I assume he is taking the pictureAgreed. Where’s the rider? Hiding in the bushes? Walking 1/2 mile up the road? Maybe I’m blessed but I can hardly stop to look at my phone west of del rio without someone stopping to see if I’m ok. I think those that live there know the dangers and take care of folk. Just my experience and I thank everyone of them.
I only just saw this, and that's totally unfair.Now that is funny. Reminds me so much of my boys at about that age. No telling how many time they would come walking up to camp saying "I thought I could make it".
Look at the wear on the silencer.
US 550 North of Durango? I read that they had to do some preventative avalanche triggering and that in places the highway had over 60 feet of snow over it!! According to CDOT's website, they already have it re-opened!
Yes I saw that, how did they survive??US 550 North of Durango? I read that they had to do some preventative avalanche triggering and that in places the highway had over 60 feet of snow over it!! According to CDOT's website, they already have it re-opened!
In related news, the home of the Sheriff that lives in Lake City was WIPED out by an avalanche a few days ago. It was on the Cinnamon Pass road just out beyond the lake. It was a big three story home with a huge barn next to it. Looking that the "after" pic, you'd never know there had been anything there. There wasn't even any debris left! He and his two daughters were home at the time and somehow all three survived!
I think we take safe driving for granted. Given how many millions of people live in the greater Houston area, I am really amazed that the numbers are not considerably higher all the time, especially given how I see people drive!!