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Discussion in 'Alaska' started by Fighter, Mar 26, 2006.
(cone of silent's) Ok Fite your suckering in the Noobe again (cone of silent's)
Blue 650; Windstrom 'Manta' screen and black 'Zooki tank bra... I wear black/yellow Tourmaster and black/yellow helmet.
Was that you on Goldstream?
Did your driveway thaw out yet?
Clarification for those who do not know George Rahn.
He has Trail's End BMW in Fairbanks.
At last count he holds the record for being the proprietor of the oldest continuously run BMW dealership in NA.
A way cool guy, a fountain of knowledge, a living legend, and an Alaskan institution. He deserves our recognition. Fite
Does anybody have a videocam? Might be fun to record some of the TC table talk...
I lived on Mack street just a couple blocks from his place... every day he'd run errands on his old R or the hack.
are you kidding there will be more them one lerking about
Fighter's beer allowance just went from 6 to 5...
It has been a time since I have had the time to comment properly on things.
I'll do my part and Hell yes!
Ok now that is done, let me know if you need anything else......
I chuck in a few clams for George!
I never met him but from all accounts he a good man and quite the character.
YES, YES, YES, yes....... (didn't want to seem to anxious) (how'ed I do?)
Map or directions????
WTF is goin' on up there in on the mainland?
Rain and strong winds on the Kenai (with up to 18' seas for the ferry trip).
There's fires around Nanana with possible road closures.:eek1
There's road advisories for the James Dalton Hwy mile 250: Bilzzard conditions, ice, wind and snowplows.:huh
You guys are puttin' on one hell of a show, I'm thinking this may truly become an "Adventure" ride! SEE BELOW!
Barren Islands and Kamishak Bay waters 400 am ADT Thu Jun 8 2006
...Storm Warning Friday... .Today...E wind 30 kt. Seas 9 ft. .Tonight...E wind 40 kt. Seas 15 ft. .Fri...E wind 50 kt. Seas 18 ft. .Fri night...E wind 30 kt. Seas 15 ft. .Sat...Se wind 30 kt. Seas 14 ft. .Sun...Se wind 20 kt. Seas 12 ft. .Mon...Variable wind 10 kt. Seas 8 ft.
Parks Highway: from Milepost 291 to Milepost 295
forest fire, delays of uncertain duration, reduced visibility -- reduce your speed, prepare to stop, use low beam headlights for two days
last updated today at 8:41 AM
James Dalton Highway: from MILEPOST 235 to MILEPOST 250
snowplows in use, difficult driving conditions, winter equipment recommended, icy patches, blizzard, gusty winds, reduced visibility -- only travel if absolutely necessary, reduce your speed until tomorrow at about 8:00 AM
last updated today at 8:04 AM
You right Frank...thanks for the headsup...FYI for out of state travelers...
www.511.alaska.gov is a good resource.
WHA? This is just summer in Alaska!
Is there a problem?
The Cabin is ready and awaiting your arrival.
How many people are gonna be in the single bed?
Ok fine, I know that kind of talk is just not right!
Gonna stop all references to that, it makes me nervous.
So update me dude!
There will be four of us for the evening, hopefully not in the same bed.
I'm thinkin' we'll get there around 5-6 p.m.(of course standard "ish" rules apply).
Do you like halibut?
Talk to me Gus...
I just arrived from the positively Beautiful British Columbia (Victoria/Vancouver Island) and the Wx here in FAI is stellar.
A bit of low overcast and a light breeze, but don't think anything of it. Re: the Nenana fire, it's a lil' piddler and won't be a factor. Besides, aren't the most of you crossing West to East on the Denali highway? If you're coming from Delta Junction, no factor.
Can't wait for Sunday at the Turtle Club.
Ride safely, everyone!
phone me if there's anything I can set up (parts/service/stuff) in FAI.
I'll be bending nails for the next coupla' days, but don't hesitate to PM or call.
see you soon.......Be safe my friend......
What time is dinner?