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  • Offline 406upser   us

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    Glacier Park Ride
    on: 12 September, 2022, 05:54:24 am
    12 September, 2022, 05:54:24 am
    So we decided to take one final trip before the weather changes as it does in Montana. Smoke filled inversion layer, but a perfect 72 degrees. Chose to head east on Highway 2 and hit the Continental Divide.



    Then continued on to St. Mary and the East Glacier entrance. St Mary was windy, but still allowed for some nice views.



    Continued up the Going to the Sun Road to Logan Pass. A little hazy, but still was able to get the carrot in a shot.



    Headed down and wouldn't you know it... The Pine Swine decided to pull the old man over... Granted, I warned him not to pass... But, some people think they can get away with it... Not today 😂



    Got back and it was a cool 51 degrees... Might think about heated grips or heated gear... Got a little chilly.

    Ride safe!
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    Re: Glacier Park Ride
    Reply #1 on: 12 September, 2022, 10:41:56 pm
    12 September, 2022, 10:41:56 pm
    Thanks for sharing 406upser, great photos of your back yard and the local pine swine aint bad too..  :164:
    Keep the ride reports coming mate  :028:
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