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    Amma Holly's Avatar
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    Grandbabe

    I rode to Boulder, CO for the birth of my grand daughter. She arrived on Sept. 17th, and is adorable, of course.

    Now the trick is to get the bike back to ON before it gets too cold.

    Holly
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    Paul, that looks like a blast. Smooth sailing and triple bars ahead.
    19 BMWMOA Nationals under my belt, and I have no idea what I am doing.

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    Congratulations, Holly.
    Warm thoughts for you and your safe ride home.
    19 BMWMOA Nationals under my belt, and I have no idea what I am doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonskiOne View Post
    Not many street bikes out here.
    Please submit this one for photo of the week, man.
    Dave Swider
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    Some bikes. Some with motors, some without.

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    My lovely wife brushing her hair while we go shopping in Osage Beach, MO, where the CCR was held this year.
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    Every fall I try to take a 4 day weekend and tour the Black Hills. The colors in early October are beautiful, and the riding is incredible. This year I was able to hook up with my son Colin and Barry (mrmaico on this forum) for some fantastic riding.

    Following Barry and Colin down Iron Mountain road:



    Stopping to enjoy the colors:

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    MRMAICO
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    I couldn't agree more Rich, it was the perfect time to be riding the Hills.
    The pictures don't really do justice to the colors though. Thanks again
    for getting the "on the fly" shots.

    Barry




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    fun this summer

    Do RS guys really have more fun?



    With Sarah at the Stanley Stomp. Father Bob, a DA, keeps a close watch on the proceedings.

    Rinty

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    Summer Riding in WA
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    And not a single GS

    Some where in Western Wisconsin




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    Riding and, wishing I were riding.

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    The Road to Wisconsin

    I had a blast this summer on my way to and from my first national rally. Here are just a few of my favorites, some of which you've seen before. . . .



    Furthest east I'd every been on a bike to that point, and first time in this state.



    Found a great campground in Boone, Iowa, "Whispering Oaks."



    Child of the corn.



    Happy Tom: Camera in hand aboard the scoot.

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    Smile Golden Gate Bridge at sunrise!

    This was quite a morning.

    Last edited by EscapeArtiste; 01-27-2008 at 01:35 AM. Reason: oops

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    Quote Originally Posted by EscapeArtiste View Post
    This was quite a morning.

    Nice shot!

    Say I think I have a poem writen just for you (well not really for you but..)
    called appropriately The Escape Artist. lets see......
    its in here somewhere.....Oh, here it is.
    It was one of the first that I wrote when I got back into writing in 99

    THE ESCAPE ARTIST

    Wrapped up in chains,
    And locked in a box;
    And dropped in the River,
    His existence forgot.

    For years it just lay there,
    As the silt piled round.
    He just sat in his box,
    In a world without sound.

    Up above in the light,
    The world carried on.
    While he sat in his box,
    They forgot he was gone.

    The once famous artist,
    Now so quiet and still.
    He just sat in his box,
    In the water so chill.

    Then many years later,
    When by accident found;
    The box was retrieved,
    Returned to dry ground.

    The wood, mostly rotted,
    Simply turned into dust.
    Inside, naught but chains,
    All covered with rust.

    Of the once famous artist,
    Not a clue did remain.
    They remained unaware,
    Of his sorrow and pain.

    As so often happens,
    With any great art.
    The creator’s forgotten,
    Until they depart.





    RM

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbOnIce View Post
    Some where in Western Wisconsin




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    Who is that handsome devil on the mighty K bike? I hope you saved all of our rustic road adventure shots as my computer ate all of mine. If it wasn't for all the snow piled in front of the carraige house door, i'd be tempted to strike out for a bit this afternoon.

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