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post #1 of 4 Old 10-13-2008, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Ride to Devils Den

OK hear we go got some pic's most of camp and creek below camp took more of the ride I went on with Hograghy but i guess my pic skills stink they were all whit don't know what happened. any way enough whining over lost pic's.

Loaded down the bike and trailer with all my gear i could pack headed to Devils Den state park south of Fayetteville AR. bike with trailer run flawless got her up to 70-75 on the intestate towed excellent. had several mud and water holes to get in to camp got thew them OK while exploring for camp got into a spot turning around well bottom line i found out just how heavy bike gear and trailer was had to lay it down could not hold it. Oh [email protected]$%T had to get all the gear of bike unhook trailer from bike laying on it side that was rough. got her all back up right went bake to first sight made came. Saturday
Hograghy road down this is in his back yard by the way we took of down a dirt road hwy didn't know they still existed but there we were did not look at mileage when we started but that road seamed to go for ever up the mountain around down the other side cross the creek and up over another finally found some black top weaved our way across country got over to old 71 hwy great road lots of twisty up and down got all the way in to the out side rubber on my tires had a blast tying to keep up with Hograghy all in all i think we run close to a 100 mile track around the Ozark's old hwy 71 is a must do if ever in the neighborhood. once again sorry for lost pic's of our ride but you can take my word for it beautiful county in Hograghys back yard.









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post #2 of 4 Old 10-14-2008, 11:26 PM
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VERY, nice to meet you Mike. Seriously, come back any time. Tell you what I will do since I'm such a nice guy. I will take our trip again solo, or will take volunteers, and get the pictures for you. You got to take away the memory, which will last forever. I'd never been exactly where we started and want to go back to a few spots and explore.

That is one tricked out trailer. The new shock looks nice. I want one just to tag along behind me incase I want to buy some firewood.

Don't forget a tail light for it.
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post #3 of 4 Old 10-15-2008, 05:05 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks Hograghy found out the problem stinking memerey card is full. had to blame it on the wife LOL.

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post #4 of 4 Old 11-10-2008, 07:52 AM
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Nice man, This is exactly what made me want a KLR as my first bike. I cannot wait to take it on camping trips like this.

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