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Thread: The Ride from Lima...from the Pillion Perspective

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    JOECUBANA
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    The Ride from Lima...from the Pillion Perspective

    Hey everyone...

    We had to leave the rally Saturday to attend to family and business matters before Monday (sigh)....

    I could post the usual ride report....nice roads...too many trucks....too dang hot, etc....but I thought I'd let my wife tell things from her perspective.....

    Well, here we are leaving Lima on 309....see you all next year!
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    JOECUBANA
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    ....From the Pilion, again...

    Here we are on 42 going by Loraz' house...

    Hey Gale!
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    JOECUBANA
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    pillion...redux

    Man, I'm glad it's not as hot today....but is my butt SORE!...gotta keep him stopping every hour or so.....

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    JOECUBANA
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    Almost Home??

    Are we there yet??

    Should have gotten that sheepskin cover...

    I am so bored here...should have gotten the Autocomm....hey, wait....I may be able to see something different...let me try....





    Hey, maybe I should get my own bike....

    thanks for seeing things from 'my' point of view (or lack thereof)

    Tracey
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    Brrr YB in IN's Avatar
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    This may be one of the cleverest threads ever. Good job.
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    Pillion Perspective

    ROTFLMAO !!
    Very good perspective you have.

    A friend of mine and is wife rode to and from Cincinnati,Ohio to Cruso, Tennessee .
    To make things more compact he had a Joe's UPack stuffed with camping gear.
    She only had enough room to squeeze,and slide into a small pocket on the pillion.
    I must give anyone a big "Job Well Done" to sit still for all those miles . ;-)
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    Roflmao

    That is hysterical. Love it.

    Also the L&T Jennifer loves having the AutoCom, cause she used to say the same thing. Tell Tracey I said Hi
    -=Brad

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    Brilliant!

    Thanks for the report.

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    SCDorman
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    Tracey - Patrick says to make Joe buy both the Autocom and sheepskin covers before the next trip. He heartily approves of both.

    Steve

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    I think she should get the bike for herself.

    or... a phone book to sit on.

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