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1946-2014
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Haven't ridden in two days so I thought I would take a spin on the scooter. Shoulda stayed the heck at the house. Weather radar showed rain North of me heading East so I figured it would be safe, WRONG! If I had driven into Lake Houston I could not have gotten any wetter than I did. Didn't even have a chance of getting home before the bottom dropped out. Can't see through my helmet visor, can't see through the windshield, can't see through my glasses. Made it fun to drive without hitting stuff. I survived but I was really wet and cold.
 

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LOL,

I was up in Conroe at my wife's relatives today. We bugged out right before that storm hit.

Some of the people who left a bit after we did, said it was hailing.

Anyways, glad you made it home ok.

Don't forget to make the bike all shiny and purty :)
 

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As soon as I pulled in the garage I took my helmet off and grabbed the leaf blower. That thing is amazing. Imagine a blow job for a motorcycle. Took about five minutes and the bike was all dry and shiny again. I, however, was still soaked to the teeth.
 
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