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  1. Quite possible the carriers were the Hornet and Midway. Both were up there at that time as Midway left San Diego in 1992. Ironically I almost took a shot of Midway & my VFR two days ago but but I forgot!
  2. A very cool hole in the wall place. I went once. Have to get back to Colorado!
  3. A fantastic VFR sweeper road. Incredible views. Did you see any sheep?
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    Idaho, Montana, Washington

    Late June and early July VFR tour in 2011
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    2008 Marriage/VFR Workshop and Sierra Tour

    Ebbetts (Sierras), Stevens Pass (WA State) and tour of Sierras
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    NorthRim & Utah

    4 V4s to Utah and back to San Diego
  7. Another great road. This is another one on my list to repeat! Thanks.
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    Rt 49

    Yes this is a California Gold run!
  9. Rotopax is a slick solution. With my KLR in Alaska I packed two MSR bottles plus stove fuel if things were really bad. Most folks up there who do a long run with temporary gas just use an approved plastic fuel container ( One gallon or so) that you can buy at almost any gas station . They just strap on top when not in use. You fill it up just before an 'anticipated" long run without gas and then empty the contents after 60 miles or so to minimize the container risk. I had one 250 mile run without gas in Alaska but did not use the emergency gas. I always carry at least a MSR bottle on tour. I have been over 200 miles several times without a gas station to include Nevada and West Texas.
  10. Monitor Pass is a gateway drug to many more in the Sierras!!!!!
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