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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by chain, Nov 24, 2004.
Just a note to wish all the Central adv riders a Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours
Back at ya Chain. And also, to all AdvRiders, have a great weekend. Now, on Saturday am this turkey will find an Ozark backroad to blast down, perhaps the Mark Twain Nat Forest. Yep, sounds good.
And to you and yours. I've got a lot to be thankful for... Its been a good year.
I also have realized this year that I have alot to be thankful for as well.
Seems like the spring ride was a long time ago and really it wasn't. I have made some really good friends this past year and that is one of the things I appreciate the most.
Happy Turkey Day boys!!! I just found out I'm staying in Urbana for the next few years sooooo let me know when you plan another get-together.
did you get covered in snow yesterday?
About time to plan that winter meeting, dinner, beer drinkin thing dontchya think
HappY Thanksgiving from Skinner and Old School. It's to know you all.
To all Central ADVers,
Happy Turkey Day. I hope and pray your year has been as good to you as mine has been for me. If not, next year will be. We are all lucky. Life is good. Be safe, ride safe.
Looks like Pilot in your photo.
My twin sister survived there for 2 1/2 years with her hubby. You'll make it. Chaingolians will make sure of it.
that is indeed Pilot
I forget if we are in Central or East but Happy Day After
Where is Chain located?
Happy Holidays Dragoon
Chain is between the Sandridge State Forest and the Mackinaw River, 6 miles east of Springlake, & 7 miles east of the Illinois River.
if youre sending gifts Ill be more specific
I too have enjoyed a very fun year with new friends and lots of smiles/laughs. It has given me a new outlook when things go kind of cruddy that it is "all part of the adventure".
Take care and have a safe, happy holiday season to you and your families/friends!
Nice pic's Chain--seems so long ago!
No riding for me (yet) this weekend. I did help my Dad cut down and saw up a couple of trees at the ol' family residence back in Davenport. The trees were planted when I was less than one year old!!
Boy does time fly!! This is why I don't pass up many adventure ride opportunities....the clock is always ticking!!!!!!!!!!!
Don't forget that..