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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dlrides, Jul 17, 2007.
Actually, thanks for a new idea for helmet storage.
I've been camping with my youngest daughter (5):
Out for a day of riding and stopped here in LaGrange, then to Jacksonville for pizza
On a hike in north GA February 2012
18 miles today. Much better than the circles at the end of the court a month ago.
Good for you Jeremy , and her ,
How old is she , I think its getting about that time for my 8 yr old daughter .
She's 8.5. She goes back home in a week to mom. I just had her for the summer. I hope she wants to come back for good someday.
Been a few years but Suzuki kid #2 is now seven and just found out she really likes motorcycles, well as least riding with her dad. JR50 got sold a few years ago but I managed to borrow a XR50 with training wheels from a friend and she has been riding it in front of the house.
We plan to go camping again in a few weeks and she wants me to take off the training wheels and go for it .
not daughter but my grandaughter
although its a joy to ride, i got sick and tired of my gs breaking expensive parts that i decided to sell it....
my grand child came out today....i look at her pic, i decided that i'll wait a little longer until she grow up so she can ride around with grandpa on the pig....
then i'll sell it...
Just a few more years...
Today was the first day of school, pre-k, hassle-free parking with the scoot :)
Well, I joined this forum a number of days back, and what a fitting way to introduce myself than post to this awesome thread!
The loves of my life: my girl, and my bike, in that order. Picture taken just prior to a kiddies run (19kms at 60kph max)
Okay, so the picture didn't come out, how do I post?
You have to host them on a site like Photo Bucket, Smug Mug and then hotlink to the photo. You cant upload photos to ADV.
On PhotoBucket you have a box with links on the right side of the photo. Select the "Direct" link, and paste it in the dialog here.
The hyperlink properties to your photo has some eroneous http's in there.
here you go
Ah, there you go then, thanks! I simply copied the entire link, rather than the 'direct' link, and inserted that. First time using Photobucket as well.