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Just a few pics from a short loop around my area.
[/URL]Irey ford
[/URL]Mill dam
[/URL]Remnants of walnut Logs in old mill dam. Dam was built before 1850, most likely in the 1830's when the area was settled. Water powered mills were not successful in this area, like they were in the spring fed Ozark streams to the south.[/IMG][/IMG]
[/URL]Ford straight fork Moreau river. [/IMG]
[/URL]Alcohol bridge, Moreau river.[/IMG]
[/URL]Witzke ford, Lick fork. This one will catch you by surprise, when you come over the top of that hill, if you don't know its there.[/IMG]
 

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Looks like a great ride! I envy your patience in applying that camo vinyl wrap, it looks great but I'll never do it!

Thanks for the pics of the live water too, one of the things I miss from back East during these Sonoran desert summers.
 

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Did you have the plastics on that bike film dipped for the camo?


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Did you have the plastics on that bike film dipped for the camo?


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No its just a $70 sheet of vinyl I applied myself. I wouldn't recommend it though, unless you have a lot more patience than I have. Hydro-dipped sounds like the way to go if you have the cash.
 

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Great pics, thanks for sharing. :)

Your camo wrap job looks great! I also like the ammo can under the Cyclerack - neat idea.
 
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