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Thread: Farewell to Rocinante!

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    jeffhassel
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    Farewell to Rocinante!

    This is a tribute to my R1200GS that took me through 23 of the lower 48, 3 Canadian provinces and Alaska in the last year. Last week I sold Rocinante to make way for the next chapter in my life; a move to Guatemala to study Spanish and work into a cutting-edge Community Development org. As "therapy" I created this video of "best of" pics put to Ringo Starr's song, "Photograph!" i hope you enjoy it!


    Here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X2q8D7hOUlI


    Viva!

    Jeff

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    Rather Be Ridin' alabeemer's Avatar
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    Nicely done Jeff! A great tribute indeed. Good luck to you in your new endeavor !
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    Great way to preserve the memories! Good luck to you!

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    Great show! And yeah, good luck down there. Keep an eye out for Salcar down there... He's in Nicaragua.

    http://www.bmwmoa.org/forum/showthread.php?t=15167

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    Farewell to a NC BMW and it's rider

    A fine video to celebrate your bike. I am always sad to lose a North Carolina rider and their BMW, but learn and enjoy your upcoming adventure!

    Hope you will come back to NC later on, and I hope you will get another BMW. They seem to be remembered very well after some significant journeys.

    Take care of yourself in Central America, and come on back to North Carolina and tell us some stories!

    Godspeed and good luck!
    Onward, through the fog!

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    WHAT? You're moving to Guatemala, Latin America, and your not taking your GS... am i missing something?
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