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Old 10-05-2012, 12:40 PM   #31
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A laugh

Ever time I read the titile of this thread I have to stiffle a snicker


Then it makes me think of DR. COOL and all the others

Then I become happy again because of all the jy and lughs
I have had with all the people involved in the motorcycle world

I am blessed

Sorry for intruding into your thread with these thoughts but personal
events mixed with the giggle of the thread title lead me down this road
Hope to meet ever one of you some time and share a laugh and pop!

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Old 10-05-2012, 01:47 PM   #32
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Ah hell, I really need to check this forum more often, had I had known, I would've come out for sure.

Fox-Rad, we met a month or so ago in Sudbury at the Tim's. I was on my FJR and we spoke at some length about the Providence Rally with Kim.

Next time fo' sho

I won't be riding the FJR though

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Old 10-07-2012, 05:32 PM   #33
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A few more photos to round out our trip. On the way up we followed Nipissing Rd, the return leg was along The Bruce Peninsula where we got a chance to watch Jordan Szoke do his thing on a trials bike.

The End see ya next year
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Old 10-13-2012, 08:23 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by georgedaman View Post
Hey Phil,
It was a nice to meet and ride with you.I didn't realize it was your first time off road with that monster.
You did great, hope to ride with you again next year.
Most certainly did excellente! Sometimes its good to not know that you shouldn't neccessarily be doing bushwacking like that with our Orca's of a GS.

I really liked how we went more by intuition, did some trial and error rather than totally depend on our GPS, i.e. being off the grid. It adds to the adventure. I would not have done that Wikwemikong leg alone, and after a few dead ends would likely have turned back. certainly turned back as I was not sure that one road was really a road for a while.

Good times though, I am working with the band to see if we can open up those roads to get access to the myriad of roads and cow paths back there. There was soooo many branching off here and there, we just barely scraped the surface methinks. Next year eh gents?

Lets do this again.

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Old 11-17-2012, 06:19 PM   #35
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Nice pictures, I've only ridden on the Island when coming from Sault Ste Marie.

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