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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by NachoRoto, Dec 19, 2009.
I miss my scooter.
You are still scooter trash :)
Scooters are to me, what dirt bikes are to others. As a kid in Spain I rode all over on my scooter. It's how I got everywhere. Mostly on dirt. We rode to other near by towns and to swimming/camping sites way up on the mountains. We picked up Swedish, French and German girls to go skinny dipping(they would summer in Spain). Scooters remind me of the best years of my life. I will always be scooter trash. So keep your smart cars. I will take a 100 mpg scooter.
You'll just have to get yourself more scooters
And European womenz'
I remember being 15 it so and going swimming with a bunch of Swedish girls. We got to the river and they all started to strip down. They had tiny little thongs on with no tops. They stripped and wanted to run around and play. Trying to drown the boys. Hanging off us in the water. Use my cock as a diving board. I was hard enough to cut diamonds. I couldn't get out if the water. My speedo was not covering shit.
Thanks for my first laugh of the day Dennis.
U R welcome.....
Dennis, Dennis, Dennis..................
I ordered a compression bag and rei chair. Haven't figured out sleeping pad situation yet. Does anyone make a sleeping bag with built in air mattress? I did a quick look but couldn't find anything. I had another brilliant idea, inspired by beantop, why not have something like Lulu with a zipper down her back so you could stuff her full of clothing, sleeping bag, pillow, etc. because she is already designed to fit on the back of a bike and she is water proof and easy to clean or so I hear... Last thing I thought of was a cooler. I can not camp without beverages and I definitely don't have room for a cooler. What suggestions do you have? I was thinking of something that folds up small that would only get used at campground and then get folded back up.
My sleeping bag had a pocket for the air mattress. It's made by big Agnes's. once inserted it keeps you from falling off the mattress. And they make them pretty big. Even a double wide for you and your inflatable love.
Big Agnes sleep system. Highly rated but spendy.
I have a Big Agnes down(20°)with a sleeve for your pad.
There is no insulation on the underside of the bag.
They expect the pad to take up the slack.
Works for me so far.
My Big Agnes's Deer Park folds to the size if a can of coffee. My tent,bed pad, sleeping bag, pillow and tarp fit in one of my hard boxes. And I still have room. Or I can fit it all in one if my yellow bags and leave the boxes home or empty.
I remember when my old sleeping bad took up the whole box.
I'll be impressed when you upgrade to a sleeping bag that can fit in the Speedo that you mentioned earlier.
No room, he keeps his diving board in there
Some deals on camping gear:
They even have a Lulu
Nice find and some good deals to be had there.