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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by somecallmetim, Nov 14, 2003.
any of yens riding the Baby Burr national dual sport next weekend? Looks to be a good one.
Wish I could...they are always good !!!
What day are you thinking about? For a ride, not a dance.
Was actually thinking Monday. Or Sunday. Maybe Saturday, but may do a street ride to the shack and Big Rusty Bucket with a buddy and his wife. In conclusion, I’m down for whateva but I have to be home reasonably early Sunday to throw a party Sunday night.
you need someone to spot you the fiver until your SSI check comes thu?
Signed up for both days, see how it goes!
Mark, he’s “off” most days
Actually, retirement is treating me pretty well.
Honestly, I have more motorcycles than I need, a place to live ( actually, two ) my truck suits me fine. I would like to travel more, but I stay close to the farm for my dad, and my wife can't retire for a while. What to spend my money on? Maybe a Tenere 700?
Post up if you decide to ride. I might be able to squeeze a ride in this weekend. Work dependent as I am on call. Would not mind heading down your way to the Tar Hollow area for some off road or gravel.
Monday probably best for me.
I can do Monday.
If I get to bed early enough after the Sunday night party. lol
What time and where?
and as for great life, Mark seems to have one.
No planned ride at this point, just trying to stir up some interest. Basically the same areas we’ve ridden before is what I would be interested in.
I may be able to do a Monday. We are currently enjoying the Seven Springs PA. Resort and roadways. Due home Sunday. Are you riding little dirt bikes or real man size bikes?
I am currently drinking a cup of joe while sunning my taint on our 5th floor balcony over looking the ski slope's. It's what you do in retirement.
I'm fine with either and will leave it up to whomever can ride Monday. It's already not looking good for me this weekend. Will probably be an early Monday morning go, no-go decision for me. It's nice to still have a job during these uncertain times, but never knowing what the next day will bring is getting kind of old.
I will most likely be washing bikes and gear. After est.8-900 miles on this trip I may need a day off.
You’re retired. Every day is a day off