PA trip – day 2
Destination – Towanda.
After leaving del water gap we headed north to the “hawks nest” which is a strip of road between pa and ny north of port jervis. It’s super twisty for a mile and overlooks a cliff and river. It’s badass.
As the three of us did a couple loops and took a couple pics, we were sitting on the ledge and out of no where three guys on sport bikes went through the turns going seriously over a hundred mph. Then 10 seconds later a cop car came hauling through same speed, with his lights on chasing them. It was insanely awesome and made my day.
We tried to find swimming near lake walnepaupak, but it was a bust or we had to pay for swimming. F that.
We rode on rt6 for a while which is awesome and made it into Towanda. Met some dudes who work for the power plant. They were camped out along the river so we camped down there with them. Real good time.
Random other stuff:
– ate good hot dogs
– Tom left and went back to NYC
– saw a huge frog near our tents
– a fat lady yelled in my ear twice at the diner. I yelled back at her
– lots of fracking up here
– there was a velociraptor outside my tent last night
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Published - Apr 19, 2010
CB350 Speedo and headlight upgrade
I lowered my Head light (thanks to Chris), removed my tach and made a bracket to center my speedo. Looks a lot more compact and clean. Also placed the new tailight which I’m super psyched on. I finished painting a lot of stuff on my bike this weekend. Its going to come together this week […]
I like Nate’s name for the trip better…. Pennsyltucky Daydream. hahaha.
Nate whats your instagram name to follow for more pictures?
That velociraptor was messin with me last outing.
IG is natemking
And yeah Adam, my name for the trip is much better.
What no pictures of the ‘raptor?
And where is the part of the story where your bike breaks down ten minutes into the trip and you spend a day at Philly cycle center trying to fix it?
Oh wait, wrong trip…
I’ve been on that exact road, it is absolutely badass. There is an amazing place to camp right on the water about 8 minutes from that road called Cedar Rapids for future reference.