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Old 04-07-2012, 07:09 AM   #811
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Why....are you getting all antsy because you haven't spent hours at work copying maps and highlighting everything???
Yes, thats right. Have to spend my time wisely on N/S, otherwise i actually have to do some work. You should be lucky with the time i have to research awesome tracks, that i can find sandy trails to amuse my fellow riders with.
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Old 04-07-2012, 03:21 PM   #812
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Is the route a planned secret or do we get a heads up & a shiff to a location ?
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If you are in Portland next Sunday I can fill you in on the route then. If not we are heading east through the Cobra Killic NCR and beyond, ending up going through the Paddys Rangers and the Mt Warrenmang area.
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Old 04-09-2012, 04:29 AM   #813
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If you are in Portland next Sunday I can fill you in on the route then. If not we are heading east through the Cobra Killic NCR and beyond, ending up going through the Paddys Rangers and the Mt Warrenmang area.
Party pooper......I wanted to see him squirm not being able to do the map thing!!
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Old 04-09-2012, 07:21 PM   #814
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We never did find out what you do Slowpoak, did we Gags. Well that is other than copy maps, look at google earth and highlight everything.
Hey, you guys leave him alone. Slowpoak's management, so he can do whatever he wants at work.
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Old 04-10-2012, 01:58 AM   #815
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Hey, you guys leave him alone. Slowpoak's management, so he can do whatever he wants at work.
Thanks for the support Miermoto, to set the record straight i get payed to make sand castles all day / night and then get to clean them up with a shovel & hose.
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Old 04-10-2012, 02:05 AM   #816
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Party pooper......I wanted to see him squirm not being able to do the map thing!!
Don't pay out on me for being anal about my maps, and then when i'm finished detailing ride routes i get to sniff my high-lighters, jealous ?
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Old 04-10-2012, 05:16 AM   #817
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Don't pay out on me for being anal about my maps, and then when i'm finished detailing ride routes i get to sniff my high-lighters, jealous ?
I am really proud to announce that I got my Natmaps loaded onto Oziexplorer tonight. I am now able to mark waypoints on Ozi and then upload them to my GPS . Wow I am a real Geek now! Well maybe if I can do it again tomorrow then I will have achieved Geekdom.
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Old 04-10-2012, 05:26 AM   #818
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I am really proud to announce that I got my Natmaps loaded onto Oziexplorer tonight. I am now able to mark waypoints on Ozi and then upload them to my GPS . Wow I am a real Geek now! Well maybe if I can do it again tomorrow then I will have achieved Geekdom.
I'll bring you a pocket protector for your pens as a sign of acceptance into the world of geek. Geek on!!
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Old 04-10-2012, 12:31 PM   #819
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I'll bring you a pocket protector for your pens as a sign of acceptance into the world of geek. Geek on!!
never mind Slow. I have a copy of the instructions and the disks of information. All you will need to buy is one of those small boxes that does calculations ( computer) and you too will be worthy of a pocket protector for your pens. Some men are born to Geekdom; others have it thrust upon them. It is all Enookway's fault for leaving Portland and forcing us to work out how to use GPS and OZiexplrer ourselves.
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Old 04-11-2012, 03:19 AM   #820
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never mind Slow. I have a copy of the instructions and the disks of information. All you will need to buy is one of those small boxes that does calculations ( computer) and you too will be worthy of a pocket protector for your pens. Some men are born to Geekdom; others have it thrust upon them. It is all Enookway's fault for leaving Portland and forcing us to work out how to use GPS and OZiexplrer ourselves.
Pocket protector, Ha, i have the biggest bum bag know to man for all my high-lighters, so i don't need no hand held computer.
May come down to Portland Sunday for the massive geek fest, depending on how sick i am sunday morning before work.
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Old 04-11-2012, 04:24 AM   #821
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I'm fairly soft and prefer a hotel or motel for the night,if you want to camp thats good to.
I'll go for the motel / hotel for the over-nighter James Cook, any longer in the saddle and i would consider camping it in the great outdoors , may see you on sunday.
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Old 04-11-2012, 08:51 PM   #822
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[QUOTE=Slowpoak;18429109]I'll go for the motel / hotel for the over-nighter .
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Room is organized at Talbot on the 21st, $70 for room at the Talbot Hilton. Queen and single bed in room, you and Miermoto can decide who gets the big bed. I'll take the other room.
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Old 04-11-2012, 09:23 PM   #823
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I'll go for the motel / hotel for the over-nighter .
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Room is organized at Talbot on the 21st, $70 for room at the Talbot Hilton. Queen and single bed in room, you and Miermoto can decide who gets the big bed. I'll take the other room.
Slow, you better wear that lace number I like.
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Old 04-11-2012, 09:54 PM   #824
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Old 04-12-2012, 02:48 AM   #825
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Slow, you better wear that lace number I like.
Dude, thats just fucked up but i can my GTRR G-string for you if you like, its bright pink with potter dots.
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