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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by flux_capacitor, Jan 5, 2007.
Had a little fun after turkey and dressing Thursday.
Great pix Fireman!
Willie-B, yeah that bike is a true pleasure (when I'm riding it, instead of reading about how crappy it is on the interweb)
Just needs a KLR roundel to be complete....
Kirk, izzat your Orange Tractor
That's my Dad's big toy, He sold the farm in Forsyth county and kept the tractor. He needs to sell it to me for the farm in Alabama, but then he couldn't justify his huge garage he built for it.
That's Dad sitting on the rear of the cart.
Men, Boyz & their Toy 's
Can't have too many
Especially ORANGE ones
I had to buy another chainsaw & of coarse it was Kool-Aid
Better hurry up and get a Husky case for it so no-one will steal it.....
I've got me, my orange tractor, orange saws, and orange bike all ready for wintertime!
DD, Gallowbraid and Sutherngetleman's buddy got all my good crash-friendly snow bikes. The 690 is gonna have to do..... poor thing.
After the weeked we had riding dirt bikes, I think I'm going to have to caome back to the dirty side. Stay tuned.
Where has FulMonte went
Did He change his screen name
He's still around, mostly in the TN threads.
This place is the "REAL DEAL" fellas.
Just spent yesterday & today on the Hare Scramble loop. 28 miles today!!!!!
Why can't I just remember from year-to-year that when it's in the 50s at 2000' it's in the 30s at 4000' ???
Time to pack the 'lectrics.
Can't remember because you're getting......more mature.
Fella at a stop light this morning took the time to roll down his window, get my attention and then explain to me that I was crazy for riding in "this weather". Bah!
Oh I already knew the answer... but thank you very much for pointing it out anyway, whippersnapper.
But with age comes experience. I won't get caught unprepared again... 'till next fall.
Parking the bikes for the winter I see.....
OK, time to spill the beans. After selling the 450exc to Pengaleng, I decided to buy a bike that gets ridden more than occasionally. Bought a high dollar full suspension 29er mountain bike. 226 miles of single track in the past 4 weeks. I can now fit into the old pants and keep up with the mtb racers. Life is good.