We had such a great motocamping overnighter on Saturday. We traveled to the southwest part of the state to camp at Paul Grist State Park. It's a small park with a 100 acre lake and great scenery. We were the only "primitive" campers there and picked a great spot overlooking the spillway for the lake. It was nice to hear the rushing water while I slept. It ALMOST drowned out all of the snoring!
We also welcomed our newest "Custom Cousin", Loaf, to the Inbreds RC. Great guy and a great addition to our crew. Welcome Loaf!
Here are a few pictures I took with my phone. I'm already looking forward to the next two wheeled adventure!
The entrance to the State Park. It was a great curvy ride down to the lake from this point.
The campsite was pretty open so we had to make provisions for shade.
Bill loves his biker games. "What's the worst that can happen?"
Kustom Jeff putting in work with a hatchet. We needed every piece of wood we piled up as it got pretty damp overnight.
Meat missiles over an open flame. There's nothing better!
Great view from the parking spot!