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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Gerg, Dec 17, 2011.
I'm out of d door...
That's a good look for you, Mike. You been working out?
I'm out. Ride safe and have fun kids.
Not leaving until tomorrow morning. Dammit, I want to slip out of the office, go home, jump on the bike, and hit the road. Ugh....
Leaving within the hour
I'm in Isabella now.. getting gas n a sandwich. Cool, broken clouds, light breeze
Off to camp momentarily.
Truck is packed. Picking up the Husky from George at ESP today at 1:30. (radiator repair) Heading to camp str8 from there!!! Talk about cutting it close! See you FF's there!!!
Work, work, work.
Should be there tomorrow afternoon, feel free to start without me.
Just hanging out waiting for you... been sunny out here since 10AM, we would have made Coalinga by now.
Call me or text me your cell.
Ugh, I wish. Oh well, tomorrow's ride should be fun (and scenic). Speaking of which, I need to make sure all of my Countour batteries are charged, and track down all of my memory cards.
ETA - Kernville 5:30pm
Looks like we'll be leaving here Saturday morning.
Same here...went from leaving on Thurs to Fri and now Sat early AM..happy to have the work though....
Both my wife and I have been working too much lately. I don't want her riding in the type of weather we had today.
I reckon same may go for me, but I'll be there Saturday night come Hell or high water.
That's what I get for going to Hawaii for Easter.
Packed and ready to
... but not until after work tomorrow
Hope to arrive ~7pm unless a stop for :dg along the way.
So far not more than a few sprinkles hear and there.
Finally made time for a little dinner.
Gerg has something really good on tap.
Blone ale and just hanging with Danny Jimmy and Charles and met a few new FF's.
Good times and it is going to be a good weekend.
Getting ready for bed so I will be ready to roll in the morning.
All you at home get you asses here you are missing out.
we had a serious but short cloudburst on the coast a couple hours ago, it will probably be in your general vicinity in 12 hours or so.