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Old 07-02-2010, 11:24 PM   #391
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At 84 Canon Park, on the west edge of Boulder, you can have:

1. German-made bed in loft (may involve cat visit to say hello at night), or

2. tent space on lawn, or

3. sleep on my private deck hanging over Boulder Creek, hear the water rushing beneath you.

4. Garage space available. Basic tools. Mike's Motorcycles (BMW his specialty) just across town.

Walk to cafes, restaurants and bookstores on Pearl Street in 15 minutes along Boulder Creek.


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Old 07-04-2010, 01:33 PM   #392
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140+ acres but most of it is too wet for camping much of the year. Better tent space closer to the house in my meadow; best to arrive in daylight so you don't set your tent up on a pile of sheep crap. Friendly dogs will kiss you enthusiastically, but only after eating sheep poop. Sheep start bellowing at 6am. Cell phone reception spotty and only if you stand on one foot and hop in clockwise circles while leaning to the left. Electric fencing for the sheep that you definitely don't want to piss on. Inmates welcome for a day or two, possibly longer if you have no undesirable traits.

On the plus side, beer, great coffee, shower, sometimes even a spare room, good conversation unless I've had a bad day at work in which case I'm socially inept. Have a pretty good assortment of tools including a tire changer. Generally have a few GS tires with 30% tread left if you need one in a pinch. Dealers for most brands about 40 miles away in Burlington VT. Plenty of great restaurants down in the valley a few miles away. One hill over from the Trapp Family Lodge, five miles to Smugglers' Notch and Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. Wife worked in the tourism industry for 20 years so she knows all the attractions and I know pretty much all the local roads. Fellow sidecarists especially welcome.

Dirt road easily handled by everything but cruisers and monster touring machines with traction control. Think rural.

Did I mention the dogs?

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Old 07-04-2010, 06:23 PM   #393
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Bed, garage, whatever help you need.
In Sale, 2 hours east of Melbourne and gateway to the Victorian High Country or as we like to call it.... HEAVEN... Still got my house in Melbourne (for a while anyway) just off freeway 10 minutes from the heart of town so you can crash at either.
I had a great deal of help from ADVer's in the States when I blew my beemer up in North Dakota so only too glad to help with a bed in or out or some grass for a tent, assistance, full garage of gear a lot of enthusiasm and tons of love and respect for this site.

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Old 07-06-2010, 09:59 AM   #394
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Garage, MIG welder, plasma cutter, tent space, shower
3mi from downtown Annapolis & US Naval Academy

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Old 07-11-2010, 04:29 PM   #395
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I'm in Starkville, Ms. I've got yard space, an extra room with a daybed (room for a blow up in the floor too), shower, and some garage space. I have access to plenty of tools and maybe even one grouchy old mechanic (not me He's not really a mechanic, but he's smart as they come, and knows motorcycles. Especially old airheaded beemers), and my wife is always happy to whip up a good homecooked meal, and maybe some cold n' tasty beverages. No kids, but we do have two dogs who would be most happy to meet ya. Best method of contact is by PM, where I'll happily share my info with ya.


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Old 07-12-2010, 09:46 AM   #396
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UPDATED: November 2013

On US 29 between Greensboro and Danville.

Plenty of camping space, tools, tire changing facilities. Several flavors of dealerships within an hour away. Covered and garage parking. Indoor sleeping available if the weather's too bad. Might be a chance for a fire, a meal and some libations as well.

We can move the truck and tractor out and have room for 4-6 tents.

The deck is a work in progress, but would be a nice place to set up a tent if it was going to rain.

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Old 07-19-2010, 06:52 AM   #397
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I have a few acres.. so tent or I also have a 22 ft tipi. I have a great basement with beds, cable and shower for the really long trip. Always willing to talk travel or ride a bit in my state!

Hit me up!
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Old 07-24-2010, 02:30 AM   #398
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Cameron, MO....I have tent space, some tools, easy location, 1 mile off Interstate 35. Gas station, Dollar General is walking distance, 24 hour Walmart in town.

Prescott, WI...just south of town. Tent space, tools, firewood.

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Old 07-25-2010, 09:22 PM   #399
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I'm in La Prairie, just south of Montreal, Quebec, Canada,
Tent space, extra room with aerobed, showers
Garage for the bikes, lots of tools.

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Old 07-26-2010, 11:06 AM   #400
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Location: Nth GA
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Ellijay, GA

I'm about 5 miles outside of town, up Hwy 52 W toward Chatsworth. I've got a large finished basement with a couple of mattresses, it's own bathroom and a good view.

Awesome dual sporting area with great roads and trails in all directions. I actually live inside the Chattahoochee National Forest, the Cohutta wilderness is at the end of my street and you can ride to TN or NC on dirt.

A garage with tools but not too much space for bikes (one or maybe two max).

I have 2 cats so if you're allergic it may not be a good choice.
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Old 07-29-2010, 05:52 PM   #401
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I'm in Stetson, ME about the center of the state. I have lots of camping space, large arena to use if raining, a fabrication shop , bike lift, shower, toilet, soon to have washer and dryer. A mattress ot two for those not wanting to camp.

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Old 07-29-2010, 05:54 PM   #402
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I've got an extra bedroom w/a queen bed and a crash room upstairs w/a full size bed. Garage space for bikes. No need to camp! I do have a dog who sheds so if you're allergic, my place may not be ideal for you.

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Old 08-07-2010, 02:08 PM   #403
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Location: Summer-N. Catskills,NY; Winter-Ocala NF, FL
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Salt Spring, FL

We've just recently got a camp in the Ocala National Forest about 5 miles north of Salt Spring and 15 miles south of Palatka. Plenty of places to camp or throw down a mattress. We've got a few air mattresses.

WARNING: 2.5 miles of sand road to get in. For a consideration - we might come out with the truck to load you up and bring you in. :-)

NOTE: We are there November 1 through early April ONLY. Summer months we're in NY state (same email).

CONTACT US AHEAD OF TIME! Internet reception is poor until we hookup with a satelite. Give us time to get your message when we go to town, which might take a few days.

Dick (near) Oneonta, NY
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Old 08-10-2010, 04:38 PM   #404
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Yo dudes! I'm located just south of Socorro in San Antonio, NM 87801. Home of the 7th best hamburger in the country. Yes, its very, very good and only 6 bucks! Featured on many food shows, the Buckhorn is awesome road food and worth a bite if you're passing through.

I've got a lift, fully stocked tool cab, and can do some broken down recovery if you're really screwed. I have tent space in the back and two couches you're welcome to sleep on.
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Old 08-21-2010, 02:48 PM   #405
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Location: Backwoods of Crystal, IN
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Halfway between Jasper, IN and French Lick, IN.

Tent space, couch, garage access. It's a rural 'neighborhood' and pretty laid back. Also, there's a black dog named Hank that thinks he owns the place and will try to lick intruders to death. Luckily nobody has been licked into submission yet.

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