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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Clansters, Jul 13, 2009.
Above Coffee Creek, California
She has quiet days ...
and others more restless. (?)
Yesterday at Highland Park in Ga.
Is the dog looking for something under the trailer or pouting?
Scoping something beyond the trailer me thinks. Don’t let him kid ya. He has it good. His bed and water bowl are just outta view. 70 degrees and shade. He’s also often off lease in-between ride sessions.
I'm so lucky!!!!, this great wife of mine (photo above) back in 1984 the weekend we returned from our honeymoon and then (photo below) this past weekend 35 years later still involved and enjoying MX racing with her old racing husband...What a wife!!!!
No question about it! She's way too good looking for you.
You are, indeed, a lucky dude!
Go Green! Congrats on the 35 years!
Do sleds count ? It was her idea. She actually talked me into getting them.
And was nice enough to take turns riding hers This weekend , mines in the shop.
I "Liked" the pix because you included your wives, but anymore snowmobile pix should result in a winter-long ban for posters.
I do not want any part of any hobby that involves being cold!
I HATE WINTER!!!
Love those old Kawasakis.
I bought a '76 KX250 in '78 at 14 years old. Unfortunately, it was the pinnacle of my life. Haha.
Thanks for sharing this.
Unfortunately, it was the pinnacle of my life. Haha.
Well that's not good. There's probably a thread dealing with that on AdvRider...
On to happier thoughts:
I love the "SEE YA" on the back of her Kawasaki 35 years ago!
She's still loving that Z125! But I've been warned that 'my' Ducati Scrambler may someday turn into 'our' Ducati Scrambler...
Easily remedied by converting "Ducati Scrambler" from singular to plural!
62 and still at it !! CJ on her 05 Speedy & 2010 on her way to the Horse Backstreet Smoke Out. Sold the 01 3 summers ago and got the Speedy
You know, there is a LOT of debate on this forum about tyres, best bike to ride, luggage, protective gear, farkles etc etc. But in reality, the only thing you REALLY need is a partner (wife in my case) who digs this stuff as much as you do. Uyuni salt flats, Bolivia, a few weeks ago.
Found this picture of my wife from 25 years ago when she first started riding with me. I love the smile inside the helmet.
And I distinctly remember her following right along behind her husband who was riding a Husaberg 350...She has always been a good rider.