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    Thanks Tracy:)

    Clearly not a woman here, but have gotten to see Tracy's want to get some adventure in her blood! I led a happenstance kind a ride into the Ozark Wilderness during our GS time there in Oark. Tracy was present on her GS1200(A Trooper). We found it too daring as we got deeper into the woods and found ourselves supporting one another to get through and back out to pavement. A BIG Atta Girl for cheering on "Adventure" and getting all ya'll women involved, wanting more...Learn well, my friends... Offroad Adventure never looked sooooo good and awaits your smiles. Randy"Polarbear"

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    Women on GS's ROCK!

    So glad Tracy, Jenae, Dawn & all involved put this ride together for the ladies. The turn out was impressive. I would really like to see a larger female contingent on the trials competition next year too.

    Practice up, go explore & join the GS Giants on the Gypsy tour next year.

    Kevin

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    With so many big strong handsome guys to help and encourage us, we have no excuse!

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    I'm in for next year. Can I bring my TW200?

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    Anything works:)

    You wanna ride your trail bike, thats a fine choice and will only lead to your getting better on the bigger GS someday. As you grow in ability, you'll find yourself with fully loaded GS, touring on dirt byways. Voni, I know with your miles, you've been here, done some of this already. Just time in makes you even better and more confident of the bigger adventure bikes offroad. Its not how BIG they get, its how you balance the workload. It CAN be done, we teach it....Randy

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    In the words of my good friend, Kevin Schrader....Run what ya brung!

    You're welcome on a bicycle, Voni!

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    LOL!

    See you there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voni View Post
    LOL!

    See you there
    here come TWouble!

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    Fear the Turtle!


    BTW, I generally stop for turtles and help them across the road. But this morning, the ginormous snapper I saw was on his own!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newstar View Post
    Fear the Turtle!


    BTW, I generally stop for turtles and help them across the road. But this morning, the ginormous snapper I saw was on his own!
    Like this guy???



    He was in the yard one morning on the way to church.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev95GS View Post
    Like this guy???



    He was in the yard one morning on the way to church.


    Are you wearing two different shoes to church??? Love the polish, Kev!

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    More Pictures?

    I know there were a couple of different people taking pictures of our event. Are there any more coming? I'd like to see some from the road!

    Cheryl

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    Cheryl, are you on Facebook? If so, check out the GS Giants and/or Adventure Summit pages. There are a ton of pics there.

    Also, in a few weeks, we'll have the GS Giant web site updated and improved. Pic will be there too.

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    Cheryl, are you on Facebook? If so, check out the GS Giants and/or Adventure Summit pages. There are a ton of pics there.

    Also, in a few weeks, we'll have the GS Giant web site updated and improved. Pic will be there too.

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