Yesterday I road my FJR 285 miles in search of Fall Colors
My my how my FJR has changed. For the full video check this out.
included all the twisty bits I could find north of Spokane in Destination Hwy's Washington.
Lodgepole Pine trees are the predominate tree around here. Deciduous trees are harder to find so searching for fall color is just an excuse to ride. Sometimes there are some great looking Spruce trees or Aspens. Many of the tree had not changed color yet so I was a bit early. There was some snow in the mountains and along the Cedonia to Addy's road today. The bonus today was a complete shock.
New asphalt on the Gifford to Addy's road. I went off route for some of that. Damn near died when I found it- it was so new stripes were absent and motorcycle caution signs still out. A dead deer was found soiling this hollowed black ribbon of righteousness. Most of the roads are chipped sealed around here or are in a state of disrepair so finding new asphalt is damn near and out of body experience. Sorry no photos of this but I was having too much fun and winter gloves make it hard to take moto photos. It was in the 30's and 40' most of the morning.
Pend Oreille River is only only river running south to north in Eastern Washington.
My 09 FJR with 107,000 miles.
That is what I Did On My FJR Yesterday.