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Old 08-12-2011, 07:40 PM   #1
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Having a great time as usual. Interesting trip up. Front end went out of tow vehicle 16 miles from home. By the time we got bike unloaded and loaded in other truck we were behind a couple hours. About half way there blew tire on trailer. Not just flat, completely off rim. Guess what, even though I was sure I checked it the spare was flat. Two hours later and mobile tire service and we were back on the road. Was a little pissed by the time we got to Sturgis, but not going to let it ruin my good time. Time to head out and start the partaking of much drinkage.
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I've got a few buddies there. Say Hi for me if you see them. One has a black HD and one has an Orange HD. The black one has lots of chrome......... ;-)

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I would think it should be easy to find a black and orange Harley out there. My daughter and son-in-law are out there to and said that they are having a great time riding around the countryside. They also said the festivities are a hoot.
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Having a great time as usual. Interesting trip up. Front end went out of tow vehicle 16 miles from home. By the time we got bike unloaded and loaded in other truck we were behind a couple hours. About half way there blew tire on trailer. Not just flat, completely off rim. Guess what, even though I was sure I checked it the spare was flat. Two hours later and mobile tire service and we were back on the road. Was a little pissed by the time we got to Sturgis, but not going to let it ruin my good time. Time to head out and start the partaking of much drinkage.
Have one or two for me, unless I change careers I'll never make it to the rally in August. I'll look for you in the all the pictures posted, you're the one wearing the do-rag, right?
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Took wife to watch Stevie Nicks the other night. Wife wanted to see her because our oldest girl is named Rhiannon. She did the song so it
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