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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Lee Gunn, Sep 12, 2010.
One lives and learns... The only "full coverage" insurance I had was on a new quad. The other bikes were a total loss/no coverage. Our Home Owner's insurance did not cover anything that was specifically excluded or "any insurable vehicle."
But things come and go.
Riding national park Congullio in Chile, we felldown i got a pic....
no injuries , nothing to regret......we just enjoyed
I think it was those cans of Canadian beer that made it top heavy. i hope none were damaged.
I am not immuned.
was that after drinking too many beers ??? (LOL)
I gotta learn to wait for summer.
Garnet Mountains, near Garnet Ghost Town.
One.... of my Eastern rendezvous drops.
HHmmm. water not deep, ok.....but rocks are slippy, right....and hey, I needed a break anyway
Does this count as a "drop"?
Looks like it will in about ten seconds!
The dropped that break my heart...
The slippery ice of Alaska...
The aquarium gravel of Texas...
The unexpected snow of Texas...
The soft sand of Labrador...
The railroad bed of Newfoundland...
I apparently have a hard time keeping my motorcycles upright .
We were lucky that we got the bike running again, but it would only rev to about half throttle. We were riding the T1 in Idaho, day 1, the tough route and rough running bike lead to this, but I wasn't laughing when it happened.
We thought she broke her collar bone, but it turned out the shoulder was badly bruised and she has been sidelined for a month already.
Jumping the fence didn't go so well?
That's what happens when you drive on the wrong side of the road.
It was a bit chilly for shorts that day