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Old 08-16-2005, 08:50 AM   #31
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I'll likely be there if not in Baja at the time. Thing is.. do I go with my local sport bike club, sport-touring club or the tre cool and bad-azz ADV group? Oh.. to have such dilemas.. :) See ya'll there one way or the other.

BTW. there was talk of getting on a WSF.. This is in Anacortes right.. why would you need to get on a boat?!!??!?!
Seattle>Mukeltio>boat>Whidbey Island>Deception Pass>Anacortes


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Old 08-16-2005, 08:53 AM   #32
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Bump again, any takers on a long weekend?

As for me, I'm only able to escape the bonds on that Sunday (Sept 25th)
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Old 08-16-2005, 09:30 AM   #33
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As for me, I'm only able to escape the bonds on that Sunday (Sept 25th)
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Old 08-16-2005, 06:31 PM   #34
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Seattle>Mukeltio>boat>Whidbey Island>Deception Pass>Anacortes


I likes me my boats.

Whidbey is best at night doin' that run. I used to call it the "after dinner, before beers" ride. Edmonds -> Kingston -> Port Townsend -> Whidbey -> Mukilteo -> Seattle
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Old 08-16-2005, 10:37 PM   #35
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park your norton down at the train station where VME-el norte is, lots of vintage stuff, best show in the city in my opinion.


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Here's the deal with the Oyster Run. 30,000 v-twin open piped riding slack-jaws hunker into town, spend 5$ for a burnt bloody oyster, and 5$ for a cup of bud lite, with their riding partners big fat-ass cheeks being split by the sissy bar and the bitch pad. 5 mile line-ups in and out, Washington State Patrol and Skagit County Partol Revenue Generation watching for something as slight as your fly being unzipped.
Great time, been there many times! Go there simply to see what life is like on the other side of the barbed wire! I'll be there on my Norton, seems an old Brit is have respected by the bunch that shows up there.
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Old 09-09-2005, 08:18 AM   #36
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Old 09-21-2005, 10:27 PM   #37
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Ready set go???

Maybe see one or two of you this weekend...

Have a good and safe ride...

Leaving here Friday afternoon and making it a long weekend.
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Old 09-22-2005, 10:08 PM   #38
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Bump for fresh air.


I'm planning on going. I'll leave Seattle at around 11:00. Not too may things hold my interest there beyond the spectacle of the affair. The ride there and back is the event in my mind. That and riding a ferry boat that's 85% bikes. Fun.
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So after all this time now you guys come out of the wood work for this one
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I'm planning on going. I'll leave Seattle at around 11:00. Not too may things hold my interest there beyond the spectacle of the affair. The ride there and back is the event in my mind. That and riding a ferry boat that's 85% bikes. Fun.

you goin' sunday? Erin and I might come then and skip dirt riding... As long as you dont mind two DRZ's.
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Hey Mike, my bike is broke, I dont need tools, I dont need parts to fix it but if you could just bring a case of beer please. I'll pm my house location to you
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Old 09-23-2005, 11:19 AM   #42
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So after all this time now you guys come out of the wood work for this one
Just been maintaining and trying to stay ahead...

Well am leaving here between 4 and 5 pm... making my way up to Arlington first... meeting a rider there to do a little bit of dirt bike riding come tomorrow, then first thing Sunday morning, getting up early and heading out to group up with about another 100 riders... Yeeeeeeeaaaaaaa Howdy... to have breakfast. Then we'll all be riding over to Anacortes from there. Then there, well, I suppose just see what I can see...

All have a great and safe ride where ever your two wheels takes you...

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you goin' sunday? Erin and I might come then and skip dirt riding... As long as you dont mind two DRZ's.
Bring it on! Soulbooty can even ride my Sportster there and back so it can get some exercise (or you can). I'll need to sleep off som party time on Sat nite, so not too early on Sunday if you please. I'll PM you guys my addy, we can rendez-vous at the Toothy Palace.


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Bring it on! Soulbooty can even ride my Sportster there and back so it can get some exercise (or you can). I'll need to sleep off som party time on Sat nite, so not too early on Sunday if you please. I'll PM you guys my addy, we can rendez-vous at the Toothy Palace.


Dave.
Toothy, are you serious on the sportster If the offer is open and Chad or Erin don't take you up on it my wife maybe interested. I just don't want to ride the DRZ for that long of a distance and we would need to work out baby sitting for the day. One last thing, she may make me ride the sportster and she would take the gs, she fell down the stars last week and damaged the tail bone a little and if it has the stock seat it maybe a little hard for her to ride.
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Old 09-23-2005, 11:39 PM   #45
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Toothy, are you serious on the sportster If the offer is open and Chad or Erin don't take you up on it my wife maybe interested. I just don't want to ride the DRZ for that long of a distance and we would need to work out baby sitting for the day. One last thing, she may make me ride the sportster and she would take the gs, she fell down the stars last week and damaged the tail bone a little and if it has the stock seat it maybe a little hard for her to ride.
It'd be my pleasure! It's a fun little bike. I've got the stocker on it but also have a sundowner seat too.
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