IOPARTO = italian woman + bmw r100gs + brasil to Alaska

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by ZOA, May 2, 2009.

  1. Yukoner2

    Yukoner2 Been here awhile

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    :rofl :rofl :rofl
    Canadian spelling would be "Moose" not Mouse.
    Big differance in size.
  2. overlandr

    overlandr Dystopist

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    Noooo - I prefer mouse! It fits the rest of the thread better.

    Edit: Just to clarify, I was referring only to Miriam's keen eye for detail and evidently sympathetic attitude towards all creatures displayed in this thread. Apologies for any other meaning - it was unintended.
  3. gelandestrasse

    gelandestrasse Fidem Scit

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  4. ZOA

    ZOA Been here awhile

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    I LOVE THA TYOU LOVE MY NEW LENGUAGE ..
    it's born from 23 month travelling ..:D
  5. gelandestrasse

    gelandestrasse Fidem Scit

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    Amiga, su Ingl├ęs es mejor que nuestro Italiano!
  6. Rockin Rollin

    Rockin Rollin Rockin Adventurer

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    Ya that is funny, I'm reading that & trying to visualize this mouse & baby as I'm qiukly read this next post...:oscar That is fun!!!:clap Thanks Miriam. & Yukoner2:lol3
  7. Rockin Rollin

    Rockin Rollin Rockin Adventurer

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  8. Yukoner2

    Yukoner2 Been here awhile

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    I guess we (I) should not pick on Miriam 's english, it is way better than my Italian and almost as good as my english.
    She told me about the encounter, so I knew it was a moose and thought I should clarify it to others.
    I had a couple great visits from her, and learned that she is an incredible person and a Great cook.:clap
  9. motosaint

    motosaint LTLYLTL!

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    I kept thinking "she missed a mouse, big deal!".. Then I figured it must be 'moose'. That was pretty funny.

    You're doing well.. English is my second language and I still remember how weird the language can be. Especially when it comes to spelling. It's one of the most mixed up languages..
  10. ZOA

    ZOA Been here awhile

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    :shog I'm a realy funny woman .ahahahah


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  11. gelandestrasse

    gelandestrasse Fidem Scit

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    Are you in Europe now?
  12. ZOA

    ZOA Been here awhile

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    yes..
    cahnging the gear box
    not without problem

    lets see tomorrow
  13. panhead_dan

    panhead_dan This aint jo daddy's Grundle.

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    Miriam,
    Thank you for taking us along with you. I enjoyed the RR very much!
    Absolutely the best!
  14. ZOA

    ZOA Been here awhile

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    ok

    I tell you

    I'm back home

    after change in the middle of the street in munich the gear box .. :rofl

    the adventure never end
    but now I will be here for .... a little bit

    see you with the pics ..
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    rgiroux Invisible Man Supporter

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  16. alphajory

    alphajory Been here awhile

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    congratulations :clap:clap:clap what a great trip and I'm sure you have some great memories...... thanks for bring us along and sharing with us.:D
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    hootch Been here awhile

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    I hope that it feels good to be home. It seems that stepping through the door after a long journey can be an eyeopening experience. May you have a wonderful rediscovery of your "former" life. If I win the lotto between now and the 2nd, I'll see ya!:freaky
  18. ZOA

    ZOA Been here awhile

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    thanks for all the compliments
    but
    I wont tell you more about this RIDE

    Stuked in DAWSON CREEK I finaly take the decision to leave with the bike: first and 4th gear are ok ..so ... 80km/h will be perfect for 600 km

    I feel it up the 35 liter tank of my love and .. on the way again

    I arrived in the evening at Edmonton where Cesare and Christine was waiting to me : a wonderful italian pasta was ready for me
    and :eek1 Cesare rent a trailer for bring my bike to the airport

    THANKS CESARE !!
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  20. ZOA

    ZOA Been here awhile

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    but the surprise doesn't finish here

    arrived in Calgary the bike is dropp off in 1/2 hour and Cesare bring me to the house of another italian

    surprise
    : he invite me just a empty appartment
    but when the lady care taker of the bilding see me ..she tell "you can stay with me in my appartment"

    and ANNA became another good friend