At the end of the causeway I arrived at the Nevada state line, and the end of the paved highway. This would be the starting point for a 5 day adventure into remote northwest Nevada.
As always, thanks so much for following, Chet. I always appreciate your comments.Thanks for another great update.
That volcanic rock looks like it would be hard to get around on.
I like your photo of the causeway,it captures the west...a new adventure just down the road...
I was actually gone by then, I was in that area earlier in July. I can't believe it snowed!I have been following you wanderings for a while now. We must have just missed each other back at the end of July in the Beartooths. We were camped there on the 26th - 30th when it snowed. We have property in Thermopolis, so Red Lodge, Cody , and Jackson are some of our favorite places.
I always look forward to your posts. Thanks for the pictures. I appreciate all of the effort that goes into you sharing with us.
Thanks a lot, Stitebunny! It might even be 6 days, stay tuned,,,You're doing life right!
I also appreciate the time you take to update the trip report! I'm always anxiously awaiting the next installment!
Can't wait to see 5 days of remoteness!
Thanks a lot, Ranger.... days until retirement. Until then we'll live vicariously through you and others. Thanks again for sharing.
Haha! Sorry about that!Arrrghhh!
I just caught up and read many pages and you leave me hanging here?!?!
Neuner,With some of your recent pics, think I realized that you've told us all about your van setup but not the bike? Any tweaks, mods, typical repairs with it? When you head out exploring, what all do you take with you?
Looks like you added a cargo carrier behind the bike on the back of the van?
Again, thanks for bringing us along!