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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 04-15-2007, 04:43 PM
 
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Kim... Do you recall where you had your "mountain pie"?

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in some little mining town. the place was called BoJo's i think or something.
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post #22 of 27 (permalink) Old 04-15-2007, 06:19 PM
 
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in some little mining town. the place was called BoJo's i think or something.
Bojo's in Idaho Springs. About the halfway point to the Continental Divide from downtown Denver. Most everyone takes I-70 to Idaho Springs, but I know three very twisty roads that'll take you there without getting on the interstate.
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in some little mining town. the place was called BoJo's i think or something.

Was going to ask if it was BeauJeau's in Idaho Springs... then thought I'd ask where it was you went, and if you said Idaho Springs... was going to say BeauJeau's!

The other post in this forum where I take to K bike to 10K feet ends up in Idaho Springs.

So you have some VRSC company here . The VRSC to Hoosier Pass... http://www.farson.com/video/vrhoosier.wmv
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No Worries,

Here in Park County with all the forest roads nearby, I ride a GS. Something about knowing any road is fair game. And as you possibly discovered, one can own the curves with the thing. Some call the GS "squid bait", and I think it is reflective. So fun to take this thing screaming through the curves.

I saw the demonstrations at Foothills. The ABS demonstration was impressive, as was Brad Hendry on the X County and X Moto. He's the owner's son and I know him well. Last summer he was privateer in the AMA Superbikes. He's also an instructor at the Freddie Spencer's schools.

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Thanks everyone... and yes, it is a special song isn't it -- maybe moreso on a ride in the cold. It's still "What a Wonderful World".
Always love your pictures. Nice job.



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for the pics
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