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    Re: Motorcycles

    you aint shit unless you got one of these on the back

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    Nothing and I do mean nothing almost can not beat a set of warm tits drilling into your back as she rides on the "P" pad, with the added arm rest her legs provide as her arms are locked to you, ask me how I know..
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    That was a pretty good video Juan made of his 1000 mile backcountry tour.

    Me and two friends in 2000 went from Reno, Nevada on US 50 to Parker, Colorado up I-25 then into Lusk, Wyoming, across to Sturgis, South Dakota to Bella Forche, South Dakota, across to Devil's Tower in Wyoming to Custer's battlefield in Montana, north to Great Falls, Montana, through Glacier National Park across the panhandle of northern Idaho, along the Columbia river then down to Medford where we separated. My to friends were in a hurry to get home so they went down I-5 into California and on to Reno. I went to Crater Lake, then down through Klamath Falls, Oregon and into northern California down Hiway 139 through Adin to Susanville, then US-395 to Reno. I can't remember the exact mileage but it was close to a 2500 mile journey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by monty View Post
    That was a pretty good video Juan made of his 1000 mile backcountry tour.

    Me and two friends in 2000 went from Reno, Nevada on US 50 to Parker, Colorado up I-25 then into Lusk, Wyoming, across to Sturgis, South Dakota to Bella Forche, South Dakota, across to Devil's Tower in Wyoming to Custer's battlefield in Montana, north to Great Falls, Montana, through Glacier National Park across the panhandle of northern Idaho, along the Columbia river then down to Medford where we separated. My to friends were in a hurry to get home so they went down I-5 into California and on to Reno. I went to Crater Lake, then down through Klamath Falls, Oregon and into northern California down Hiway 139 through Adin to Susanville, then US-395 to Reno. I can't remember the exact mileage but it was close to a 2500 mile journey.
    Nice.

    But I still hold to drilling tits.

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    Re: Motorcycles

    Quote Originally Posted by monty View Post
    That was a pretty good video Juan made of his 1000 mile backcountry tour.

    Me and two friends in 2000 went from Reno, Nevada on US 50 to Parker, Colorado up I-25 then into Lusk, Wyoming, across to Sturgis, South Dakota to Bella Forche, South Dakota, across to Devil's Tower in Wyoming to Custer's battlefield in Montana, north to Great Falls, Montana, through Glacier National Park across the panhandle of northern Idaho, along the Columbia river then down to Medford where we separated. My to friends were in a hurry to get home so they went down I-5 into California and on to Reno. I went to Crater Lake, then down through Klamath Falls, Oregon and into northern California down Hiway 139 through Adin to Susanville, then US-395 to Reno. I can't remember the exact mileage but it was close to a 2500 mile journey.
    monty did you stop at the general store in Aladdin between Belle Fourche and Devils Tower? It's a pretty interesting place to browse through the things they have on display for sale. Lots of antiques that come from the surrounding area. I always seem to find something in there I can't live with out. The store is for sale and I found a video of an interview with the owner.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tumbleweed View Post
    monty did you stop at the general store in Aladdin between Belle Fourche and Devils Tower? It's a pretty interesting place to browse through the things they have on display for sale. Lots of antiques that come from the surrounding area. I always seem to find something in there I can't live with out. The store is for sale and I found a video of an interview with the owner.



    No, Tumbleweed, we didn't. We did find some interesting small towns in northern Montana. I think one was close to Flathead Lake. I have forgotten the name. There was a restaurant where the woman served homestyle meals. That was best food I have ever eaten in a restaurant.
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    Re: Motorcycles

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    Nice Monty, she looks well care for. Enjoy!

    Where do the ladies sit?

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    Passenger seat installed

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