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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by linkweewee, Aug 16, 2009.
damn had to look on the 3rd page
blink and you'll miss it!
now THAT's service! (of course,,having 2 dozen guys helps a lot!)
Must be the red uniforms.
Here is how it works in cutoffs.
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Kinda nippy out
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She looks nice.
Was at the beach last weekend and decided to take a very unimproved beach access road. I've done this road many times through the years on different bikes, my old Baja, the Blazer and in the Colorado. So when I seen the high water sign on an old barricade I just rolled my eyes and told Sue "yeah big puddles, big deal". Come up to the first puddle that was about 50' long and across the entire road, no big deal, I know the road and it has a very solid base, forge through it with no problem. The second one was a bit bigger, but went on through and "oh shit that was deep" I got out and checked waterline on the Colorado and saw that the water had gone over the front bumper, but all was good. Came up to a third puddle just as big or bigger with another big puddle just beyond that. After a bit of pondering I decided to take no more chances and turned around.
Going through the second puddle.
Took a different line through the second puddle thinking I just hit a low spot, and when I was almost through it the nose of the truck dove down and water came over the hood :eek1 the truck went through with no problem and I checked the air box right away and there was just a small amount of water in the bottom that I wiped up and all was good.
Maybe I'll do it in the Blazer in a couple of weeks.
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Thanks for wasting 7 mins of my miserable life Mort
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You actually watched the whole Bumping thing? :eek1
Hey Road Rash
Hola from Mulegé.
Al's lonely. Come down here and visit him all you workin stiffs.
Yesterday Jen and I had a nice ride from El Rosario to Mulege. Got some tamales in Villa Jesús María.
Got to Mulegé a little after dark last night (oops). Al treated us to a nice breakfast of waffles, bacon, and pomegranate picked from the tree outside the window.
Then he gave us the nickel tour while we tried to keep up on the qwad.
Mexican (no) helmet hair
What a great little town! An overcast day but that didn't stop the pasty Oregon gringos from getting sunburned. Now it's time for happy hour(s) and maybe an 80 year old's birthday party.
Sorry you're lonely Al
Wow I'm jelly of all these guys with wives that ride.
Good looking trip you have going on there.
Love hearing this. She's the best!
Well, you can trade 'em in for a better model. I've done it! ;-D
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Bet u r!
Sure don't miss that RR FF!
More riding tomorrow, hoy!
Awesome Zach and Jen! You took more cylinders than I thought you would!
Happy Birthday Al!
I might finally have more yeerz than cylinders!
We watched whale sharks (several) swimming/feeding at Coyote beach while we were sitting on our bikes up on Hwy 1, quite a sight!