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We decided to go east instead of our usual westerly direction. Specifically, we decided to go to SW North Carolina. Several of us had been there before and knew there were great roads. I think of NC as Arkansas with tighter turns, different kinds of trees and cheaper motels. An added benefit would be seeing our long lost friend, Bobby, who moved out of Texas and to Georgia. There were seven of us total, our five core riders, Bobby and Danny. Danny rides a BRZ. He had a lemon sized cancer removed from his brain and sudden movement makes him dizzy. He can still ride a cruiser bike at cruiser speed, but felt like his BRZ sporty car would be a better option.

I belong to a woodworking forum and every Christmas they have an auction to benefit someone. The past few years, a week in a house in Highlands NC has been donated. I bought it last November for $850. It “sleeps” nine. Five bedrooms, two baths, living room, LARGE Den, fully stocked kitchen and a deck with a hot tub and a grill. It doesn’t look that large, but 3 bedrooms and the large den are downstairs.
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One of the first pictures I took was the tow vehicle which is also the shop’s tow vehicle. Lucky me. I lost my micro SD card in a parking lot in South Carolina. Someone found it, saw the number on the side of the van, called the shop and sent it back. 32 gig of pictures and video. Lucky me!!!!
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Deck with the separate hot tub deck on the far end. I believe that’s Mark sitting at the table drinking a beer while the rest of us unload the trailer.
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No need to bring your dog, this friendly dog came by several times a day. One of the permanent residents told us his companion dog had recently died and he is lost. He got lots of attention and quite a bit of food from the 7 of us.
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The Kitchen came fully stocked, including a full gallon of ice cream, canned goods, several partial bottles of liquor, coffee and dishes. We consumed all the ice cream and liquor as well as 2 liters of Jim Beam, a liter of Jim Beam Rye and some beer.
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One of the reasons I like North Carolina.
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Go north out of Highlands, through the town of Cashiers and then turn left at this field of flowers. Between this turn off and highway 28 are miles and miles of great roads, half not even on the Butler map.
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My friends admonish me to quit stopping to take pictures of flowers, but when we get home they all want copies of my pictures
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Three of us went on a ride Saturday afternoon. We had left College Station late Friday afternoon and drove overnight. The other four decided to stay at the house and consume as much of the free booze as possible while enjoying themselves in the hot tub.
Ray and Mo at the first waterfall we saw. I like waterfalls and North Carolina and Georgia have hundreds. The view from the road.
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I hiked down to the bottom. Ray and Mo decided not to because of the abundance of poison Ivy.
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Our second waterfall. Paved hike down so we all went. Both of these waterfalls were beside highway 28 which we rode many times so we visited them often. This one is called Dry Falls and Bobby told us that the water is much higher in the early spring or after a heavy rain.
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More later. I'm getting ready for a trip to Colorado, but I think I can finish this tale before leaving this Saturday.
 

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Thanks for posting. More, more!

I have visited this great area although sadly, not on two wheels. Great to see pix of it.
 
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Wait you bought it for $850? Wow if so that is the deal of the century. Or is that the weekly rental amount? I like the flower pictures myself. Took a dozen or so when we went to Colorado last year.
 
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Wait you bought it for $850? Wow if so that is the deal of the century. Or is that the weekly rental amount? I like the flower pictures myself. Took a dozen or so when we went to Colorado last year.
"a week in a house in Highlands NC has been donated. I bought it last November for $850." I did buy the house, but just for a week. $850 is still a bargain for housing for a week for 7 people. You're an English teacher, right?
 
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"a week in a house in Highlands NC has been donated. I bought it last November for $850." I did buy the house, but just for a week. $850 is still a bargain for housing for a week for 7 people. You're an English teacher, right?
Yes that is a super deal. Was not my intention to set you off,just a question. Thank you for the job offer but I am not willing to relocate at this time.:-P
 
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You didn't set me off. I took it as a joke and replied with a joke. At least I thought it was a joke. It's hard to convey tone with the written English language.
 
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You didn't set me off. I took it as a joke and replied with a joke. At least I thought it was a joke. It's hard to convey tone with the written English language.
Your right. No harm no foul. One of my favorite places to eat is in your town. The Longhorn. Wonderful chicken fried steak and sides. I really enjoyed your flower pics hope you have more to post.
 
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I'm headed out to the Asheville are for a week, the first part of July!! Just myself and my best friend from Mount Pleasant Texas!!
 
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I'm headed out to the Asheville are for a week, the first part of July!! Just myself and my best friend from Mount Pleasant Texas!!
Don't go unless you like curves!! I highly recommend going to the Biltmore House. I know it's costly, but well worth it. The largest private residence in the US.
 
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The next day all seven of us went for a ride/drive. We wanted to do the Tail and Cherohala, but it would probably be busy on a Sunday. Instead, we went back to the flower patch north of Cashiers and turned left. As I said, there are lots of roads between 64 an 28 that need to be ridden. We came upon this private roadside park. I’m fairly certain it’s private, not only because of the Ten Commandments plaque, but because there would be no need for a rest stop on such a small lightly traveled road.
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The crew, without me, but including the back end of Danny’s BRZ at the roadside park. The *** of his car is prettier than me anyway.
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The crew including me. Some water crossing.
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Everyone except Phil and Mark. They decided to lead, not knowing where we were going. We stopped to let Danny see Dry Falls.
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Behind the falls
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Typical N. Carolina scenery. This happens to be on the way to the Cherohala Skyway from Highlands.
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We have a friend named Ryan. He died in turn 9 at Texas World Speedway in 1999. His number was 19. Four of us have an endurance team. Our endurance team is Team 19. Ryan rides with us on every ride. When we saw this sign, we knew we had to get a picture. I didn’t see the cemetery across the road until I got home and started going through pictures. Kind of eerie.
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More typical NC scenery. This time, close to the eastern start of the Cherohala.
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This “warning” or as we called it, the start of a toll road that we’re willing to pay extra to ride. Actually the beginning of the Skyway. There is no such warning on the Tail of the Dragon, a much more dangerous road. ???????
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The Bald River Falls are about 10 miles down River Rd from 165 on the western end of the Cherohala. I decided to climb to the top of the falls to see if I could get a good picture. The rest rode down River Road another 10 or so miles. They didn’t want to get exhausted by climbing with me. I made it to the top and back down and was still able to see them drive down the road. No exhaustion. Mark didn’t go with them because his fuel light was blinking and it was still another 15 miles to town. I then decided to get a better picture by getting to the middle of the river at the base of the falls. If you go there, you will see a rock sticking out of the water about 4”. It’s right in the middle of the river. Other rocks will get you close to the ideal rock in the center of the river. The last jump is about 4 feet. If you jump, your feet will not stop when they land on the rock because the rock is deceptively slick. If you lead with your left foot and have your Canon camera in your right hand, you will twist right as you fall into three feet of water. Camera first, of course. Immediately remove your camera battery since the display is blank anyway. When you get back to civilization, put your camera in the oven set at 100 degrees. Leave it overnight with the door slightly opened. Put battery back in the camera when you wake up in the morning. I’M LUCKY.
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The lone car driver in the group. There is a high chance of rain tomorrow and the next day. North Carolina is all about the curvy roads. Curvy roads are not as much fun in the rain. Danny and Bobby decide to go to some old city and look at some old houses. Three of us decide to drive the van to see waterfalls. Two Yahoos stay at the house to insure that the Busch Brewing Company remains profitable.
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Three of us hike to a waterfall. It’s all downhill. Sissies in matching tennis shoes are happy.
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The underbrush opened up to allow me to take a picture of the 60% rain.
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Still happy. I’m wearing my tennis shoe matching rain coat mainly to keep my camera out of the oven.
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Worth the walk.
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Flowers beside the trail. We first saw individual flowerets on the ground. They looked artificial. Look at the upper bloom. If you saw the center floweret by itself, wouldn’t it look artificial?
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Last of the 3 part waterfall.
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Walking out. I’m not sure how much of the frown is fake and how much is last night’s beer.
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Next waterfall. Short walk. Ray on a rock. If it was me on that rock, all you would see is my feet sticking out of the water.
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As close as Mo wants to get to a slick rock.
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Whitewater Falls. Short, easy walk. My puppies are happy.
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Unobstructed view of Whitewater Falls. I wanted to hike down, but the rain has failed to come and the motorcycles are waiting back at the house.
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More NC scenery along 64.
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These roadside flowers were along every road. It seemed some were wild and others carefully manicured.
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These were also fairly abundant. Bobby said that both were indigenous to NC. They did brighten up the road side.
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Again, there was a high chance of rain. Two still in an old city looking at old houses. Two keeping Busch happy. Three riding the Blue ridge parkway. We did see a park ranger today. Two for the whole trip.
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The owner of this bike asked me to take a picture of him and his bike. I did and he let me use his bike as a prop for my picture. Going to be my bike when I get old.
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The road ahead.
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It’s like this for miles along the Parkway and Shenandoah, nearly 500 miles. We didn't ride the full length, but I have in the past on my way back from the Viet Nam Veterans Memorial.
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I had hunting dogs as a teen and found this interesting.
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Scenic view along Foothills Parkway.
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In Gatlinburg, we called the two guys at the house and they decided to meet us at Deals Gap. When they got there, four of them left me to fend for myself at Deals Gap while they rode up and down the Tail. There was an old bike convention going on at the gap. This rip snorting 2 stroke 500cc triple made about the same horsepower as a Ninja 500. In its day, it was awesome. A friend let me ride his 1970 model and it was nothing like my 250 Yamaha.
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A 90cc racer. Remember, they used to have world championship races on 50cc and 80cc bikes.
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Nice looking RD 400.
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350 Bridgestone. Bridgestones were famous for mounting their tanks backwards.
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I thought this sticker on the left was appropriate. Looking closer, I saw that it was copyrighted in 2000. I guess things haven’t changed that much.
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I like the one on the right. Non specific.
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No caption needed. Be careful out there. The rider was luckier than me.
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This is Paul. He rode up just as the rest of my crowd pulled in the parking lot. He was wearing a new first Gear Kilimanjaro jacket and I mentioned that I had the original leather version from the late ’80 or early ‘90s. He then mentioned that he had just bought it and didn’t like it. “Wanna trade?” “Sure.” Notice he’s now wearing a new Fly jacket and I have a maroon and grey Kilimanjaro. Whoop.
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Scaly Mountain ski area, used as a slide area in the summer. $15 for two hours. Five runs is all I could handle. If you hit the side of the trough, and you will, you will spin rapidly while speeding down the hill. I get motion sickness so I stopped and watched Mo and Ray.

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Mo had to be in Austin Friday. We rode double down to Atlanta while the rest of the crew loaded bikes in preparation for heading to Birmingham to see George Barber’s museum and race track. Friday morning I went to the Georgia Aquarium and then took a couple of curvy road that parallelled I-20 until I met them in some town close to Birmingham. Along the way, I was riding this nicely paved 2 lane road when I saw a sign I didn’t recognize. I was going about 70 around a curve marked 40 when suddenly the pavement ended mid curve. Alabama pavement ends sign https://www.google.com/search?q=alabama+road+sign+pavement+ends&rlz=1T4PLXB_enUS626US626&tbm=isch&imgil=hAi6Ns7EvwZO_M%3A%3BLz2kjdh_Xp4MUM%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.cedarsignsinc.com%252Fwarningsigns2.htm&source=iu&pf=m&fir=hAi6Ns7EvwZO_M%3A%2CLz2kjdh_Xp4MUM%2C_&usg=__XAB41tOVBS99BHxkwLIYeb8Ll1Y=&biw=886&bih=731&ved=0ahUKEwiArMmnnKbNAhUDSSYKHaCjAXUQyjcIKw&ei=ZUpfV8DlGoOSmQGgx4aoBw#imgrc=hAi6Ns7EvwZO_M:

End of ride. Going to Colorado in four days for a much needed two week vacation with 20+ members of my family. For a man with no children, I sure am lucky when it comes to family, Lost SD cards and wet cameras.
 
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North Carolina for nearly free. When we go on these trips together, we all pitch in a predetermined amount of money. I had paid for our lodging so I knew I would get a rebate when we returned. Cost for the five that rode in the van was $240 each for transportation, gas and food eaten at the house which included breakfast and dinner. We ate lunch away from the house and dinner in a restaurant one night. That amount as well as eating along the highway and entry fees for the slide, aquarium and the museum as well as personal gas for the bike brought my total to less than $400 for 9 days.
 

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Great trip!
Glad the weather cooperated.
and glad you were only going 70 on that curve when the pavement ended. we all know you could have been going much faster.
Thanks again,
gina
 

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:tab Wow. Those pics bring back so many awesome memories. I think I have almost all the same water fall pics! :lol2: Some of my all time favorite roads are the little paved/unpaved roads around Franklin, Highlands, and Cashiers. Sadly, some of the unpaved ones have been getting paved... Still though, they are GREAT fun!!!

:tab Renting a house/cabin for a week is a great way to stay there for very little money. On our first trip back in 2000, we rented a house in Maggie Valley. It was $125/night. It had three large bedrooms, a huge living room, and downstairs a giant entertainment room with a hot tub, pool table, ping pong, several Lazy-Boys, a "big" TV for its time, and more. It had a full sized garage for the bikes as well. There was a nice large deck outside with a big grill. It was so much better than being in a hotel.

:tab On one of our trips we rented a cabin just North of Franklin. It sat up on the side of a mountain. The views from the deck were incredible. The road going up was not for the faint hearted though. Right before we got there, the owner put down several inches of new gravel!! Even with knobbies, the ride up and down each day was an adrenaline inducing event. It was worth it though!

:tab For straight up technical paved riding, this area is hard to beat. The Tail of the Dragon, also called Deal's Gap, has become kind of touristy and quite crowded. There are SO MANY other great roads!! NC takes real good care of their roads too, nice and smooth with incredible traction.
 
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Somebody found your micro SD card in a parking lot, AND was able to identify and return it? That's not lucky - that's a freakin' miracle.

The Kawi 500 triple - isn't that the same as what was called the Mach III back in the day? In its time, it was supposedly the fastest 500cc bike on the planet.
 
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Somebody found your micro SD card in a parking lot, AND was able to identify and return it? That's not lucky - that's a freakin' miracle.

The Kawi 500 triple - isn't that the same as what was called the Mach III back in the day? In its time, it was supposedly the fastest 500cc bike on the planet.


According to the spec sheet, it made 60 HP. The definition of fast changes fast.
 
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According to the spec sheet, it made 60 HP. The definition of fast changes fast.
True dat. But also remember that there's horsepower, and there's screaming 2-stroke horsepower. The Mach III claimed 0-60mph in 3.8 seconds - pretty common theze days, but extremely rare in 1971 or thereabouts.
 

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Somebody found your micro SD card in a parking lot, AND was able to identify and return it? That's not lucky - that's a freakin' miracle.
Not really a miracle...

The first pic on the card was the one of the van with the shop phone number on it. The person that found the card saw that number and called it. When he was telling me about this a few weeks ago, we decided that it might be a good idea for every trip. Just put out a piece of paper with your contact info on it, take a pic of it before taking any other pictures, and then put that pic on all your SD cards. No guarantee, but it can't hurt ;-)
 
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Don't go unless you like curves!! I highly recommend going to the Biltmore House. I know it's costly, but well worth it. The largest private residence in the US.
I went there several years ago with Chapter O (Goldwingers) from Austin! It was very cool.
This time is more adventure touring with my new Versys!!
 
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Somebody found your micro SD card in a parking lot, AND was able to identify and return it? That's not lucky - that's a freakin' miracle.
The Kawi 500 triple - isn't that the same as what was called the Mach III back in the day? In its time, it was supposedly the fastest 500cc bike on the planet.
tshelfer, here's how lucky I am: Anything I say below in item 1 does not include any falling while intentionally riding on ice covered roads and parking lots.

1 I've been street riding for 53 years and, other than first gear and stopped, fell down once (see above statement). 1970 at over 50 MPH and only sore muscles as injuries. I did tip over my street bike once doing a U turn on a freshly graded gravel road. Only my feet hit the ground and zero damage to the bike.

2 I've never made bike to car contact.

3 No street injuries and nobody riding on my bike has been injured. Well, my wife dropped her brush in 1980 in a 7-11 parking lot and slightly burned her arm when she reached under the bike to pick it up.

4 In 34 years of roadracing I broke a finger and got a little road rash. I've been class champion multiple times and came in second WERA lightweight endurance in 1985.

5 Right now I'm as sick as I have ever been. I have a cold.

6 I have 39 nieces and nephews and 37 of them like me. I've always had children in my life to keep me thinking young. Even my nieces and nephews are having babies now. I have quite a few grand, grand nieces and nephews.

7 I've owned more than 50 motorcycles and put more than 50,000 miles on several of them. Right now I have: Grom, XR100, Mille, FZ1, RZ350 not running, Superhawk, DRZ400

8 I've been going on wonderful dual sport rides for many years and neither me or anyone on the rides has ever gotten a flat.

9 I've owned at least 1 motorcycle since 1964 except for 2 short periods, 1968 joined the Marines, 1975 sold bike to pay tuition.

10 I've done close to 200 track days and only paid for Jason Pridgemore's and Keith Code's, one each.

11 On all my rides, some for more than a month, my bike has never quit except for running out of gas and two times in 53 years is not bad.

12 About five years ago, I fell at 110 MPH in an oil slick. No injuries, not even road rash. The same oil slick that Mark Andrews fell in and broke his femur. Straight after Big Bend at Cresson, CCW right after the dip.

14 Been married to the same woman for 42 years after dating her for 8 years.

15 My wife and I save nearly as much per year as the average family income in the US. We owe nothing.

16 I have a core group of 6 riding friends and I have NEVER asked them if they wanted to go on a motorcycle vacation and not gotten an affirmative answer from at least one of them. Last year I went on a week vacation to Colorado with two of them on a one day notice.

17 Have pictures of my trip to North Carolina because David Atkins found my SD card in a parking lot and for the first time I had taken the first picture with a phone number on it.
 
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Not really a miracle...

The first pic on the card was the one of the van with the shop phone number on it. The person that found the card saw that number and called it. When he was telling me about this a few weeks ago, we decided that it might be a good idea for every trip. Just put out a piece of paper with your contact info on it, take a pic of it before taking any other pictures, and then put that pic on all your SD cards. No guarantee, but it can't hurt ;-)
From now on, I'm doing it on every card that goes in my camera.
 
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That's a great idea for memory cards.

Really nice pics, and great report. That is some beautiful country! We vacationed in Virginia and West Virginia some time back (wow, must be at least 15 years ago!), and it was one of our favorite vacations.
 
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Great luck on the SD card. My haunting memory of lost pics is a trip I took to Key West via Jacksonville and Canaveral. Took many pictures and the SD card would hold near 1000 pics before it got in a bind. Just for the heck of it, my last night in Florida, I downloaded all the pics out of my camera into my computer and erased the SD card. I proceeded West on I 10 in the morning , running about 75 to 85 mph on my Bandit with the computer packed high in the tail trunk. Seems I hadn't secured and locked the box and it sprung open on a bump at speed somewhere's in the last 180 miles and the computer was GONE.
 

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Great luck on the SD card. My haunting memory of lost pics is a trip I took to Key West via Jacksonville and Canaveral. Took many pictures and the SD card would hold near 1000 pics before it got in a bind. Just for the heck of it, my last night in Florida, I downloaded all the pics out of my camera into my computer and erased the SD card. I proceeded West on I 10 in the morning , running about 75 to 85 mph on my Bandit with the computer packed high in the tail trunk. Seems I hadn't secured and locked the box and it sprung open on a bump at speed somewhere's in the last 180 miles and the computer was GONE.
OUCH
 
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TX T, I realized that after 4 pages of threads the last thread is lost when a new one is posted. At my age, I need to go back to my trip threads and refresh my memory. I brought all my favorites back to the top.
 
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Blast of an area to ride. we rode in twice (from Houston) and once I did a fly and ride and stayed with friend and rode one of his bikes. The roads and scenery are primo. No chip seal there.
 
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