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Old 08-02-2013, 10:37 AM   #6721
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The pool crashing is still on. I motioned Dunner second that you be the first to run across the yard to the pool, carried unanimous. So you just have to give us a time and date to show up at.
I seriously doubt you will keep up if that is the case! The only one that may keep up will be Dunner in his sand rail!

Did I mention I hate snakes!!
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Old 08-02-2013, 11:26 AM   #6722
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How do you count over 30 bites into your bike tire?
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Old 08-02-2013, 12:31 PM   #6723
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I remember stopping a rest areas out west and sometimes there would be signs that said "Do not walk on grass because of snakes." Then when I was young we visited my grandparents in southern Texas where the rest area bathroom doors had signs on them reminding you to look for snakes in the bathroom. I still have a habit of checking before proceeding. That would not be an interruption I would want.
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Old 08-02-2013, 02:18 PM   #6724
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How do you count over 30 bites into your bike tire?
One at a time, with leather gloves, then divide by two.
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Old 08-02-2013, 06:13 PM   #6725
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It was probably a lousy Goodyear that was Rivering,and if it would have been a Chinese bomb it never would have happened! If he had a tire pressure monitor it would have registered each bite! Geeez, that sounds like RVnet.

I have Goodyears on my coach.
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Old 08-02-2013, 06:46 PM   #6726
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Did it look anything like this thing I threw together one afternoon.
That my friend would have been my first bike!
Surprised you didn't add another set of forks on the front for the chopper feel.

My parents were clear about money, if it wasn't necessary then you better find a way to buy it yourself. I must have pulled a million gardens full of weeds (usually got a quarter and some times when folks were generous you'd get a half dollar) Found it alot more fun to recycle pop bottles (until we got caught) put my first bike together out of junk parts. Loved the banana seat(duct tape and all)
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I had Goodyear's on my toy hauler. They are now scattered and taking up residence in AZ, TX, CA, and NM.
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I also built a recumbercycle, but can't find any pics. The backrest was a banana seat. Also a 10 spd.
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How do you count over 30 bites into your bike tire?
The heads were still attached to the tire as the bodies were torn up and tangled in the spokes.
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I remember getting rattlesnake venom on my bike spokes when I was a kid. When that stuff dries, it's like dried sap.
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The news is saying we have to be "a lert". I'm tired of being "a lert". I want to be "it" now and then?
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The news is saying we have to be "a lert". I'm tired of being "a lert". I want to be "it" now and then?
Lert's don't get bit by critters!
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Lert's don't get bit by critters!
But does the world need more lerts?
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