Pics look awesome!! I'm glad someone's camera was still working. I wish I had a helmet cam since there were so many shots that would have looked awesome when I was riding.OK, first cut at pics up on Facebook. Hopefully this link works. Too all of you who told me your names multiple times and who I've still managed to forget, I'm so sorry. What a great time. Now back to reality...
Or maybe not quite yet...
Thanks for the swap. You know, Honda's are suppose to be red.a few cell phone photos
TJ that is a nice XRL, glad I could help with adding bold new graphics
This Photo says it all:Had an excellent time!! Learned a ton for my first dual sport adventure. For the gents that rode back with me to Austin. Glad you liked the route.
One of my favorite, memorable events was witnessing the matador and hearing Clayton on my right talking to himself saying, "Oh, don't do that... OH NO, DON'T DO THAT!!" and then tearing off to be the rodeo clown!!
Another "TAR" for the history Books...........
Great weekend Richard, Thanks for the time an effort that went into this.
Don't have many pics this trip.....Seen one "Texas Gravel Road" seen them all........Do have some pics of a "Swimming Hole" I found.........Sat turned into a warm day. Just when we were looking for some shade, ran across a river crossing that had a cold, clear, 12-15ft deep oasis with a beach and cliffs......Was getting ready to get wet when out of the hills comes some more of those blasted "Dual-Sportin City Slickers"........Wave them on over and everyone gets wet..........
It's asking for me to sign on to view photos.
I ended up with 1010, Dirtbike Dave lives a few more miles down the road. Butt did get tired by the end of the day, butt feels fine today.802 miles? That's impressive Justin. My miles per day went down steadily each day. 271, 200, 85, 0 (trailered home instead of riding). By the last day I just didn't want to face winds like I did on the way out and Clayton had space on the trailer. So I decided to be a passenger.
I was in a bit of a frozen zone and didn't want to stop. 4 blocks later I saw a sign that said "beer", and I stopped. Warmed up for an hour or so, checked out some fu-fu shops, gassed up and left. The ride back was a lot better, not too windy and I knew what to expect as far as distances between civilization.I wasn't bragging, just a statement. I figured some other folks would chime in. We saw Justin ride by in Fredricksburg when we were gassing up, we wanted to pick him up in our group, but missed him.
Some real nice photos. Thanks for linking to an accessible site.Thanks so much to Richard, Connie, Rusty (great GPS seminar) and Scott for all your hard work putting this ride together. The ride book and GPS links made it that much more enjoyable. I had a great time, explored new roads and met some new friends. The banquet and door prizes were not too shabby either!!! I'm already planning on attending next year!
Here's my pics -
You have to have the pics hosted somewhere, like photobucket:I can't get pictures to post like you guys. I can only do attachments. How do you do it Texas DR? Or anyone else.
Hi, Martin,I can't get pictures to post like you guys. I can only do attachments. How do you do it Texas DR? Or anyone else.
It becomes a data storage issue if everyone starts to upload pics to the server. Image taking every single picture every added to Two Wheeled Texans and putting them on your hard drive. You'd run out of room real quick.You can't just take them of your computer files?
You're a forum supporter. You can upload your photos to the photo gallery and link to them from there. One of the benefits of being a supporter. Click on the photo gallery link in the tool bar at the top of the page and check it out.You can't just take them of your computer files?