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Discussion in 'Photos' started by boy60, Jan 15, 2011.
A warm day last fall just after I put the KLR back together post-painting.
Max was scared at first, but once he got on for a loop around the back yard, he wouldn't get off.
This one is a couple of years ago. Stuboy loved the Jeep!
This is the same grin I always had when driving it, too!
Old pic of Sr., Jr, III, and IV in Corregidor Island, PI.
Granddad was artilleryman in Bataan during WWII, then regiment commander of Corregidor after. Father and I are in Air Force. Kiddo should graduate the Academy by 2013.
I haven't seen my dad in about 3 months. But I'll see him on Thursday! This picture was taken in the spring of 2010. We went for a rip up to Kincardine, Ontario and around Bruce Country.
He was 15 years old there. And yep, that is a Honda MB5. He is 20 now, just got back from Afghanistan and bought himself a new Suzuki GSX650F
Gees dont you two look alike:huh
I'm not sure I have a good picture hosted with both of us, but this tells the story I think.
Then you should get another one. Had our Rubicon for 3 months now. Don't think we will ever be parting with it.
And yes, WE have the same happy face your son has everytime we get in it and more while on the trail.
Awesome adventure vehicles. Hmmm, maybe we need a section for them?
Lovely roads, and amazing scenery
Tell your son that the Wiborns said thanks for serving.
Yes, Please thank him for my son & I as well.
And thanks to all the service men, women & their families.
people always ask him why he does what he does....HE looks at them and says ,so they dont come here...
that is great. That is what people dont understand
I owe a lot to my old man. Pretty much everything, actually. But he owes riding to me
He picked up an '05 Shadow 750 around the time I picked up my WR last spring.
Out cruising some WI Rustic Roads along the St. Croix River. His first water crossing, the Shadow did alright. My "little 250" thumper is a pretty even match for the 750 v-twin on the paved roads, until the twisties and gravel start, then it puts the spank on. Love that bike!
Hopefully I'll get some better pics this summer.