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post #1901 of 3660 (permalink) Old 11-11-2012, 05:41 PM
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Was 70 here in pittsburgh too. Got yard work done early, then went out for a couple of hours. No freeway, just backroads. Couldn't get any better! Keep putting off taking it apart and working on it , hoping the weather will stay good

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post #1902 of 3660 (permalink) Old 11-11-2012, 06:16 PM
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Today is 11/11/2012. Unless my calendar is broken. LOL.
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Today is 11/11/2012. Unless my calendar is broken. LOL.
Oops I guess I screwed up the date when I set my watch for EST.

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Went for what is likely to be the last ride of the season. On the up side, it was a great day for this time of year in the north country!

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I installed the Reed Valve Block-off plates on my Meany today. It sure was a tight fit on the front jug. The radiator fan doesn't leave much room to get your hand in there...

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post #1906 of 3660 (permalink) Old 11-18-2012, 06:14 PM
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Didn't want to waste the beautiful weather so went on a 60-mile ride. Was a little nervous on the wooded back road with all the deer warning signs. Fortunately didn't cross paths with any.

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post #1907 of 3660 (permalink) Old 11-18-2012, 06:59 PM
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I made sure the dust was off it and that the covers were still covering all the places they are suppose to LOL. Got to keep my baby dust free as much as possible.
I lived in wichita falls for 52 years.Lot different riding there than here in denton.safer riding there,but nothing to see.My sister still lives there in university park.

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post #1908 of 3660 (permalink) Old 11-18-2012, 07:01 PM
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I went for 100 mile ride,almost went to clarks barbecue in tioga texas.its a biker destination.There was a whole row of sportbikes, then a whole herd of harley riders rode into the parking lot.I said to myself i dont belong to either of those groups so i rode on.

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I went for a ride today myself. It was not warm but I could make it for a while without falling off the bike. It felt good to just get out and ride.

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Unfortunately, I put the 800 to bed for the winter. Can't wait until next spring to be able to spend a full season with it.

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