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Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by LoCat, Dec 14, 2008.
COOL PIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!is that a brit?
my 16yr old son is currently at Lake Oswego for a 6 months student's exchange (we're from Germany). He told me about the snow that came down the last days. Also he told me that his "current father" enjoys powersliding around with his car .
Funny thing I incidentally hit your nice little report, made me smile to see how's winter in Oregon. Over here, they come around with that snowploughs at the very first sings of a snowflake lying around and clean away all the fun - grinches !
(and I love both your dog and Ural)
An excellent report!
Thanks. That's a fine RR. That pic is now my wallpaper as well.
He really doesn't.
He looks disappointed, like he's thinking, stop shooting pics and let's ride.
Great photos, thanks for posting them
Nice ride! Cool pooch! (no pun intended)
Can't wait to get home! Gonna take the Ural out for a snowy ride also!
Short and to the point. Gotta love it.
Definate front page material there.
Tell them to leave the snow around for some fun
I checked out your airhead...it's a beauty. I have a soft spot for R80's I have a 83 R80RT I brought back to life last year. Would love to tour your country some time.
Thank you so much for such an excellent report! Truly enjoyable
Great photo! Merry Christmas!
This is just too funny! Thanks for the new wallpaper. Love the look on the dogs face. It's like he's saying ok stop clowning around already and lets ride.
The poor doggie looks so sad. I guess there's just no rationalising going home to a dog in a sidecar.
Sorry to say we lost a great copilot today!
My best bud Josie was sent on the the longest ride ever
Hopefully it will be longer than all the rides we took together. She really dug riding in the hack and all the attention she got from the pretty women that just could not resist coming over to pet her and share some loving. She also became quite the daredevil hack monkey and took to standing up on all fours while leaning into the corners.
She was THE BEST and will be sorely missed.
So sorry to hear this. It's always so hard to let them go. My pup has a few more years to go but I know I'll have to face the inevitable sooner or later and I always strive to make the best out of every day.