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    Finding the Polarbear, Free stuff!

    Touring through Central California? I have a shady camping area, garage dedicated to m/c's service and so on, most tools, welder, tire machine, 3dogs, 18chickens and 3 show horses(ridden a lot) at our mini ranch. I(and wife) welcome most touring riders,etc..Need a spot to rest, stop by, if you can find it. We consider it slightly off the beaten path and peaceful country, Foothill Sierra Mtns..East Clovis,CA. Need your own camping gear is all and give us a couple days notice if possible...Doors open. SequoiaNP and YosemiteNPs are very close, 45m and 60m. respectively. LOTs of touring tips for OFF the main roads touring from here and about Middle Cal.. Want less freeway/traffic, WE have the backroads most never find, except locals, running all over North and South. OUR California Fall and Spring temps and scenery are exceptional for touring, so get after it. PS;BMW(BMW of Fresno) Dealer is 20m away in FresnoCA, from my home, so if you cannot get r done yourself with my garage and me perhaps, you have dealer options. Best regards to all, Randy Polarbear and Gini, my better half....Long timers in the saddles of horse and bikes. 5593236780h,5592882555c, ClovisCA. GSA1200,R100/7, KLR650. Many Critters

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    Sounds terrific!

    You're the best

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    What a generous offer. Hope we can take you up on it someday!
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    Thank you Randy. Next time I'm in California, I'd like to take you up on your offer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Polarbear View Post
    5593236780h,5592882555c, ClovisCA.
    Randy, what does this mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visian View Post
    Randy, what does this mean?
    I assume it means home phone #, cell phone #, and location is Clovis, CA.
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    May be we need to do an (UN)anonymous and we who welcome travelers can all put our names down?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkM View Post
    I assume it means home phone #, cell phone #, and location is Clovis, CA.
    kripes, i was wondering if they were some kind of new GPS coordinates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visian View Post
    kripes, i was wondering if they were some kind of new GPS coordinates.
    There is no such thing as "GPS Coordinates".

    No matter how many times people use the term.

    Or perhaps I should say irregardless of how may time people use the term.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robnye View Post
    There is no such thing as "GPS Coordinates".

    No matter how many times people use the term.

    Or perhaps I should say irregardless of how may time people use the term.
    Says who? It's a common term. Google it. It's even in the Garmin glossary. Had your Ritalin yet?
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    Irregardless...

    hahaha! I got it...
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    :), Puzzling!

    Well, I left the spaces out of the numbers and figure the best can figure it out. A lot here know me already and I have ridden all my life to 59 now, as many have. My BMWs have carried me the last 40 years now, with a few m/x and others thrown in. JUST giving back to a family of bikers that have always kept me smiling and wanting to ride more. Those #s will find me and I hesitated to just give the address out worldwide! It is still my home, not a business, but indeed open to my like minded folk. We are Country Folk, even in CA.., grown in VA..Our few acres has a lot of good comfy space, 150x250'arena too, for horses and GSA's needing practice...I teach...Happy Trails all, Randy"Polarbear"Owens#13233.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkM View Post
    Says who? It's a common term. Google it. It's even in the Garmin glossary. Had your Ritalin yet?
    Yup, it's one of those terms that was developed for and by the unintelligent; a perfect example of the dumbing down of society.

    So... These GPS coordinates, they were invented by Garmin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robnye View Post
    Yup, it's one of those terms that was developed for and by the unintelligent; a perfect example of the dumbing down of society.

    So... These GPS coordinates, they were invented by Garmin?
    Or a perfect example of how language evolves? You should come on down off your high-intelligence horse before you hurt yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkM View Post
    Or a perfect example of how language evolves? You should come on down off your high-intelligence horse before you hurt yourself.
    Fo shizzel yah man.

    I guess you're a fan of reverse evolution.

    Calling the change of a term such as Latitude and Longitude to "GPS Coordinates" is evolution? Please.

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