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Discussion in 'Photos' started by DirtKnob, Jun 10, 2012.
My dog Griffon goes with me almost everywhere.
Its name Seba !
I don't have a photo of it cuz some attractive young thing tore it to shreds, but when I was getting ready for a ride the length of the Blue Ridge Parkway back in 2008 my neighbor's little girl asked me to take her little stuffed monkey along and take pictures of it in every state, preferably with people I met on the road. So I lodged it right behind the windshield and set out for adventure!
I made it to State College PA the first day, saw a couple of sweet coeds with sweater puppies to die for. Pulled up and asked if I could take a photo of them holding my monkey.
Poor choice of words, as it turned out, but I'd never heard one's junk called that before! Did you know a properly outraged woman can leave fingernail marks in a helmet visor?
Sneaky Pete feels very under appreciated; can't imagine why he is so unpopular on camping trips
Sadly, lost after I looped the bike. But, rebuilt bike, new mascot? Nothing quite fits...
Marty Moose, always was a VACATION fan... he's been good luck...
Thank You all for posting your travel mascots.
Mine, Hobbit the little Kiwi.
Ellens, Chiwi (Chinese Kiwi)
The little guy has ridden over 200k on my LT, and is ready for another long run on my RT.
He looks a lot better in the picture than in person.
Chaos Fuzzybutt who was given to me by my daughter when she was 3. He has followed me to Iraq twice and to Afghanistan. He has flown over 2000 hours of combat with me in my helicopter. He also has rode countless miles. And you can't have Adventure without the lead character from the cartoon Adventure Time. Finn the Human.
Bacon isn't really 'my' mascot (take a look here for his story http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=287919)
Mate, I was maiting for someone to post the little porker! Thanks a lot for that!
Nice, I was stationed at Biturg, Great Bier, Bitte Ein Bit......
not a great pic but you get the idea
How many of you travel with a "friend" somewhere on your bike? Here is a pic of "Ollie" the travelling owl on mine.
This little guy rode with me up to the Yukon. Was the perfect travel companion, didn't talk!
And "Heather" (She lost half her leg eventually), daughter dearest very reluctantly gave up one of her many Barbie's, but would not part with any clothes.