Luck Country Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it was an old road......) and I lost my drain plug due to trying to get over a tree....... Well after 12 miles of pushing the bike my buddy returned with a trail fix to get me back to camp. Unfortunately my riding ended for this trip. We will see what happens when I get ...
... 30 miles from the Minnesota border staying at the Turtle Lake, WI RV Park which is on Route 8. It's nothing fancy at all, but good enough for us. There's a nice breeze, it got sunny and best of all, NO MOSQUITOS!!!! Took Sandy for a nice walk and we gained an hour today......it was a long day,, but all is good and we are continuing to enjoy ourselves. Hope everyone back home is good and keep on reading. Tomorrow we head to Minnesota. Good ...
... Dunlop front tire almost got me hurt a couple of times so I am anxiously awaiting the retirement of that. Garmin 62sc and RAM mount: Gps and mount performed flawlessly. Stayed in the position without issue and kept me on the trail even through some really bumpy spots. I liked that the gps automatically switches to night mode that was one less thing to do in the dark. There are MANY items I need to look into getting soon but for now at least I know that I can run the trails with what I ...
Took the KLR out for a short 30 mile loop the other day...... It felt nice to get out and ride, breathing the fresh air, sun was out, my impressions of the gear are as follows: Kenda rear tire - really good grip off road....... On road not so much I went into a nice long right sweeper turn and the rear tire slipped and slid out! Not enough to low side the bike but definitely enough to knock the turn speed down a few notches. Aerostich 2 ...
Today I again was surprised at how fast aerostich ships out their products. I paid for the bag yesterday and I received it this afternoon. My first impression of the bag was "holy **** it's huge" it has one main pocket and two smaller side pockets. Putting it on the bike was easy as pie it took me less than a minute to have it strapped down and ready to load. Here is a small list of items I fit into it: Sleeping bag Camp stove Fuel canister ...