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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Bonebag, Mar 26, 2018.
Bonebag/Brit wedding was fab. Lots of rally friends there.
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It was great to see everyone!
Great pics & writeup! I am as old as dirt but trips like this make me feel young.
I remember that rally. Back when we were "Bikers"!
I'm glad you or Bay Photo figured out the right cropping for that photo. I didn't even think about it when I posted it. If anyone wants to get the right dimensions to frame it, I would need to do a specific crop and post it (happy to).
All of a sudden, that popped up when I was ordering it. I had not even thought about it, so I had to pick a specific size until the cropping field looked right, and that particular size I ended up cropping out mostly off the top.
Nobody is more surprised than I that I got it right () and you had it framed so nicely between the trees.
Thank you again for the wonderful photo of my friends and family.
Great write up. I won't miss it next year!
There's a link in that article to a bunch more photos I added to the gallery, but just in case:
And I wrote a couple stories that wouldn't fit on the editorial page:
I interviewed Cannonshot and need to write up a thing about his fascinating life one of these days for the new home page.
I was looking at those pictures. Gosh that rally was a lot fun. Good weather. Good riding, Good folks. Nice to look back.
And, pretty cool that Baldy joined us in the Northwoods. (Plus he is a great photographer that provided us with some really nice pictures.)
Once again, a wonderful time.
I hope @Bonebag and crew are ready for the influx of new attendees next year.
I might have to set up a mobile Starbucks at the campground.
Bonebag was right about knowing how to throw a party. There was a pig roast that generated some fascinated gazes:
Tell Sam that Harper says "Hi!".
I'm trying to get the gpx files, but the links are broken on this page.
Yep - Cannons old site is down. Here is the link to the new one.
Make sure to buy that man a beer for all of the work he has done posting these tracks and working the sport forward. Or better yet - buy a trail pass sticker and contribute to the greater good.
Still must be down?