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Offline ofreen

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Re: Interesting Roads and Destinations
« Reply #125 on: June 01, 2019, 01:29:36 pm »
Here are few photos from a few years ago rescued from photo#$%*et.  My brother had never ridden Chief Joseph Highway, Beartooth, or the Going To The Sun road, so we decided to make it a trifecta. 

US 150 through the Uintas in Utah was a good start, a great road in its own right. 






Chief Joseph Highway -





A couple of pix on top of Beartooth Pass -




The general store in Neihart, MT -



Going to the Sun -





The town park at Dupuyer, MT.  Free camping and highly recommended.  Apparently grizzlies like it too, which some people may consider a drawback.

« Last Edit: June 03, 2019, 08:02:54 pm by ofreen »
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Re: Interesting Roads and Destinations
« Reply #126 on: June 03, 2019, 04:13:22 am »
Wow, you guys even pack a recliner too?!  ;D

Beautiful country, thanks for posting!  8)
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Re: Interesting Roads and Destinations
« Reply #127 on: June 03, 2019, 03:21:24 pm »
Great pics, thanks for sharing Greg...
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Re: Interesting Roads and Destinations
« Reply #128 on: June 03, 2019, 06:15:50 pm »
Thanks guys.  That chair was in the middle of the road when we came on it.  I think it had laid there all night and it had been rained on.  It made for a good photo, but it was a cool morning and my ass was damp for the next 100 miles.  :D
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Re: Interesting Roads and Destinations - Frisco, Utah on Utah 21
« Reply #129 on: Today at 02:44:09 pm »
Frisco, Utah lies west of Milford on Utah 21.  It was an active mining town established in the late 1870's and sounds like it was a wild place at the height of activity.  I first poked around it in the early 90's and compared to then a lot of the old buildings have caved in.  But what catches the eye from the highway are the charcoal kilns up on the hillside.  So here are a few pix of old Frisco, a town that is quickly being reclaimed by the earth like so many other forgotten mining towns in the west.  Some irony there, I reckon.








The charcoal kilns are quite a feat of masonry.  Time is taking its toll though, and I wouldn't want to be standing in one during an earthquake, or even a heavy thunderstorm. 










I ducked in one to take a couple of photos but didn't linger.  I don't think the HJC would have helped much if something came loose.


A little history is provided on a plaque at the site -


It is a long stretch between Milford and Garrison on 21.  We also traveled US50 in Nevada (touted as the loneliest highway) on this trip and saw a lot more vehicles there than on 21. Maybe three in over a hundred miles on 21.  Not a lot of curves on the road, but it is scenic and there's old stuff to stop and check out.




















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