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Discussion in 'Battle Scooters' started by sro99, Aug 6, 2019.
I clicked like on that post with the snow, but only because we don't have this as an option...
Local history time...
Camp X was a secret British Special Training School from 1941-1946. In addition to the training program, the Camp had a communications tower that could send and transmit radio and telegraph communications, called Hydra.
Camp X 1941-1946
How it looks today.
Many people consider him to be one of the real-life inspirations for James Bond. Ian Fleming himself once wrote, "James Bond is a highly romanticized version of a true spy. The real thing is ... William Stephenson.
William Hardcastle and Hydra, a highly sophisticated telecommunications relay station...
Wikipedia link if you want to read more about Camp X...
Notable staff member Major Paul Dehn wrote the screen play for,‘The Planet of the Apes’ and the sequels thereafter. He also wrote the screen play to ‘Goldfinger’ (James Bond) by Ian Fleming in 1964. He won an Academy Award for Best Motion picture Story, ‘Seven Days to Noon’ in 1951, and produced, ‘Murder on The Orient Express’. The list goes on. He also did the screen play for ‘The Taming of the Shrew’....
Great post! Love the history.
So far these things are awesome....
Velcro closer around the headset and a Velcro closer around the mirrors so you don't have to remove them which would mean the screen would have to come off. Smart design.
Plastic windows are silly and will probably fail after time.
Put the heated grips at 40% and it's like a little oven!
Enough room to get to the horn and signal switch but a little tight for the high beam and Kill switch. Need to work it in and re-adjust the headset closer but its fine and they fit really well.
TUCANO URBANO BAR MUFFS R334 - UNIVERSAL FIT
This is the other style they offer. I thought the thumb pockets would be hard to use.
R363 and R369
Looks great for the cold weather. Thanks for posting.
Good for rain too. I'm starting to like riding in the rain.
We saw a documentary recently on Camp X. Interesting place with lots of history. Add a Thermoscud and you can comfortably ride in the temps you are experiencing.
The Smithsonian Channel did a 45 minute documentary on Camp X called World War II Spy School. It has real alumni telling their real life experiences. It's very good!
"Before there was the CIA, there was the OSS, a top-secret spy agency hatched by Roosevelt and Churchill in the darkest hours of World War II. The goal: help Britain get back into occupied territory by building an army of highly trained super spies. Discover the origins of modern espionage at Camp X, the first secret agent training school in North America, and pore over the manual that served as its bible. Through declassified items and firsthand accounts, we reveal the untold stories behind the covert war in history's largest conflict."
Watch it here...
I am off for a possible 1000 mile ride this week.
Ken and I are heading to the Panhandle for oysters and courthouses.
Nights in White Springs, Wakulla Springs, DeFuniak Springs and probably Apalachicola.
North Florida is great for riding this time of year.
I'm dreaming of Florida today...
I clicked "Like" because I understand that photo too well.
Moved to California 25 years ago, and that's it for snow.
Today was perfect for scooting in Houston 68f and 34% humidity but I caught the bug my husband had, sigh.
Well I clicked like on the pic because it's a spectacular picture. Hoping for warmer days in the near future for you S.Ro.