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Discussion in 'Alaska' started by Zahnarzt, Oct 29, 2013.
Allow me to personally thank you for leaving, and please.....stay where you are!
I usually don't, but then she quits feeding me and my hearing gets better...
The moving has been shelved for a few years due to military service so I will just have to visit for the time being.
And live vicariously through ride reports...
Hey, hey-- everyone lighten up on the guy. Seriously. Isn't this the sort of sentiment we want to encourage? (Tho' I suppose in your own way, you are)
This place can be a downright cold, harsh, lonesome, God-forsaken bug pit.
Pass it on! (doubly-so if they vote differently than I do)
All depends on your perspective I guess. One's cold, harsh, lonesome, God-forsaken bug pit can be another man's paradise. Kind of like back in the day when I lived in North Texas. People would tell me, "why are you leaving? This is God's country." I usually replied, "well then, you and God can keep it to yourselves, I'm leaving and I won't let the door hit me in the ass."
Maybe youre missing RedShifts point. I think its his point anyway, I could be wrong.
It aint for everyone, that's for sure, and that's a good thing. After a couple of years in Alaska, the thing I hate most is that its way more expensive to fix a snow machine after flipping it across the rocks than it is to fix a bike after doing the same. My skills are improving though.
Fixing skills or riding skills?
They are inversely related.
Unfortunately, its the snowmachine fixing skills that are improving….rapidly. :eek1