[Butting in where probably not needed...]Proposed Route 1.
Butting is always appreciated. I plotted that ccw, but cw works too. My only concern is mileage, 350 can be a lot for some folks, particularly in a group on unfamiliar, technical roads. If the mileage & difficulty isn't a lot more that'd be fine. If it is a lot more miles & difficulty, we could split up as necessary.[Butting in where probably not needed...]
Assuming a clockwise loop on the lower end:
How about, instead of taking boring 41 over to boring I-10, cut off on FM1340 thru Hunt & Ingram back to Kerrville, thence onward. It's a pretty nice road sorta along the Guadalupe.
Me too, 'cept from NW Houston. Anybody want coolers, bags, gear, whatever carried up, meet up with me during the week prior. First come first served. I'll also set up a quick pre-ride-meeting/get together somewhere on the NW side of town Friday morning if necessary.... If anyone departing from the DFW area would like some extra haulin' space, my SO will be following Soozy and I down to Inks in a pickup. He'll have plenty o' room for coolers, musical instruments, or whatever else you may or may not be able to pack on the bike...
yeah... do I need to call and make my own tent site reservations?Ummm...should I call in and make my own reservation?? How many tents are allowed at one site? I should probably get myself secluded because of the snoring I will be doing.
Two tents per spot. Maximum 8 persons per spot. The spots we get should be adjoining, so the boundaries of the 2/8 rules may be flexible. In short, as long as we don't have more than 10 tents or 40 people on our loop, we likely won't get bothered by the Mounties.soozy said:Ummm...should I call in and make my own reservation?? How many tents are allowed at one site? I should probably get myself secluded because of the snoring I will be doing.
Nope. s'done.yeah... do I need to call and make my own tent site reservations?
and Soozy, I'll bring my earplugs