I am a veteran of the entire Northern Tier and did the section between Anacortes and Glacier a second time. If you would like any additional info. send me a private message.
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Thanks, i will look this over. Yes on the skinny tires. i am a road guy so this is all new to me.
Thanks for the input and i might circle back once i dig in here.
maybe you could fill BOB trailer with dirt and grow the food as you go...it'll get plenty of sunshine/rain/etc and won't go bad as fast? :
The sand and dirt is from the sanding for ice/snow and often does not get cleaned off until May of June.
I also enjoy talking to the Harley riders - especially camping near them, guaranteed to entertain.