I then ride back to the checkpoint and turn left for Doi Ang Khang and have a pleasant ride there, Its certainly green at the moment, probably more so than I have ever seen it
These are from the other side of Doi Ang Khang going towards Fang on the small road through Ban Nor Lae
The road has really detiorated here now.
When I get to the dam I carry on as its usual to be turned back at the checkpoint and I wanted to see the tangerine orchards first. I see the tangerine pickers and stop for a drink, I ask if its okay to take a tangerine and the next thing I know I have eight thrust into my hands. I carry on and the checkpoint is gone so I keep riding towards where the road has collapsed, I am virtually there when I come to another checkpoint but manage to get through but when I get to the collapsed part I decided not to venture across. It was about five years ago on my Honda Phantom that I first rode here and went across but there was only the one hole then. Since then I have never ridden up this way and its a lot easier crossing them coming downhill as there no fear of stalling or wheelspin on the stones. I rode over them last year on the Bm but chickened out today