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2014-04-25 11:51:09 AM
Driving To The Sun Road in Glacier National Park made me completely lose my shiate and it was at least paved.  That would put me in the sobbing fetal position.
 
2014-04-25 12:06:51 PM
Thanks for that, subby, great footage.
 
2014-04-25 12:22:10 PM
At the end when the guy said no one could sit in that seat now because it was all wet -- my seat would have been worse.
 
2014-04-25 12:29:43 PM
Pfft.. Bolivia"s "Road of Death" scoffs at your giggling.
 
2014-04-25 12:56:50 PM
Road to Hana is about my limit.
 
2014-04-25 01:03:37 PM

PreMortem: Pfft.. Bolivia"s "Road of Death" scoffs at your giggling.


"The Wages of Fear" chuckles at your Bolivian "Road of Death's" scoff-giggles, adds two teams of desperate men and nitroglycerin to its payload, and delivers a compelling motion picture all while casually smoking a cigarette and tickling Death's mons pubis.
 
2014-04-25 01:31:15 PM

brap: PreMortem: Pfft.. Bolivia"s "Road of Death" scoffs at your giggling.

"The Wages of Fear" chuckles at your Bolivian "Road of Death's" scoff-giggles, adds two teams of desperate men and nitroglycerin to its payload, and delivers a compelling motion picture all while casually smoking a cigarette and tickling Death's mons pubis.


I remember watching that movie long ago. I was laying in bed at the time, spent two days pulling the sheets outta my ass.
 
2014-04-25 01:36:29 PM
Uhm, that bus is not moving very fast. Good time for a stroll, if it were me.
 
2014-04-25 01:36:41 PM

haemaker: Road to Hana is about my limit.


The wife and I did this on our honeymoon. We rented a convertible Mustang. It was a great trip, until we met a tow truck coming the other way. I had to back up and around a curve off to my right so he had room to get around. I was rather white knuckled the whole time.

Let me repeat, I had to drive backward up a mountain, and around a curve, with a 100+ cliff on my left. Was super glad we sprung for the convertible.
 
2014-04-25 01:52:00 PM

brap: Driving To The Sun Road in Glacier National Park made me completely lose my shiate and it was at least paved.  That would put me in the sobbing fetal position.


I did that too and remember swearing for like 30 minutes straight with my hands held up to my face like horse-blinders.

/was not driving
//your post flashed me back 20 years and left me shuddering in a recollection I thought safely buried :(
 
2014-04-25 02:13:26 PM
Did the road to Hana, drove like the young, indestructable dick I was at the time, sliding that rental car around the wet curves...

Later, a more mature me drove up to Hurricane Ridge in Washington State, behaved quite responsibly around some of those sheer drop off curves....
 
2014-04-25 02:22:44 PM
Not only yes but I'LL DRIVE
 
2014-04-25 02:42:16 PM
  Lots of roads like that in the Andes, I had some memorable bus rides through the Cordillera Blanca in Peru that remind me of that video. We have plenty of roads with mega exposure here in BC but after 20 some years of treeplanting and doing forestry work you just kind of don't even notice anymore.....mind you the coast mountains around Lillooet has some roads that made me sweat driving a crummy full of planters around.......as well, the terrain there had many places that if you slipped or fell you would die, really tough place to plant trees.....part and parcel of living and working in the mountains.......
 
2014-04-25 03:13:45 PM
Awesome!
 
2014-04-25 03:32:43 PM
As slow as they're going, I'll get out and walk behind them.  As far from the edge as I can get.
 
2014-04-25 05:14:09 PM
Hmm.. why does this look familiar?

Oh, I don't know... maybe it's because I also successfully submitted it last November? ;)

My headline was:

If you suffer from acrophobia and you're seeking exposure therapy, I have the perfect little drive for you
 
2014-04-25 05:55:22 PM

PreMortem: brap: PreMortem: Pfft.. Bolivia"s "Road of Death" scoffs at your giggling.

"The Wages of Fear" chuckles at your Bolivian "Road of Death's" scoff-giggles, adds two teams of desperate men and nitroglycerin to its payload, and delivers a compelling motion picture all while casually smoking a cigarette and tickling Death's mons pubis.

I remember watching that movie long ago. I was laying in bed at the time, spent two days pulling the sheets outta my ass.


It sucked that bad?
 
2014-04-25 09:06:35 PM

INeedAName: haemaker: Road to Hana is about my limit.

The wife and I did this on our honeymoon. We rented a convertible Mustang. It was a great trip, until we met a tow truck coming the other way. I had to back up and around a curve off to my right so he had room to get around. I was rather white knuckled the whole time.

Let me repeat, I had to drive backward up a mountain, and around a curve, with a 100+ cliff on my left. Was super glad we sprung for the convertible.


You guys must be talking about the part of the road past Hana, along the southern Maui coast (past Charles Lindbergh's grave site.)  That was a pretty intense drive.  Still not at intense as the road in video, however.

The "main" part of the Hana road between Kahului and Hana is spectacular but I don't recall any near-death experiences.
 
2014-04-25 09:44:29 PM
So I'm the only one who wants to take that bus ride?
 
2014-04-25 09:45:49 PM

JWMcLoud: So I'm the only one who wants to take that bus ride?


F*ck that! I'll walk.
 
2014-04-25 09:57:41 PM

brap: Driving To The Sun Road in Glacier National Park made me completely lose my shiate and it was at least paved.  That would put me in the sobbing fetal position.


I drove over the top of some mountain in Utah on SR 92 to get to the Sundance resort via "the scenic route."  It was paved, but it was the middle of winter and I was fine until we got above the treeline and the drop offs started looking far more menacing.  It didn't help that the natives drive their goddamn big-ass Suburbans like sports cars on that road because they know it.
 
2014-04-25 10:36:41 PM
Yet another OT in STL? .... There must be a brewery around there somewhere if they keep the game going so long.  It's just a conspiracy to sell more stadium beer I tells ya, that's all it is

/off to Anaheim to watch that one
//maybe, this is a pretty good game
 
2014-04-25 10:37:19 PM
Wrong thread... sorry
 
2014-04-25 10:41:30 PM
And now that I know just what thread I'm in, the Going to The Sun road in Glacier NP is one of my favorite drives.  We went there one year the week after the 4th of July & the road had just opened up for the summer on the 5th.  The snow was that deep that it wasn't completely open until the FIFTH OF JULY, now that's a true mountain road.

/love the tunnels with big windows in them along the lower part in the west & up near the top in the eastern half of the road.
//windier than crap up at Logan Pass though - beautiful sunny July day & the wind chill was down below freezing, insane.
 
2014-04-25 11:03:27 PM

danielscissorhands: Hmm.. why does this look familiar?

Oh, I don't know... maybe it's because I also successfully submitted it last November? ;)

My headline was:

If you suffer from acrophobia and you're seeking exposure therapy, I have the perfect little drive for you


And no one cares
 
2014-04-25 11:41:17 PM
Oh this again.

Some people invite Disaster. But the dumbasses that draw him a map make entertainment for the rest of us.
 
2014-04-26 02:56:02 AM

styckx: danielscissorhands: Hmm.. why does this look familiar?

Oh, I don't know... maybe it's because I also successfully submitted it last November? ;)

My headline was:

If you suffer from acrophobia and you're seeking exposure therapy, I have the perfect little drive for you

And no one cares


I see you do not understand the meaning of the winky face emoti
con. It means I don't care either.


1/10
 
2014-04-26 03:52:03 AM
I've jumped out of airplanes a few times and done some pretty scary climbing but there is no f***ing way in hell I would get in that vehicle.
 
2014-04-26 08:24:44 AM
Yeah, no, I'm all set.
 
2014-04-26 01:09:48 PM

Lsherm: brap: Driving To The Sun Road in Glacier National Park made me completely lose my shiate and it was at least paved.  That would put me in the sobbing fetal position.

I drove over the top of some mountain in Utah on SR 92 to get to the Sundance resort via "the scenic route."  It was paved, but it was the middle of winter and I was fine until we got above the treeline and the drop offs started looking far more menacing.  It didn't help that the natives drive their goddamn big-ass Suburbans like sports cars on that road because they know it.


Having lived in northern utah, i can attest that most those guys dont.

/every day ~3pm during the winter at the same intersection. There was an accident. There was nothing special about it.

//the natives didnt quite understand - no friction = no stopping
 
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