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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by PackMule, Dec 20, 2007.
Just put this together for my monkey......more to do but roadworthy now...
Now that, is a cool outfit.
Always did like those early 11's.
Taking Hooch, one of our host pups on Long Island, out for a spin - I couldn't tell if he liked it or not
Desmo on his birthday ride to Napa.
Of course he is liking it, see his flying ears!
He does have great hack riding ears!
Getting Szylvie acquainted with her new ride. Next step is a short trip up the road with the harness on. Then Rex-specs, then a full blown ride around town.
She looks so agitated and upset!
Unfortunately I don't have the bike, sidecar or monkey anymore.
That was heartbreaking, but very effective. I hope there is a special place in hell for anone who does this. All of my four animals were rescues. Only one left right now, and it's impossible for me to imagine my life without them. Thank you, and thanks to all of you for posting in this thread; it's really brought light into my days.
So, here are the little guys.... And one of bodhi on his day off...
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Some pictures from our weekend trip out to Wenatchee / Chelan this weekend.
Sophie was the star of the show, of course, and rode further than she has ever done before, over some really rough stuff in some really trying heat. She's a little trooper!
At least it looks clear there, thankfully no fires for you guys. We can't even see our mountains, just across the border.
Another awesome ride today. This is the BEST personal and dog investment I have ever made. Swapped out two new tires/tubes and adjusted my bearings so a short test ride was in order; that turned into a four hour adventure.
Explored a bunch of dirt roads up and down the hills and hollers.
Pups were happy. I was happy. We all enjoyed a smoked pulled pork and brisket sandwich at the gas fill up. All is good in the world.
Up and at 'em before dawn to beat the heat. About 5 hours today along some of our favorite dirt roads through the hills and hollers. Average about 20 mph - LOL.
Out to the Arkansas border to ride the River Road along the Illinois Scenic River. So mesmerized I forgot to take pix.
Back up to check out the buffalo herd, but they were chillin' on the back part of the property.
Elijah the little monkey giving me the stink eye - "Let's move it - huh?"
Monday dawn patrol.
That look says "Enough with the pictures, lets go!"
Playing a little Oklahoma tag. Tri-State borders today: OK, AR, MO.
A little wet but super fun back road ride. Super pleased with their comfort and willingness to adventure.
Did 6 1/2 hours today but only 115 miles. LOL. Ural is like a little turtle trumbling along the red dirt hills and hollars.
Nice ride today. Low 60s in am and about 85 by noon!
"Uh, hey dude, I think you took a wrong turn? There's no cheeseburgers in the Sahara!"
Just chillin under their new umbrella while waiting to cross the border