Apple Valley Rally 2016 - Thursday Sept 29th - Sunday Oct 2nd, 2016

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by Apple Jam, Aug 7, 2016.

  1. drmiller100

    drmiller100 Long timer

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    i have a youtube video.

  2. RedlandDoug

    RedlandDoug Adventurer

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    I will bring some eggs, milk, sausage, bread, and firewood for group use Saturday morning.
    And yeah, AJ, that bottle
    Welcome to the West, HDLNR!
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  3. layzrider

    layzrider Layzrider

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    The long range forecast looks good so far. Good to see more people posting that they will bring some extra food for potluck breakfasts and saturday dinner. The plan seems to be just show up, bring whatever for potluck meals, including a bottle of whiskey or whatever you want to drink. Oh yea and then ride around somewhere. Did I leave out any important aspects?
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  4. tdewitt

    tdewitt gas'n it

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    AJ generally does Fajitas one night. I will put a camp nacho along side it what ever night we do it.
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    eric n Long timer

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  6. MortimerSickle

    MortimerSickle Semi-Adventurer

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  7. HellsAlien

    HellsAlien a has-been that never-was

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    So, does that mean yer gonna show for this?
  8. MortimerSickle

    MortimerSickle Semi-Adventurer

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    I am definitely out. (Ask AJ what that means.)

    Which will likely involve breakfast at the Huckleberry Inn, or someplace else, lunch at the Sportsman, or someplace else, and with any luck, a timely exit, just before the Blue Lights start flashing.
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  9. HellsAlien

    HellsAlien a has-been that never-was

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    LMAO! I will tell Mr Blue "No, dat wasn't me! Dat was a 70+ y.o. guy I chased on his birthday in Tillamook forest!"

    Lesson: ya don't have to be faster than the bear chas'in 'ya. just faster than 'yer buddy!
  10. One Fat Roach

    One Fat Roach honey badger

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    Mmm fajitasssss
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  11. Corradokid135

    Corradokid135 My KLR doesn't have a milk crate

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    1 week to go!!!! Some photos I have of the last couple years.....


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  12. Corradokid135

    Corradokid135 My KLR doesn't have a milk crate

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  13. 2thdrinOR

    2thdrinOR Been here awhile

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    Is there a noob count? I have a V-Strom 1000 with less than a dozen off pavement rides under my belt. Don't want to come and be "that guy" or ride by myself. Thanks guys...

    Also I would be riding in, so would just like to donate food money if possible...

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  14. Corradokid135

    Corradokid135 My KLR doesn't have a milk crate

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    In years past there has always been different level of riders & different sizes of bikes to join rides on so I'm sure there will be AT LEAST 1 other guy to ride with . None the less good times will be had and you won't regret coming out :super
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  15. tdewitt

    tdewitt gas'n it

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    It's ok to be that guy we all were once.
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  16. 2thdrinOR

    2thdrinOR Been here awhile

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    It's not that I'm concerned for myself, I just want to ride with some others that I won't hold up badly... nothing worse than waiting on a slow guy all day. But thanks for the welcome...


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  17. MortimerSickle

    MortimerSickle Semi-Adventurer

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    Slow guys don't hold up anyone. They just never get to rest. :D





    And, occasionally still are. :D :muutt



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  18. layzrider

    layzrider Layzrider

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    Slow? anybody is claiming to be slow ?they're going to have to compete with me for that honor
  19. 2thdrinOR

    2thdrinOR Been here awhile

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    Well slow and unskilled is different than slow and skilled!

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  20. MortimerSickle

    MortimerSickle Semi-Adventurer

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    If you have the ability to help pick up a bike, you are not an unskilled slow rider, you are a skilled sweep rider.
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