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Old 10-14-2012, 11:54 AM   #83
CSF
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After reading through all of this, I feel like I should prep myself and my bike for the worst a bit better. I will be riding a KTM 640 A, sometimes alone in far off and dangerous places next season... i do have lots experience in the woods with my 250. But I think your situation reenforces the unspoken rules of a dangerous sport. Danger is compounded with mistakes, the more you make, the more at risk you become. Some mistakes make things way worse, like your water situation and being alone and not having outside contact, it reminds me of one of those A&E or Discovery Channel shows. Thanks for sharing your story. We all make mistakes, and its easy to do when you're in a rush or distracted. Its a good reminder and a cautionary tale for all of us.
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