D.O.G. Dualsporters Of Georgia

Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by flux_capacitor, Jan 5, 2007.

  1. SlowRide13

    SlowRide13 Veteran n00b

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    You can research the price. If you tell me what it's worth, I'll probably believe you :freaky
    Let's take it to PMs, though, before we get in trouble.
    Pete

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  2. Brown Dog

    Brown Dog North Georgia Dual Sportr

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    Any Dog's watchin Hatfields & McCoys tonight on History Channel ??
  3. mb90535im

    mb90535im '05 R1200 GS

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    Recording it to watch at the cabin. Looks like it might be pretty good.
  4. tagalong

    tagalong Been here awhile

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    Yep. Can't do much else right now....:cry
  5. Brown Dog

    Brown Dog North Georgia Dual Sportr

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    How's the Shoulder, the day after ??
  6. tagalong

    tagalong Been here awhile

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    still hurt'n. gotta call the ortho doc in the AM to setup an appointment.
  7. VOLdog

    VOLdog Been here awhile

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    Thanks to WHOMever it was that recently blazed the bypass trail around the tree down across Windy Gap !


    I tryed to tell Dan i was no guide........We came dwn unaware the "experienced motorcycle ony" trail was unmarked Windy Gap.
    :clap CAUSE THERE IS NO WAY IN HELL I COULD HAVE MADE IT BACK FROM THAT POINT AS I WAS EXHAUSTED AND NO WATER !!!

    Plus i didn't have the energy to stack those rocks that ya'll stacked to get over the OTHER tree down on the bypass new trail....:1drink

    and Thanks Dan
  8. VOLdog

    VOLdog Been here awhile

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    What did Dr say ?
  9. tagalong

    tagalong Been here awhile

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    couldn't get an appointment for today. see him tomorrow afternoon.
  10. VOLdog

    VOLdog Been here awhile

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    oh yeah
    And in all the fun i forgot to mention sittin my helmet dwn 4 ft from a 7/8 ft rattlesnake at the tree dwn on trail which i had to kill to get back to my helmet !!!!
    As I was told they can strike the length of their body............
    And as we were headed out i took wrong turn on closed trail BUT i saw a 300 lb black bear and i marked a waypoint on my gps cause i'm going back to find the cave that has to be present. Because, I was 50 yds from it and i hammered the 530 to the spot and it was NOWHERE to be found in a curve which u can see all three sides of this spot and NOWAY it went any further dwn the hill in the 4 seconds it took me to get to the spot he went off the edge [​IMG]
  11. rednekhilbily

    rednekhilbily Adventurer

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    I went out of an afternoon ride by the Damn at Clark Hill lake yesterday. I almost ran this ratler over on the way home.
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  12. MrTwisty

    MrTwisty Short Bus Cowboy

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    I guess this is a snake thread. :lol3
  13. Brown Dog

    Brown Dog North Georgia Dual Sportr

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    Yea & to be his first post too :ddog
    Just kiddin witcha rednek . Welcome aboard :thumb

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    I clocked out at my day job, for the Last Time today :clap

    I purchased my paw n laws 4 chikn houses so I can
    Pursue Full Time Chicken Ranching tending to just
    Over a Million Chicks a year :eek1

    Wish me Luck :bow

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  14. phideaux

    phideaux Long timer

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    LUCK!






    Fido:norton
  15. DirtDabber

    DirtDabber cultural illiterate

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    That will be the last time you get to clock out.......

    Good Luck with it.
  16. SlowRide13

    SlowRide13 Veteran n00b

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    No kiddin'.... we'll never see him again.
  17. Gallowbraid

    Gallowbraid Been here awhile

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    My wife is grilling me wanting to know what track that is?
  18. SlowRide13

    SlowRide13 Veteran n00b

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    Well then I'd say she's a keeper :deal


















    Oh, and it's MX-2 at Durhamtown







    And that bike's a real creampuff..... never been offroad.
  19. MrTwisty

    MrTwisty Short Bus Cowboy

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    Good luck Mikey! Hope you make enough money that you can hire people to run the place for you so you can go riding.

    We rarely saw him as it was.
  20. GaM

    GaM Long timer

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    Hmmm....Let's see here Brown Dog. I figure if you work 24/7 and have over a million chicks a year, you'll be able to spend somewhere less than 31.55693 seconds on each chick.