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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Clansters, Jul 13, 2009.
susiemoto and her FJ-09
LOL maybe she won't notice if your bike has twins either. Use that to your advantage. Sunday was incredible weather for sure. I was cleaning my bike because I'm off of it for another month and a half- medical
Where was the first pic taken? It's absolutely beautiful there!
The First Pic was taken at Mt. Baker in Washington up at the ski area. The second was motosuzie grabbing some firewood for the night, Ha!
Looks like a destination to put on the list!
It was a great trip, rode up to Glacier Wa. camped out on a f/s road camp then up to the Mt. Baker. We did not make it to Artist Point, ( lots of bicyclist in the roadway) However great trip up the mountain.
Hillsdale, Michigan today.
bikes still in hibernation , here's another couple "winter pics"
Happy Wife = Happy life
Hi jay, which lake? I'd like to visit this spot. I Enjoy your pictures thank you. Rik
On Lake Ft. Gibson. Ride out to Toppers, then go to the north edge of the cove (start here 35.974720, -95.311301) and just start following the trails westerly back toward Wagoner. You can also go around to the other side of the cove by Whitehorn (about here 35.987979, -95.312996) and follow the trails westerly back to the old railroad grade, then back to Wagoner.
Leaving for the weekend with my wife.
Here stranded waiting for AAA to pick us up after a break down!
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I've posted pix of Kathi here a couple of times.
Here are a few more.
So, the new MC10 trailer had the Condor shock a bit forward for my little '93 Toy pickup's tastes.
In the course of moving it back, Kathi came out to watch and wanted to help.
Help? Have at it, darlin'.
Nice to have a handy Polish wife.
I am a blessed man.
Ya! She uses power tools to drive your nuts.
You are blessed Bill. If she takes as good of care of the house as she does that trailer, doubly blessed! That looks like a very serviceable trailer, Aluma?
Yes, Kathi is a blessing. In fact, near saintly in everything.
In fact, I sometimes wonder what badness she engaged in a previous life to deserve living with me as penance!
Yes, Aluma MC10. Very pleased with it. I once sneered at trailering; such attitude is a paragraph or two in Guzzi owner manuals.
No longer. Reality is reality, and the one-bike trailer comes in handy now and then. All aluminum, it is only 500 pounds (plus spare), so adding on any of the Guzzis still keeps it light enough to tow with my beloved but aging and small '93 Toyota base pick-up.
Kathi's two defects are that she has a "Perpetual Task List" and she keeps me at it. She just drove away to visit our Fort Bragg family and left items for me to complete along with "milestones" to report. I better get to 'em; they're easy; it pleases her; and she's worth it.
Bill, thanks for the trailer report! As I approach my mid-60's I'm starting to look for one. I've put all of the 60,000 miles on a 2011 Eglide and my wife has seen almost enough of SD, eastern WY, MT, and CO from pillion. Not to mention all of NE, plus gets it to AZ in winter. The Aluma's are a popular trailer here in Siouxland, being manufactured a hundred or so miles east of here.
No motorcycle, but a pic of my wife at Rifle Sight Falls north of Rifle, CO.
Here's my bride enjoying a cocktail during a shakedown run with the CB750 HondaMatic sidecar rig, complete with doggy bed for a seat.