Zion National Park 2

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    11 Responses to Zion National Park 2

    1. I hope you don’t mind me asking, storm, but how old are you?

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    2. what is it with the hate on this posts? I found em to be cool posts and better than big dumb bitch casemods posts

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      • I concur.

        Atkinson gets to post every plane ever built and anime chicks.
        Casemods posts the most innane douchebaggery
        I post random Russian military stuff and anime armor.

        This is amazing scenery, keep them coming.

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    3. I gotta know, how many miles you got on that HD Storm? That thing seems well traveled. I’ll be upping some bike pics soon. I had posted my wreck here awhile back, but I’m back in the saddle with a nice little selection of wheels. If your ever cruising southern California, give a shout out.

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      • I bought the 1998 HD Road Glide four years ago. This last trip was 5300 miles- I’ll post the GPS photo. (LOL) I did most of my trips on my 1984 Honda GL1200 Goldwing Interstate. 2000 – Sturgis, 3300 miles. 2001 – Coast to Coast to Coast, 11,250 miles. 2002 – Laughlin Run, 4200 miles.

        Between that I’ve done a lot of local rides. I circumnavigated the state. (WA) I rode as much of the Columbia River Gorge as I could. And I ride to Mt St Helens every year, and I ride around the Olympic Penninsula at least twice a year- there’s some great hot springs out there. I have a state atlas, and I hilite all the roads that I have travelled. You should see my US atlas! Hmmm… maybe I should post a photo?!

        I’ve ridden through 38 states so far. The western states I’ve been in multiple times. Been to about 150 National Parks, Monuments, museums, and historical places. I’ll post photos of my biker patches and other rides. My $50 jean jacket has over $500 in patches sewn onto it.

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        • If you have ever ridden through Orange County (given said info I would guess you have) you must have stopped at Cooks Corner. It’s a pretty old biker bar with history, and I’m becoming a regular. It’s about an hour or so ride to Hells Kitchen off Ortega highway that drops ya to Lake Elsinore. Again, you’ve covered a lot of pavement so it might be old news to ya ha. It’s a good spot in California for canyons.

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