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35 Going to the Sun
© Lorne Black

35 Going to the Sun


© Lorne Black
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2014 Can-Am

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  • 28 mm
  • f f/6.3
  • ISO 400
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I should note that from St Mary west to Logan Pass, pictured behind the VFR, there was 9 + miles of road work - enough that TKC80 would be a better tire choice ;-) Dunno if they'll finish before winter closure.

The clouds look threatening but by West Glacier the sun had reappeared.

More to comeā€¦

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Sure enuf.. one of the better bits of scenery in the PNW..loved the ride on Going TTS, but I ended up up in the RV train, moving at a snails pace for a long part of the trip...lesson learned.."pick your days in off season to avoid the blue haired cage driver pulling 30ft fifth wheels"

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Great pic, how did you keep the bike so clean on that ride and what is that petrol-coloured sheen from the windshield? A camera trick?

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Thanks, fabio. I think the white colour hides a lot of the dirt, but look closely at the wheels. That said, I carry a can of Honda Spray Wax, or similar, and dust it at day's end.

The rainbow colour on the windshield is intensified because I had a polarizing filter on my camera. You can see the same effect on lots of clear plastic, like the small rules from your school days.

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