by raving about how fun it was so I added it to my itinerary for tomorrow. I put my name in for the mileage contest.

September 7
I had not planned on riding but Dan, a neighbor invited me to go with him when I stopped by to look at his F8GS. So I figured if he was still there after I got my errands done I would go.
I picked up the oil and filter that Schlossmans BMW had brought up for me and picked up my ear plugs.
When I got back Dan was still there so I got ready to ride.
We did the "alphabet roads" The secondary roads in this area are lettered not named. Beautiful riding. We did a sort of figure eight with a ferry ride at the junction. Didn't find any dirt and I wanted to get back to change my oil and try the water park.
We rode about 100 miles.
I changed the oil and dropped my oil back at the dealer's booth.
Then I went to the water park and had a blast. I stayed a couple of hours and would have stayed longer but hadn't eaten since breakfast.
Fortunately the dinner was early. I was not only surprised that I won Long Distance Female Rider but I was even more surprised that there was an actual award - an engraved aluminum tankard.



Met Stewart and Karen a very nice couple who arrived on their 1975 R75/5 the bike they fell in love on and still ride although they have others. She has an F650. They won oldest combined ages (bike plus riders ages). I sat with them at dinner. They later invited me for pie.
Someone had an Isetta at the rally.

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I was nearly last to leave. fortunately Karen said they call themselves the " crack of noon gang" so that took the pressure off.
Dan came over when he was all packed up and parked his bike in front of mine and asked a neighbor to take a photo of "the two coolest bikes here".


I swear I'm bigger than this.


I pulled out about 9:30- pretty good as I was aiming for 10.
I stopped in Fox Lake for breakfast at Brooke's Cafe- very good veggie omelet. Stewart and Karen saw my bike out front and stopped for coffee.
I arrived at the ferry SS Badger at 1:30 for 2 PM sail. The Badger goes from Manitowoc, Wi. to Ludington , Mi. I was the last one on the ferry except for a tractor trailer with a windmill base. I had no tie down straps with me because I was told they were provided.This is no longer the case so I had to purchase straps from them.

Sal didn't have the best view for the trip. That is the windmill base behind the bike.





I swapped yarns with Rick Jones, percussionist, songwriter and singer from the band Songs of the Lakes.



Coming into the harbor at Ludington



The Captain docking the boat



Nice boat ride on an interesting old coal fired steamer. I suspect her days are numbered.
I stayed at the Viking Arms Motel and got a salad at MacDonalds. Most restaurants were closed on Sunday.
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Travel day Ludington Mi. to Port Huron Mi.
Pouring when I got up. Radar looked like it might slide off to the south if I headed east first. No such luck.
So I stopped for breakfast hoping to give it more time. Nice guy, Art, bought me breakfast because he felt sorry for me riding in the rain. He had been digging holes all morning only to watch them collapse with the rain. I should have bought him breakfast. I don't really mind riding in the rain.
I'm amazed how many restaurants out this way don' t have cream for coffee. They offer those Internationl Delight powdered flavored, sweetened creamers. Even in the Dairy states.
Came through Flint Mi. Pretty depressing. Finally ran out of rain by the time I got to my motel.
The setting for the Baymont Motel in Port Huron looked like the set for the next Road Warrior movie.
It was across from an abandoned mall that contained only an oddball church that seemed to be holding a meeting. Beyond the mall was an identical half-completed and abandoned building that seemed to be home for some scary looking people.
There was an excellent restaurant (Theo's) out on the main road though. They are famous for their tapioca. It was pretty amazing. It was owned by a Greek family that seemed to be thriving despite the odds.
I tried to go for a walk after dinner but the neighborhood was giving me the creeps.
Went back to the motel where some guy was having a screaming phone fight with his girlfriend for an hour in the parking lot outside my window.
You might want to skip the Baymont.
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Port Huron, Mi to Geneva NY
Very hot ,humid and inverted day.
Cut across Canada which was having a very bad air day.
Stopped at Niagara Falls and took some photos.








Tried to find the Erie Canal- no luck. I think the heat had gotten to my brain.
Headed for 90 and slabbed it to Geneva, halfway between Rochester and Syracuse.
Red Carpet Motel-OK
I ate dinner at Pure Indian restaurant in Geneva at the suggestion of my hosts. It was delicious and elegantly presented.
Went for a walk after on the Seneca Lake waterfront. Very nice town with carefully kept up row houses and victorians.
Came back to hotel and uploaded a bunch of photos.
Home tomorrow.
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