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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dlrides, Jul 17, 2007.
Almost looks like a ROOF,
Or a helicopter pilot's helmet
I always wondered what it would had been like to have kids. to share with them the good things and the right directions that I would lovingly point them towards. I have a couple of very close friends that have too raised their girls on m/c's and their relationships have been so enriched not only in trust and love for each other but also the very thought that 'dad's pretty cool after all'.
I'm sure that God had his reasons for providing the circumstances that have kept me single all my life, but at least he has given me good friends to ride with and this forum to help celebrate life with.
All you fathers out there I congratulate on being great dad's to your kids!
Ginger and I getting ready to leave for a "just the two of us" ride. Ginger has been on several large group rides before. I think, however, that she feels more at ease when just the two of us go out for leisurely stroll.........These will truly be times to be remembered......Mark
YOUR BOYS ARE PROTECTING OUR GIRLS' FUTURE
I THANK THEM.
Best thread ever! Let's keep it going. Today my little girl participated in her first beauty pagent. As I watched her, my heart filled with joy, and my eyes filled with tears. I love you munch, you did great!
Great to see all the dads and daughters that enjoy riding together, I'm lucky enough to have 3 and tho they all enjoy riding with me, only the youngest, now almost 16, has shown interest in riding her own. She started riding an XR80R that I picked up from a neighbor about 4 years ago and has ridden my XR250 a few times and loves it...she thinks I should buy a 400 or bigger and give it to her...can't say that I disagree Going to sign her up for the MSF course and get her license this spring, perhaps we'll do some of the TAT this summer. She's traveled to some rally's with me over in AL and the Georgia Mountain Rally a couple times...a good traveler!
Great post idea!
i am a newbie dad to a daughter so this will be my first post to this thread.
she is upstairs sleeping right now.
photo session with mom.
day tripping arround town
Can't wait for our 8 week old daughter to join her mom and I on a few adventures.
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MY two Daughters : Allison youngest passenger BMW-MOA rally Reinhbeck NY. and Mattison youngest passenger BMW-MOA rally Essex-Junction VT.
My granddaughter lovers to sit on the bikes and cries when I leave on them. She calls me Bumpy and every time a bike goes by she asks "bumpy home"?
here she is again being safe, wearing head protectiion
This was my older daughters 1st ride in 2005 - my wife was not happy.
Her younger sister turns 8 this year and will get her first ride this summer - my wife will not be happy . My wife is great by the way, she's just scared to death of having her babies on a bike.
Start them young by time they are 5 they think they are Evil Knevil and by the time they are 12 its cell phones and freinds. This is where I am at tryed to talk Allie into going to the 07 MOA Rally and it was a no go and in Sept Mattie rolled the quad and took 20 stitches to face. Looking for some good riding gear for kids for the up comming season...
That sounds familiar!
My youngest daughter. She's going to try to get into a motorcycle program in college. When she graduates next year, I may have a Buell Blast waiting for her.
My almost 8 year old daughter has only been on three short rides with me so far. I'm hoping to talk her into a weekend trip to the Texas hill country in the spring time to see the wild flowers in bloom.[/IMG]
Those bloody quads are more dangerous than a bike. Maybe they can spare a kid some minor bruises and scrapes he´d get in a lowspeed fall on a bike, but when a quad does flip it usally ends ugly...