When you do get some time Bill, let me know.WEGUNTER wrote:Mike,
wish I had some time to spare in order to ride with you. I think I recognize that lake. Looks like it is the one down in the Hoffman Game area. The SandHills Kennel Club should be right up the road from it. That stretch of land (Between Rockingham in the south and Candor to the North) is where they run the land navigation course. Pretty nasty terrain in the summer.
The water pic and the others from the last ride were all taken near Pageland SC. It's very similar terrain to Hoffman. I can't imagine having to be in those woods in July/August.
Thanks.Swain snow wrote:Great photos and what nice country for a trip. No snakes here in NZ-not even in the zoo. To show my lack of knowledge what is the electronic gizmo on the right on your set up. I'm sure I recognise the GPS but what is the other fellow and is he waterproof?
No snakes? Catching snakes is part of growing up in the Southern US, for country boys anyway.
The gadget on the right is my cell, a S5, and yea it's supposed to be waterproof. I'll stow it away when the heavy rain starts though. I'm trying a few gps apps and offline maps, on the phone, as an alternative to the Garmin unit.
Tomorrows weather should be nice, a high of 58 and sunny, so I'm planning a lap to Pageland, Hoffman and back to Albemarle. About 220 miles.