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    Senior Member dstock@alaska.net's Avatar
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    Had a great ride thru the Idaho Sawtooths this a.m. on the Reflex.












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    Bet that was a nice ride! We were near (but still far) you this past week. We spent the week Mule riding in the Cape Horn/Knapp Creek area west of Stanley. Bit warmer than I thought it would be! Like you the TW stayed home. Only after arriving (I had to work and had to meet the family at the campsite later that night) did I find out my father-in-law said I could have loaded the TW in one of his trailers that he brought up. Oh well, getting out and forgetting the rat race behind was worth it being in the Sawtooths.



    I'd like to guess what lake you went too, but I have only been to some of those places once, and not all of them at that. Thanks for the photo's.
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    Looks like peaceful place to be on...

    Nice photos !!!

    Thanks for the sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    I'd like to guess what lake you went too, but I have only been to some of those places once, and not all of them at that. Thanks for the photo's.


    Red Fish, just South of Stanley. It was a warm day, but I got an early start so escaped much of it. That lake is stunning, absolutely crystal clear.

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    The Sawtooths and Stanley Lake may not be Heaven... but you can see it from there... (Gotta get my TW up there one day)




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    Isn't Alaska your home? Did you ride from Alaska on your Reflex?
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    Hello AlaskaTdub,



    I like your scooter

    I had to do a search on Google to view it - i have never seen one on our side of the pond



    Most of the bigger (125cc +) engine size scooters here are the Yamaha T-Max and Suzuki Burgman.



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