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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by Road Rash, Jan 9, 2013.
I can vouch fer RR assessment. Granted it was last September I was there, but the store was a nice addition. We had a Yurt so we had the fancy bathroom up on the hill. Looks like we might be able to make it. Our loop will bring us through on the 7th I think.
I'll put it on my calendar, hopefully nothing gets in the way!
Soooo...it's like what....an hour ride at best to your casa from the rally site??
I'd buzz home once or twice a day, feed & water the mob, then blaze back for the evening's shenanigans!....(but that's just me)
I'll (once again) try and make an appearance...but ya never know.
May swing out - more like 2 hours from our new place though.
What could be easier or more fun?
Ah yes, the pristine water closet that I recall....second only to the 101 toilet arrangement in Turkey.
So THAT'S what it looks like with the lights on. I'm sure glad it wasn't ME that was crawling around on that floor praying to the porceline god at two AM... but I digress.
Are we making any real progress over here?
Has RR arranged for the band yet?
Has anybody talked to that goat farm guy about borrowing one of his girls
for the de-n00bing ceremony yet?
Has anyone seen my marbles?
Im in the process of buying a tent. Looking forward to sharing some of my favorite whiskey and hearing some stories.
I'll need a lot of whiskey fornthe de-noobing process I assume
Unless you're driving a chase vehicle....it'll be more then you kin carry.
That bike slept that way all night.
^ More training needed, missed the tent entirely.
Whiskey helps , but duct tape is your friend
As I said earlier............
I think I have BPR talked into wearing a goat suite
And no, I believe you lost them
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I remember when that song came out - still has a peel!
No, uh... bones about it, you have me beat.
Yeah, REA hadn't showed up with electricity so I had to spin the record on the corn shucker and listen to it via a cardboard tube with a pin stuck in it for a needle.