Spring has sprung in the hill country and everything has turned a beautiful shade of green. My XR650L in its natural state.
This is my friend, Rick, riding his KTM thumper across the mighty Colorado River (the one in Texas, not the Grand Canyon).
This could be the ultimate trailer…Spotted in Camp Wood, TX
…until you spotted a trike built out of a 1960s era Volkswagen Beetle. The creativity of people continues to inspire me.
It was a beautiful, warm day so I stopped at Luckenbach, TX for a cold water while out for a ride one day. Luckenbach always seems to provide good photo opportunities.
One additional gratuitous photo of my 500 EXC in the Texas hill country. This shot was taken along Flat Creek Road, west of Johnson City.
Middle creek Road provides some nice elevated views of the hill country.
Middle Creek Road is a fun, twisty, paved, county road with the added bonus of a natural rock surface low water crossing. I couldn’t resist getting a photo of the 500 EXC. 🙂
I haven’t ridden much this winter due to bad weather (rain) and a busy schedule. But the stars aligned and I had the day off and good weather. Here’s a shot I took while riding of my KTM 500 EXC … Continue reading →
Yes, it does. Spotted on a bump gate on Bullhead Road in Real County.
I first discovered this old abandoned house on Cedar Creek Road in Edwards County during a 2007 hill country ride. Each time I’ve ridden by during in the years since the house has inevitably deteriorated a bit more. The … Continue reading →
This is Polly’s Chapel, located off School Road in Bandera County. Built in 1882 by Jose Policarpo Rodriguez and still in use today, this church is a recognized Texas historical site. It is also an interesting place to visit while riding … Continue reading →
One important thing to know about the algae covered low water crossings in Texas is how very slick they are. The crossings look innocent and easy but I assure you they aren’t. The algae makes them as slick as … Continue reading →