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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by somecallmetim, Nov 14, 2003.
Zora the ADV Dog in Training.
I don't need no stinkin' hyperlites... Zora just bares his teeth at 'em and they stop.
What swing sdaid about FB. I really enjoy watching people get wound up about FB
Docked on the Ohio River in Aurora Indiana, and on display for tours (23-27
Other ports of call listed here http://www.lstmemorial.org/
This LST (Landing Ship, Tank) is an amphibious vessel designed to land
battle-ready tanks, troops and supplies directly onto enemy shores. Ships
of this type proved to be enormously useful during times of war and peace
both. This particular LST was originally known as LST-325 during the Second
World War, USNS LST-325 during its arctic operations in the 1950's, and
later L-144 (A/G Syros) while it was in the service of the Greek Navy. It
was acquired by The USS LST Ship Memorial, Inc., in 2000, and caught
considerable public attention when our veteran crew brought it on a
6,500-mile journey from the Greek island of Crete to Mobile, Alabama.
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Carefull, he'll poke you.
We're not all total hicks. The fair seems to bring out a special kind of redneckkery.
Yes, like Mark B., it's not uncommon for me to pull a Houdini. I'd still like to meet up for a ride. Friday morning?
We're you in Cambridge on the DR today around 1:30-2?
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Yes, I rode all day at Salt Fork and around Cambridge running errands. Salt fork was empty and the single lane gravel was fun. Friday sounds good, taking daughter to move into OSU in the morning tomorrow, weather doesn't look too good. Vivid said he could ride Friday also so let's do it.
Sounds good. I'll give Vivid a call tomorrow to put together a route. What would you be interested in? Gravel? Twisties? Don't know if you have the GSX with you or just the DR.
Thanks Lisa(?), Gramps Kosco served on one of those. We have a bunch of anniversary reunion glasses from him.
For some reason, I was surprised to find that Evansville, IN was one of the great shipyards of WWII.