Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Photos' started by dlrides, Jul 17, 2007.
Fantastic, Tom boys RULE
Home on a break from college, permit in pocket, grinning and almost ready to ride - just need to adjust the mirror a bit (about 180 degrees):
50 break and still grinning ear to ear in spite of cold fingers:
On the road:
End of the ride (still ginning):
I truly love this thread. My 11 yo daughter loves to ride with me. She has for a few years now. I love the opportunity to spend one on one time with her away from the other distractions. My other daughter never got into riding on the motorcycle at all. She was the princess and into dance. Unfortunately we lost her almost a year ago to a brain tumor at the age of 9. Hold your baby girls close guys. If you can ever make a Ride for Kids ride in your area please do. You can check them out at rideforkids.org
Glad you finally got the pic thing to work. She's a cutie.
Great pic and adorable kid!
Yes I agree those two three letter words Mom and Dad can cause so much crap .
There is much more to life than title's ..
Enjoy life! If it comes it does, if not ,no matter its all about Quality time well spent !!
Ive been on all sides of that issue
Having lived this "what to call me" issue, I just let them decide. I was Bob to one and Dad to the other. I am happy with both, but it sure is nice when they decide to call you dad. My 2 cents.
This is her first ride on my rig, my other daughter has already been out on it. I needed to clear my head today (probably losing my job this week - yay! yet another cosmic kick in the nuts) and she wanted to go. Went out trying to find this lake and found the park closed when we got there. Gate was wide open though and we went in anyway. Had the place to ourselves.
My Kristen. age 9.
On her own xt 250. Age 20
on a 95 Vulcan that was my wife's brother's only motorcycle. He passed away 10 yrs ago from a sudden heart attack. Now she is riding it.
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