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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dlrides, Jul 17, 2007.
Here's a pix of me and my first and eldest daughter on a ride to Sagada in 2009.
Great pics Herc!
Thanks for the compliment.
Here's another batch of picture taken with my 2nd daughter, Sunshine March 2010 in Banaue, Ifugao
*we live in a dead-end street.
Ah, the Baby Bjorn. For about 7 weeks, the only way I could get my daughter to sleep was to do powersquats and lunges with her in it. She slept great, I couldn't walk up the steps
We both had our first ever race Sunday. We had a blast.
How did you guys do ???
They sure do
We were very near the back of the pack, but it was fun to share a first race experience.
She was forced to ride the little Honda in the race, because she seized the motor in her
KTM 200 the week before.
Hoping my two (7 and 10) get to do their first "Race" in spring...it's a blind enduro charity ride, but it will be their first time competing...
This is the younger one at the local track (no racing events).
another grand daughter
Mike, Where was it, and how did you all do ??
We are moving to Idaho, So we are getting all info on where and what to do !!
Here's a recent trip with my daughter Sunshine to Sta. Ana, Cagayan Province in Luzon island of the the Philippines. September 24 to 26, 2011. We did the Northern Luzon loop in 3 days covering 1,600kms.
In gas station at San Jose, Nueva Ecija http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Jose,_Nueva_Ecija
Along Enrile highway (Santiago-Tugegarao Road) at Malig, Cagayan http://www.alltravels.com/philippines/cagayan-valley/malig-503077
At the boundary of Sta Praxedes, Cagayan and Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte http://wikimapia.org/8314736/Santa-Praxedes-Cagayan
Patapat Viaduct, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte
Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte
Paoay Church at Paoay, Ilocos Norte
This is how we looked on the the Vee.
And when she was asleep
I love the sleeping photos. Most kids can pretty much crash anywhere if theyre tired enough.
Where I'm from, it's illegal to wear KTM gear on a Suzuki
Thanks! Good memories from my own time in the Philippines! Cute girl you've got there...
I wish we would have started earlier. It's great to see so many great dads sharing their love of
motorcycles with their daughters.
Yup, i know what you mean, and that is so true.
If you look closer at the pix, my daughter is wearing a Clavicle strap (my used one )
then she is bungee corded to me. So that when she would take nap along the way, she is secured.
Thanks for the compliment Yakima.
If you want to see more of the Philippines and how we ride,
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