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    Bighorn Mtn Loop

    Did the Bighorn loop Sunday! 390 miles with lots of pictures, So I got to do Ten Sleep Canyon and Shell Canyon. Low temp was 29*f as I was pulling out from Power River pass. The first set of pictures are on HW 16 up and over and down Ten Sleep Canyon. Here is the trip map. https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Mave...773523!1m0!3e0
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    This is HW 14 going up from Graybull. Shell Canyon, Granite Pass 9,033 feet, Burgess Jct . Lunch at Bear Lodge at 8,000 feet then off the hill towards Dayton at just 4,000 feet.
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    Thanks for sharing the great pics!
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    Have been both routes through the Bighorn and loved them. Both times were in September and it was beautiful Here is a pic of my wife on her first motorcycle trip and one of her first mountain pass travels.
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    We live in far SW Texas and still get to the Bighorns almost every year. That is beautiful country. But I do have to ask. What is that white stuff I see in some of the photos?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    We live in far SW Texas and still get to the Bighorns almost every year. That is beautiful country. But I do have to ask. What is that white stuff I see in some of the photos?
    Angel Dust left over from the blessing bestowed on those that get to ride in such a remarkable place. Kinda like the sand you have down in the glorious Big Bend area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by garthw View Post
    Have been both routes through the Bighorn and loved them. Both times were in September and it was beautiful Here is a pic of my wife on her first motorcycle trip and one of her first mountain pass travels.
    Very nice!
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    Been a very strange winter here and to get to do the Bighorn loop in March? I have got out all winter. A lot think that I'm just nuts, but I just love this little bike. P.S. maybe a little.
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