1st North American Super Tenere gathering - Whitehorse,Yukon Ca - July 1-5, 2012

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Good memories George thanks. ::008::
 

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RockyDS said:
Just paste the video URL ...

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Thanks for the info, I am used to copying the code Youtube gives you to embed (used on my blog) or to share (used for Facebook) but it was not working ::)

Now I just copy the link at the top of the page/browser and it works, I guess I was over thinking it ;D
 

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limey said:
Good memories George thanks. ::008::
Yea, it was a great day and I had more fun after you guys left and went north to Haynes Junction ;)

I went back again a few miles down the road to take pictures and have more fun in the mud ;D

I will make another video soon, my computer is not as fast as the Tenere :D
 

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Make sure to include the corner you took a little too hot. I can't wait to see that from the first person perspective. ;-)

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Nice video. This reminds me that I still need to go through my photos from that trip but it might still be a bit. Right now I am in Iceland busy taking more photos.
 

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Photos, better late then never.

I have attached a few of the highlights here but you can see more at the following link.

https://picasaweb.google.com/116108012694562620227/Whitehorse2012?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCPKpwrSo1oidBg&feat=directlink


The Trip North!


Home Sweet Home. Thanks again Rem for letting us crash.



If you could only see the smile on Limey's face. I never knew anyone could crash and be so happy about it!



Where is this guy taking us... :-\
Ya, it really is as slick as it looks. Isn't that right Troll?



Emgee with FREE BEER!
 

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pnwrider said:
Photos, better late then never.

I have attached a few of the highlights here but you can see more at the following link.

https://picasaweb.google.com/116108012694562620227/Whitehorse2012?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCPKpwrSo1oidBg&feat=directlink


The Trip North!


Home Sweet Home. Thanks again Rem for letting us crash.



If you could only see the smile on Limey's face. I never knew anyone could crash and be so happy about it!



Where is this guy taking us... :-\
Ya, it really is as slick as it looks. Isn't that right Troll?



Emgee with FREE BEER!
hey pnwrider, I finally busted that slick road we were on. it was a way cool 75km ride off the south canol 150km round trip into some really remote country. fun to see some pictures again.
 

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troll said:
Emgee, pnwrider and limey.... here is a picture of what our goal was that day up Sidney Creek. the photo is taken 71km off the South Canol, about 65km past where I took the dirt nap ::26::
Is this Sidney Creek road a side road off of South Canol ?
 

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Yes, it is. It takes right off and heads west. There has been a mining venture in there just the last few years and the road has been upgraded but I don't know much more about it. I did some work out there about 3 or 4 years ago when I was working for an environmental company. We found chinook salmon juveniles in the area (Iron Creek). We did all our work from the air, so I'm really not familiar with it. Troll can fill you in. But yes, it takes right off from the South Canol. R
 

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rem said:
Yes, it is. It takes right off and heads west. There has been a mining venture in there just the last few years and the road has been upgraded but I don't know much more about it. I did some work out there about 3 or 4 years ago when I was working for an environmental company. We found chinook salmon juveniles in the area (Iron Creek). We did all our work from the air, so I'm really not familiar with it. Troll can fill you in. But yes, it takes right off from the South Canol. R
Rem has it right.... ::008:: about 50km up the South Canol and just past the Sidney Creek crossing the road heads West for about 75km. It is slick as snot as the boys can atest and in bad shape until dry weather is around for a few days. We tried during the rally but only got about 5km in before turning around. ::26::
 

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Thanks for the photos and good memories Ryan. I have to say I had a blast that day actually I had a blast the whole trip but I do feel like have to go back to explore the Canol rd especially seeing that photo you took Troll. I'm thinking 2014. ::001::
 

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Re: Re: 1st North American Super Tenere gathering - Whitehorse,Yukon Ca - July 1-5, 2012

limey said:
Good work there George. ::008::
Thanks Paul, no one else seemed to notice the video or post

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Re: Re: 1st North American Super Tenere gathering - Whitehorse,Yukon Ca - July 1-5, 2012

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Thanks Paul, no one else seemed to notice the video or post

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come on George.... I noticed. You have done a real nice job blogging your whole trip and the Atlin ride is really well represented both in your writing and your pictures. I love riding the Atlin Road... ::26:: ::26::
 
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