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    Thumbs up Weathers kinda nice - time to ride!

    Well that was a fine run out – not dry, but not drenchingly wet either

    Kyllachy Burn on the way to Farr


    Shut gate to Wind Turbines -


    Loch Farr


    River near Whitebridge


    Loch Killin


    Garrogie Lodge


    Fort Augustus Locks


    Loch Ness


    Drynachan Track -


    River Findhorn


    213 miles – plenty of smiles . . . . and I met Mike from this site (he's also a neighbour)

    SteveT


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    Hi Steve, nice photo's once again

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    Yup, nice out. No midges, no caravans.......

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    Nice pictures Steve

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    Enjoyed those - thanks

    Wouldn't it be neat if there was a way of embedding a link to the exif file of a photo so that viewers could identify where each one was taken

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    Indeed, I was just rolling mine out this beautiful morning but:
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    Get those rims cleaned you .

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    Great pics.....lovely place to ride (when the weather is good )
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    Might venture out on mine for a bit seeing the rain has stopped ...

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    Yep, it was quite nice yesterday. Wife and I had a run up to Stonehaven and back - not nearly as nice and interesting as your route Steve - but mine had to be road based (K1300GT) - 'cos the GS is elsewhere at the moment
    Nice to get a run though to keep the cobwebs at bay (mine and the bike!)
    Been out a few times recently - the roads are a bit mucky/muddy - but at least the dreaded salt has gone again.

    Hope it lasts
    Cheers...............................Grizzly

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    Liked that.

    Mines still at the dealer

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    I got out for a few hours this morning around Co.Wicklow, it was a beautiful morning (if a little windy)

    Sent using a Jedi mind trick!

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    Hey Steve, If I was going to meet anyone up Drynachan way it was bound to be you

    I do love getting out on those dirty , quiet unclassifieds....did take me over 2 hours this afternoon to get all that baked on crud off the CCM though

    Mike.

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    Great pics Steve, puts me in the mood for a blast
    Cheers,
    Neil

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    We went to Glencoe yesterday, unfortunately in a hire car, but the last time I was there was on the GS. I've very jealous of the fantastic roads you have on your doorstep, and will be riding up next year, without a doubt.

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    Had a nice wee spin I the dark! Got to say that Clearwater Darlas Rock - awesome output.
    I've gone orange 1290 SA

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