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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-11-2012, 06:09 PM Thread Starter
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North Cascade Hwy SR20 opening

Rode up to the opening of Hwy 20 yesterday.
the Pass closes in the winter do to snow. The
opening was a noon. I rode with two FJR 1300's
and a Triumph 800. Here is the picture story.

































Great ride! This stretch of highway is rated DH#1 for riding. My first ride
on the V in extended high speed twisties.I'm impressed by it's abilities

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That is one of my all time favorite rides out there within easy reach of Vancouver. Motorcycle bliss.


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Very Nice....Whats the story with the bird????

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Very Nice....Whats the story with the bird????
Loclly they're known as "Camp Robbers" very fearless. It is a
Gray Jay. Gordon was feeding it cookie bits.

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Great pics look forward to getting over there later this summer. Maybe hit chukanut too.
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{{{{{Brrrrr!}}}}} Looks nice but c-c-c-cold man!

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Wow!!! Don't see anything like that here in Georgia! lol! Closest we get is a few inches of snow riding over our cute little Appalachian Mountains when we are brave enough to ride in 40 degree weather ;-)
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great pics thanks for posting

how much snow will be up there when I go thru in mid July?
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