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A Weekend in Vilas County

One of my favorite things about June is the now annual trip to Vilas County Wisconsin with the crew from Minneapolis.  The agenda is simple: ride and drink our faces off.  

While I'm sitting on a ton of photos from the weekend, and of my longest loaded (the bike not me) excursion on the Space Horse to date, I figured I'd hit you up first with a few of my favorites from the weekend, which I posted last night to my personal blog.

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we arrived in Vilas at around midnight and proceeded to drink until 5:30am.  This is the sunrise over Razorback Lake.

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Luna Moth - nature is way cool

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Coffin Sleep - the rest of the damned


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on the way up to the Paulding Light in Michigan, a notorious supernatural spot - more on this later

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110 miles of bad roads

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our campsite. always a bummer to have so many cans, if only kegs were portable.

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waking up in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

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ol' drinky and my bicycle

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sunset on Razorback Lake

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Sherry

June 11, 2012

Looks like a blast. How much weight do you manage on your Horse?

Jeff

June 11, 2012

I had two full panniers, I’m guessing around 45lbs

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