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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by Buzztail, May 2, 2012.
He said NOvember. Must be abstaining from something, what is it?
It’s NO to just about everything...
Sounds like you ffs need a dose of mountains.
That I won’t say no to...
We need to get together up there.
I’m down for the Trot but back up there by mid November.
How about forgetting to bring your helmet to prefest?
Good times had, regardless.
You can use mine. I’ve got mush to protect anyway
It’s a shame you don’t own a van or something that would carry a helmet everywhere you transported your bike.
Nuthin to gripe about here-- this is about as gold/sublime as it gets in the 850.
That was indeed a great good time, helmet or not. What is good, Phaedrus, and what is not good? Perfect weather, a roaring fire, and entertaining conversation with likeminded chuckleheads over a wee dram—that is good! Ya know yer having fun when somebody announces the sun is coming up soon, and that’s the first time ya realize yer tired
Let’s do it again!
Now as for the cherry whiskey, I ain’t doing that again. Quoth Phaedrus, “This stuff tastes, um, Robitussin-y. I don’t dislike it.”
Funny how my opinion changed from 12am to 9am ->
Cherry whikky probably tastes better than Harlem.
Man that stuff was putrid
Boston. The one in Massachusetts.
Yeah, fuck that place
While not the typical 22000 word rant we usually see from Mini the judges still score it a 9.7 based on subject matter alone
Was there in 2004 for a wedding. Boston ain't for everybody/me.
Still, my hosts showed me Lynn beach and i shacked up in a tony house in Saugus overnight that nobody here would turn down.
America is many places.
Took the toy hauler to Boston a few years ago. Stayed @ Wompatuck State Park.
Lots of stuff to do. Had a great time!
I spent 3.5 hours putting 60 miles on a Hundai yesterday. But then there's this. I feel a little better.
New Hampshire is gorgeous & the woods look perfect for trail riding from the highway. The rocky hills would probably be miserable all winter though.