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#1 Unread post by High_Side » Fri Aug 18, 2006 11:36 pm

This will be not so much a blog, but pics and details of trips that I have taken. I have all kinds of old stuff lying around so I'll try to dig it out and post it when I get the chance. Hope you can find it interesting.....
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#2 Unread post by High_Side » Sat Aug 19, 2006 2:11 am

Well, I've just rolled in from a great week on Vancouver Island and other parts of B.C. I left in the rain, rode out of the rain an hour later and had 4000 spectacular k.m. over the next seven days. Jen "lent me" her Ducati for the trip and I never got the chance to raise it up (we've got a lowering kit on it) before I left. This proved to be an issue in the tight stuff where I got to work on removing the ugly catalytic converter in every tight corner. I was starting to build a case for aftermarket pipes :wink:
Hiway #1A near Johnson Canyon (Banff Alberta)
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The above pic was taken about 1 hour from home. It was cold as hell and despite how the picture looks it was still threatening rain. I had decided that in the 1/2 hour prior to stopping that I would cut a tiny hole in my rain suit to allow my electric vest to work (suddenly after 30 years I get one of these and can't live without it..... :? ) I chose to make the whole in the back near my butt to minimize the chance of water getting in. After fishing the wire through, getting all my stuff back on, getting on the bike, the wire had disappeared back in to the suit. As I am standing here at the side of the road trying to find the now-missing hole, fishing the wire through the hole for a second and third time with my rain suit around my knees, I am cursing and bitching up a storm. I was conscious of listening for approaching cars and how it would look with my "pants down" fishing wildly for something in the crotch area but I never heard the oncoming gang of thirty and forty something women approaching from behind me. The first I heard of them (but not them of me) was a "nice bike" comment as they went sailing by up the hill. They were laughing their aszes of as the rode by.......
I made it to Kelowna late that afternoon feeling like I could take another 4 hours of riding with no trouble at all. This Monster was a big reprieve for my wrists that have grown to despise long distance riding on my VTR. The seat is a great improvement, and the gas range kicks "O Ring" on my regular bike as well. I missed my tank bag (no scratchies on Jens Monster...) and hard bags but the new Ventura set-up is light years better than soft saddlebags...It's not too handy to access with the rain cover though....
The next morning I left Kelowna early with hopes of catching some side roads on my way to jump the ferry to Vancouver Island. I took the 97C from to Kelowna to Merritt as a start which is a high-speed freeway that runs for several miles up and over a mountain range. There is an animal control fence and glass smooth pavement and the average speed seems to be around 140km/hr! (I did my best to bring up that average :laughing: ) It was not that many years ago that the pavement in B.C. was in horrible shape all around and it looked at though it was just going to get worse. Somewhere along the way they figured it out however, and have even began to take it too far by straightening them :shock: This is great for the super-slabs but slowly each year they are un-kinking some of the greatest secondary roads as well. Such is the price of progress.....
Once I got to Merritt I escaped the super slab and took the back road (hwy #8) up to Spence’s Bridges. It was here that I finally made friends with the Ducati on the medium sweepers, recent asphalt and lack of traffic. The scenery on this road has a real old-west kind of feel to it, even down to having an eagle soaring over-head as I slowed to take a picture. It probably feels like deserted emptiness to the people who pass through here often but to me and the Duck it felt perfect.
Stopping to take a couple of pics on hwy #8 to Spence’s Bridges...
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From here I hook up with the old hwy #1 down towards Hope for the Hells-Gate / Fraser River Canyon run. I hadn't been on this road since I was a kid in the back of mom's station wagon and it proved to be much more fun on the Duck. The pavement is mostly pretty good with some nice curves and the raging yet scenic Fraser river running along side. There are still some great tunnels that were blasted through the rocks back in the 1950s and '60s that give this road lots of character. I'm nearly out of gas and somehow managed to miss the only station in Spence’s Bridges. There are a couple of more along the way that have died a slow death in the years since the Coquihalla Hwy went through, and I finally make it to Boston Bar running on fumes....
Scenes from along the Fraser Canyon....
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From here I can't avoid hwy #1 and I jump back on for the drone through the Greater Vancouver area. As I get to Richmond the traffic stops as the same two lanes (in each direction) that couldn't handle the traffic fifteen years ago can still not handle it today. I wonder aloud in my helmet how the hell the same province that straightens all of the back-roads could over-look upgrading the most used piece of pavement that it owns. There are no pictures here as this is hell on hot pavement. As I watch the odd bike fly up the park-lane I decided I would have to do the same if had nay hope of catching my 5p.m. ferry at Horseshoe Bay. Another Gold-Wing rider came along for the ride as we tried to keep moving forward. This went on for several miles and I still would be in that damned line if I hadn't pissed off all of those cage drivers :mrgreen: I make it to the ferry just in time for boarding.......
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The bikes on the ferry included everything from Beemers to Harleys and I help one older-than-me (ahem) lady block up her brand new VTX- Honda. She had been riding for 30 years and yet somehow didn’t feel the need to be a jack-"O Ring" like some of the straight-pipe equipt, non-Asian made motorcycle riders that accompanied us on or crossing. Note to all: Revving the dodo out of your bike with straight-pipes for ten minutes before the ferry docks only proves that you are immensely over-compensating for your small dick. The older lady on the Honda has earned my respect by being genuine, respectful and the real-deal. You sir are an attention starved loser hoping that Vance and Hines can sell you the attention that you couldn’t get in High-School. You sir are a Jack-"O Ring" (and there is almost always more than one on every B.C. ferry) end of rant.
The ride up to Campbell River turns out to be a retina scorcher as I am riding right in to the evening sun. I take the super-slab (#19) and save the costal #19A for another day.

To be continued
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#3 Unread post by ofblong » Sat Aug 19, 2006 7:54 am

sweetness ;D.
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#4 Unread post by KarateChick » Sat Aug 19, 2006 12:24 pm

We, me, I...like pics - gonna be a good blog!
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#5 Unread post by VermilionX » Sat Aug 19, 2006 12:28 pm

that's one huge a$$ tail bag.

nice pics! :righton:
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#6 Unread post by younggun » Sat Aug 19, 2006 12:32 pm

Good story and pics so far
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#7 Unread post by High_Side » Sun Aug 20, 2006 12:50 am

Thanks for the comments everyone. Here is part two: The next day after arriving in Campbell River I decide to take the day off riding and spend the day with the family and head to the lake. I hadn't mentioned this as of yet but my wife, kids, mother-in-law and brother-in-law had taken the van on a parallel journey so we could combine parts of our vacation but I could still fit in my bike trip. We were all based out of my sister-in-law's house in Campbell River for most of the stay with me staying a night in Victoria. The lake was great and my son cought a 2 1/2 pound trout in the first 10 minutes of fishing. Happy, happy kid..... The lake is on the road to Gold river and has to be one of the most awesome bike roads out there!
I was concerned about he rear tire of the Duck going the distance on this trip before I left home but I was shocked to see just how quickly it had deteriorated on the trip to the island. I would need a tire soon and I had to spend a little time on the telephone to find one. The only place that stocked the correct size Michelin Pilot was the Ducati dealer in Nanaimo which could fit it in for the low price of $400! The lesson here was about planning ahead when traveling to Bring Cash. This tire would have ran me about $250 back home but what are you gonna do???? I was lucky to be able to get it in......
I rocketed down to Nanaimo the next morning for my 11am appointment at Harbor City Motorsports. They turned the bike around in about an hour while I went for lunch and planned the day. I had hoped to make it to Port Renfrew on the west coast by late afternoon but convinced myself not to get "Destination Tunnel Vision" and miss all of what the back-roads had to offer. I am a slow learner and it took me many years to figure out that you can see more in 1 hour seeking out back roads than you can in 10 days on the super slab. Freeway is Freeway - no matter what state / province that you ride through it's all the same with only the roadside vegetation and distant scenery changing. I feel sorry for distance riders who only mark their successes by how far across the map they ride and not what they have ridden through along the way. This causes me to take an exit in to wine country as I am determined not to take the #1 down to Victoria.
Wine country is pretty scattered and spread out through rolling hills connected by narrow, sometimes rough winding roads in the S.E. part of the province. Here I come across an old barn with a 1950 something truck parked beside it looking like the perfect photo-op. I stop and grab some pictures but somehow manage to screw up the perfect setting......
A few cracks at taking a picture:
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A few dead ends and up the road a little way I come across this gothic looking little church and graveyard next to a train bridge. Getting a good angle to catch the whole thing is impossible so I split it up in to a couple of little ones.....
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After more exploring I crossed hwy #1 and jumped on every "No Exit" road I could. The pavement over here was as smooth as glass, up and down and twisty as hell. This was the first time during the trip that the pavement was smooth enough to get the Duck to the edge of the tires without scrapping the cat converter....most of the time.....
A bridge along the way
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A couple of dead ends brought some nice ocean views
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An interesting tree near a penitentiary at yet another dead end. THIS was a fun road!
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As it's now getting late in the afternoon I take hwy#14 through Sooke on the way to Port Renfrew. This road runs along the ocean in places but is mostly inland and progressively gets twistier and VERY bumpy as you get closer to Port Renfrew. The road reminds me of the famous "Road to Hanna" on Maui with it's twists and turns and one lane bridges. I start to bang the cat converter on the Duck severely and often so I'm forced to slow down. By the time I get to Port Renfrew all of the rooms have been booked by fishermen for the big salmon run. I snap a couple of pics, plug in the vest and head back to Victoria...
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On the way back I stopped to grab a pic of this road to show just how crazy it gets in places. Unfortunately this pic does not do justice to just how steep this corkscrew really is:
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I make it back to Victoria early in the evening and find a place to crash. I head out to grab a pint and take a few pictures but the digi-cam and lights don't seem to get along. This city has been called the most beautiful in Canada and for good reason. I wish Calgary would take note and build something that would stand the test of time. I'll have to return in the morning for some better pictures.
Cheers,
To be continued.....
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#8 Unread post by noodlenoggin » Mon Aug 21, 2006 8:25 am

Wow! Those pictures are excellent!
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#9 Unread post by blues2cruise » Mon Aug 21, 2006 9:11 am

I think the intersting tree you saw is a Garry Oak.

If you ever head down that was again, when you get to Hope, you don't need to go #1 to get into town.
You could go Hwy# 7. You will find it a bit slower (mostly posted at 80kmh) but oh so much nicer.
Cross over at the Albion Ferry (a free 5 minute river crossing) to Langley. You can then continue on your way to the ferries from there.

Nice pics and blog so far.
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#10 Unread post by ofblong » Mon Aug 21, 2006 3:05 pm

DANG everytime I see these pics it makes me wish I had the 12 grand saved already for that MS1000DS I want.
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#11 Unread post by High_Side » Mon Aug 21, 2006 8:45 pm

blues2cruise wrote:I think the intersting tree you saw is a Garry Oak.

If you ever head down that was again, when you get to Hope, you don't need to go #1 to get into town.
You could go Hwy# 7. You will find it a bit slower (mostly posted at 80kmh) but oh so much nicer.
Cross over at the Albion Ferry (a free 5 minute river crossing) to Langley. You can then continue on your way to the ferries from there.

Nice pics and blog so far.
Thanks Blues. I'll keep that in mind for next time I get out there....and I will arrange a ride with the Dr. and you.
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#12 Unread post by High_Side » Thu Aug 24, 2006 11:39 pm

Then next morning I awake to sunshine and warm temps. I head downtown to get pictures of what the digital wouldn't take the night before. All of the pics you see are by the Legislature Buildings downtown Victoria taken within one block:
The British Columbia Legislature Building....
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A shot of the harbor
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The historic Empress Hotel....
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I then proceed to blast outta town bound for Tofino. This road was also a damned good bike road but covered with too much construction and traffic. At one point I pass a Pontiac GTP (or some other dodo GM car... :wink: ) who seemed to take offence to the fact that he had been passed. He then used a couple of the straights to catch up to me and ride right up my azz. He was nearly drifiting the thing to stay on me through a couple of corners all while a was riding at a moderately fast pace. THese kind of boneheads don't need to be egged on so I took the opportunity to use a pull out and let him pass. As I pull back out right on his azz I can see his wife giving him an earfull right in front of me! Priceless. I then repass as he is back at the speedlimit and he sheepissly stay well clear of me even at construction stops form there onward :lol:
As I role in to Tofino the cloud and fog roles in and threatens rain. It is cool once again but it doesn't deter then hundreds of tourist who are waling around and hanging out on Longbeach. I had hoped to kickback on the beach for an hour or two but instead just stop for a couple of pictures before heading down to Ucelet. I narrowly missed getting an awesome pic of a floatplane flying at the same altitude as my bike as I set it up for a shot on the peer.....DAMN!
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I then work my way back to the east coast where I take the old costal hwy #19A. It's a nice ride along the old motels before I come across this old abandoned "boat-restaurant". Hey this would look cool behind the bike.....
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I get back to Campbell River in early evening just in time to hang out with the boys for an hour before they head to bed. The next day will be the long haul across the ferry and on to Kelowna. I opt to take the Hope-Princeton-5A route on the way which is a great ride. I've been through Princeton before but the 5A is a low traffic great ride. They were just finishing laying down a fresh coat of pavement so NEXT year it should be truely great. I haul Azz down the 97C before getting back to Kelowna. I'm getting damed tired and as I role in to town I stop for gas to be ready for an early morning get-away. I role up the hill toward the relatives when reached down to re-set my trip meter. As look backed up there was a crew-cab Chevy turning left right in front of me catching me completely off gaurd. The truck then stops half way in to my lane as I slide right through in front of where it was just going to be. I then catch a glimpse of a truck load of teenage girls laughing and not realizing how close they had just come to taking away the dad of a couple of small kids. I had ridden all this way and then nearly get taken out a few blocks from my destination. It was a rooky-style msitake that should never have come to pass that I can only blame my own fatigue on. Even though I didn't feel uncomfortable on the Duck I had let my mental state lapse to where I was missing the obvious ones. Later that night as we sit around having drinks with the relatives I look at my boys and realize how close I had actually came....
The rest of the ride was pretty uneventful which was a good thing considering the day before. Eight hours after I leave Kelowna I land back in Calgary with the Duck slightly overdue for a valve adjustment....
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#13 Unread post by rapidblue » Thu Aug 24, 2006 11:42 pm

nice blog, great pictures too.

I love that bike. soooo sexy.
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#14 Unread post by ofblong » Fri Aug 25, 2006 2:56 am

glad you made it through safe :D.
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#15 Unread post by High_Side » Fri Aug 25, 2006 6:29 am

Thanks guys!

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#16 Unread post by Sev » Fri Aug 25, 2006 7:54 am

Really Diggin the Pics!
Of course I'm generalizing from a single example here, but everyone does that. At least I do.

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#17 Unread post by High_Side » Wed Aug 30, 2006 10:21 pm

I'll throw in a pic or two of a recent ride with TotalMike and Jen....
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#18 Unread post by High_Side » Wed Sep 13, 2006 11:00 pm

Back in 2004, my longest-standing-buddy Cal and I took off for Wyoming for five days on the bikes. We have done countless tours together and we always have a great time. We've missed the last two seasons due to work schedules but these pics bring back some great memories:
Heading south of Helena Montana:
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Once we hit Yellowstone we to head east towards the Beartooth pass. The road there runs along the Wyoming / Montana border until you begin to climb the pass. The Buffalo still roam free here and we stop to take a pic.
Tatonka of Yellowstone...
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We run in to deep snow in the later part of June.
The pics are poor but you get the idea...
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When we get to 9000' we stop for some pics by the snowmobiles....
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By the time we reach the summit at nearly 11,000' the 48mm carbs of the VTR are struggling as the bike won't idle and continuously backfires. Cals SV doesn't miss a beat....
The north side of the pass is switchback city all the way down. We stop and visit with a couple of riders on the Three-Flags run and take some pics.
The north Side of the Beartooth....
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We head towards Red-Lodge Montana to find a place to stay for the night. We head out to find a pub to watch game 7 of the Flames / Tampa- Bay Stanley Cup series. This turns out to be one of the best places to party that we've ever come across on a bike trip...... 8)
To be continued.....
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#19 Unread post by Z (fka Sweet Tooth) » Thu Sep 14, 2006 7:27 am

Awesome pictures, thanks for sharing! I love the Ducati as well, very sexy.
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#20 Unread post by High_Side » Sat Sep 16, 2006 3:51 pm

The pub we ended up at in Red-Lodge had a few T.V.s and the bar-maid managed to find the hockey game even though she assured us that no hockey had ever been watched in the place. There were a few locals at the bar who we were chatting with who knew nothing about the game but started to get in to it and ended up cheering for the Flames right along with us. As the place filled up more and more people were getting in to it being and the place was more in to the game than most bars would have been back home. When the Flames narrowly lost the drinks started being rounded up and we partied with the friendliest group of locals we have ever come across on a bike trip. The house band then fired up and it wasn't long before Cal and I were jamming with them (we were in a band together for many years... 8) ) The windows were open to the street and the place filled to the rafters with people who were all out for a great time. A young kid asked if he could "get his Strat from the car and jam with us", then proceded to blow us away by being one of the best players we had ever jammed with. We closed the place down, nearly too drunk to make it to the hotel. The locals at this place know how to party, and I'll go outta my way to go back there next time I am in the area.
The next day we looped around the east side of Yellowstone and then west up over the Chief Joseph pass. My head was a little hazy from the night before and it was threatening rain for most of the day. As we went up the mountain the cloud rode up in to the clouds without ever getting anything more on us than a little mist. The red rock in this area makes for some spectacular scenery.
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As we head east out of Yellowstone we blast towards north-east Montana to catch Glacier parks' Going to the Sun road on the way back to Calgary
Jackson River Gorge - Montana
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A couple of Logans pass
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