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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by Doogle, May 7, 2013.
I think that's more to do with gooberment officials than the people of those countries.
Absolutely. But, the government is the ones that will be pulling him over if he is in those countries.
After you left your house on 24 may we followed you daily. Special the days you stayed in Russia in Sacha's house. Indeed wonderful helpful people.
For my mother and for us incredible that we could meet one of the son's of Arlo Lear.
The monday morning you left our house I (Hilde) was in the garage looking at your motor bike and tears came down. Thanks for coming our direction. For us it was the climax of our holliday. We never forget.
We and special my mother is very happy and we all wish you a save flight home.
For Gayle we are glad her husband is coming home soon. Lots of luck together.
Kisses Hilde and Theo
No, its not.
Believe it or not, traffic police policy/behavior is not related to high-level political and/or diplomatic disputes...
I guess I should've said that I would be worried about it given my zero experience with the area.
Gayle's husband is home.For a couple weeks anyway.
I was only police stopped once on my whole trip-in Russia.They looked at my passport and drivers license and sent me on my way in 2 minutes.
Are you still in Russia? Waiting for the ski resorts to open?
8-29-13 In Dublin
When I bought my ticket for the ferry to Dublin,I brilliantly used all my remaining Sterling money and put the remainder on my credit card. When I got to the Port in Dublin I had a problem.The port is not close to anything.I needed a ride to the hotel.Cab drivers accept Sterling money,even though the Euro is their currency.There aren't any ATM's around. One cab driver agreed to take US dollars. He was trying to take me for a ride. He took me to the wrong Travelodge even though I was telling him he was going to the wrong one.He said it was on the way to the other one. NOT
I turned my GPS on.The hotel was 4.2 mile from the dock-straight line. 7.9 miles on the road.When I turned the GPS on he eventually said he would not charge the full fare.The meter reading would have been $57.He said $35.I guess I was lucky he accepted US currency.
It was a 4 mile walk to the airport. I had time and didn't want to get any Euro's from an ATM for a cab.I was a little sweaty when I got there.
My flight went to Chicago.Then I switched planes before going on to Cincinnati. And there,my wife is waiting for me. I'm finally home.
Welcome home. Enjoy the adjustment and the family. Jbar28 gets to Dayton in late Step... Let's shoot for the end of Sep or early Oct to meet at the Fifth St Pub. You might oughta bring a driver since I think we owe you a couple
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Well done amigo First ones on me next time we meet. Great trip with some great experiences
Those pictures you are taking----I gather that it is against the law to take a picture of a scene with a pretty girl in it? Or maybe there are just no pretty girls in those places? You are doing a great job of avoiding being arrested for breaking the law. Not like Colebatch
Edit-----But the pictures you are taking are really good---and I am enjoying seeing those places and structures that otherwise I would never see----so don't take the above as a criticism ---so much as maybe just a suggestion as to how to improve upon otherwise a great presentation -----
If there were too many pretty women in my pictures,I might not be taking anymore trips.
This was actually the first thread I started reading on this site, and I followed it to the end.
I loved it, no glamour, everything was raw, just how it really is.
Your not trying to get sponsors, nothing special, it is just you, your bike, and an amazing journey.
Thank you so much for taking us along
I'm glad you liked it.
I don't want to ride for a cause or a sponser. I want to ride for me.No obligations or reporting back. If I don't finish a trip,no hard feelings.
Now that is the spirit! that's what freedom is about
Thanks for taking us along my friend and welcome back home