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09-24-2010 05:57 PM
wib714
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I am on both right now,send me a friend request ,Denny Moore
that was a quick find, but we already have a couple mutual friends!
09-24-2010 04:53 PM
Ceal
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Originally Posted by vulcanjoe View Post
watch out for the cacti
hahaha none of those in town, only on the highway and mostly away from the highway itself lol.

That would certainly be a painful encounter!
09-24-2010 02:23 PM
denny6006 Fontana is one of my favorite places to fish Old Dog,I used to go to Knoxville and head east now I go in from the Bryson City end too.Pulling a boat on the dragon is a recipe for disaster now.I liked it before it was "discovered".I stayed at the old motel at Deals Gap before it burned. Now when we go down we usually stay at Fontans village or in one of the cabins.An interesting side note ,My grandmothers log house was dismantled and moved to the right side of the road Between Deals gap and Bryson City on the road that winds along the lake.Near Tuskegee? I think is the name of the little community.



09-24-2010 10:35 AM
Old Dog
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We rode a short part of Moonshiner 28 yesterday. Got off the Dragon and rode to Bryson City for lunch. A few leaves but nothing to worry about yet. Traffic was light on 28 but pretty busy on the Dragon. Now we've got to head back to flatland South Texas
Bryson City, now that brings back a bit of old memories, stayed in the Calhoon hotel several months while doing map inspection for USGS in 1960 & 61, I wonder if it is even still there, probably not...lol...
I have also worked at Fontana dam and drove the Dragon in the 80s, had a new Supra then and no traffic, that was fun, but 2-3yrs ago went up with some cycle ridin buddies and rode the Dragon, a rat race now, I can and will find better places to ride and leave the Dragon to the crotch rocket riders...... Just don't forget the leaves are a fixin to be there in those curvy mountain twisties......
Have a good one...Old Dog...
09-24-2010 12:57 AM
vulcanjoe watch out for the cacti
09-24-2010 12:40 AM
Ceal I'll have to remember that if I ever take a trip on my bike... There are no trees to worry about here, but we do have a LOT of sand though.
09-23-2010 11:41 PM
denny6006
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I'm looking for the "I like" button but were not on facebook!
I am on both right now,send me a friend request ,Denny Moore



09-23-2010 11:30 PM
Ron That's a problem for me each fall. I live 4.1 miles from the two lane road at the bottom of the hill. In that mostly tree lined road is 55 turns with a rise and fall in the road elevation of over 800 feet. It's even worse when it's wet.
Ron
09-23-2010 11:29 PM
wib714 I'm looking for the "I like" button but were not on facebook!
09-23-2010 10:59 PM
ladybiker706 We rode a short part of Moonshiner 28 yesterday. Got off the Dragon and rode to Bryson City for lunch. A few leaves but nothing to worry about yet. Traffic was light on 28 but pretty busy on the Dragon. Now we've got to head back to flatland South Texas
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