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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Bonebag, Oct 29, 2015.
Boots. Never have too many.
QUOTE="vwboomer, post: 30191494, member: 82157"]you didn't see the fine print cuz yer old n stuff. previous winners ineligible[/QUOTE]
Especially multi winner's. :)
I'm a multiloser. ask anyone
except that beer part
I will even say I somewhat enjoyed the Rolling Stones Special Silver Edition Tequila, judging by how much I sampled it.
Brad is ok, Don't hang out with Nate! or was that ride with Nate? I dunno.
KTM rally is in September
I wish I had enough vacation time to do both, mama want's to see the Pacific North West next year and the KTM rally happens to be on the way, I've never seen Yellow Stone or the Monuments and I'm not getting any younger.
Can't fault you for that..but We would expect to see you on one of the weekends for a drink..or maybe two
Yellowstone takes a couple of hours, provided you don't sit at the entry gate in line too long. Unless you're behind 486 rental RVs. If that happens...my condolences. I rode through it and pulled into the parking lot for Old Faithful. It went off right as I got there. I hopped on my bike and peeled out ahead of the humanity. It would take a large sum of cash to get me to go back.
I'll take the Northwoods over any of that stuff out west.
We went in April. No lines, no RV's, no crowds Course only the north road was open, but on the upside ALL the animals were coming back from their wintering grounds. Even the mule deer
I just stay away from the parks. The National Forests are better, imo.
Be sure to go thru Glacier Nat. Pk on your way, and bear tooth pass from Red lodge to Cody.
You should be pretty good in September vs the summer months when, I'll have to agree...the enjoyability declines a bit due to the "oh look..a wild squirrel" factor Any of the national parks are a must see at one point or another. Brit and I did Yellowstone first weekend in October once and a 4wd was very necessary in most places
Not very many geisers in the national forest
But, plenty of geezers at the Central Rally!
@papalobster & Members of the Team:
B E H O L D!
NunBus, II? NunBus Redux? ?????
(Fly & Drive, Ride & Drive . . . . . or delivery could be arranged.)
8 Grand for a 2000 van that's all shitty with dents and such...and they guy says he wouldn't tow it anywhere cause the motor is weak but new...that guy has lost his mind... Here's the real deal...talk him down to 1800 http://milwaukee.craigslist.org/cto/5746232418.html
Sweet ride if it was 5+ years newer with a dirty max under the hood.
sent from my wicked android thingy.
I saw the vehicles up in the Northwoods - rustbuckets, and only a few years old . . . fenderwells, door sills, doG knows what else. Not being a rustbucket is worth a bunch!
(Unless, of course, buyer insists on living where the Pahrs That Be insist on salting the roads at the first hint of cold stuff. In which case, buy 'em and scrap 'em when they'd just be getting good down in doG's Country.)