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Old 09-02-2005, 10:41 PM   #1
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Theresa and I are heading up to the Nelson, Pentincton, Revelstoke area to camp and ride our Harleys around for about 3 weeks starting next weekend. Figure the RV spots aught to be open, kid's in school, and the weekend mini-van camopers out the wqy
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Theresa and I are heading up to the Nelson, Pentincton, Revelstoke area to camp and ride our Harleys around for about 3 weeks starting next weekend. Figure the RV spots aught to be open, kid's in school, and the weekend mini-van camopers out the wqy
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Old 09-03-2005, 01:04 AM   #3
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Hi Dave & Theresa,

And a hearty welcome aboard to the great folks at iRV2! Great lookin' slide in/truck combo. Just saw your pictures in the Photo Gallery.

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Hello Dave and Theresa, and Welcome to our Forum. You are correct.. the camping population should be down some by then.
The areas you have chosen to ride are truly magnificent. I'm sure you will enjoy the area and Welcome to Canada. Please keep us posted during your vacation......Brad
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by fj40dave:
Theresa and I are heading up to the Nelson, Pentincton, Revelstoke area to camp and ride our Harleys around for about 3 weeks starting next weekend. Figure the RV spots aught to be open, kid's in school, and the weekend mini-van camopers out the wqy </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
Hey Dave!

An option we've been tossing about in recent days!

For the last number of years, we've been toting along behind us, a lightweight (235 lb dry) Yamaha XT 225. But as we get older (and older); the entire endeavour tends to become much less and less fun. This is a machine designed for kidz; but we are no longer kidz!!

I'm tending these days to return to the concepts of my youth; when you could ride all day on a Harley without reference to monkey-butt! More and more, the concept of towing a big bike on a trailer behind us, tends to become more and more appealing.
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