I usually am enjoying the ride so much I don't stop to take many photos. So I figured I'd try this out. I think the quality is ok. I did it at Kroombit Tops the week before for an hour and a half ( didn't post any). The drawback there is the amount of photos to trawl through later, but at least I still had photos.Those gopro shots really came out well. I always forget to try stills on mine.
Why not make it a riding trip with your son? Or does he not ride? Either way, I agree, time with the son is the way to go. I would suggest you just keep adding stuff to this thread.
Scott "M38A1" is the guy doing the stickers. He has a thread in the Vendor forum.Well, I was going to hit Scott up for a couple of TWT stickers for the bikes. I don't mean for free, I'll buy them. I just keep forgetting.
Water restriction level. 2 is pretty good. You can water your lawn with a hand held hose, no sprinkler, pretty much anything goes. When they get around level 4 it starts getting tougher. No lawn watering, wash cars with bucket only and a set amount per day per house. If you exceed the amount they put restricters on your incoming pipes and drop the rate buy 70 percent and other draconian measures.Bike looks purdy to me
What's the story on that sign in the back ground with the arrow and numbers on it? Terrorist threat level? Or some kind of environmental warning for coal dust?
We did miss you, glad your alright . I always enjoy your picsWell, I'm back. Anyone miss me lol .
I was taken out by a flying motorcycle at speed. The rider wasn't aiming for me specifically, he hit a Toyota Hilux head on and the Hilux won. This is when he left to stage left and his bike took on a mind of its own and flew back across the road at me. This happened on the 12th of October. I am going for a ride today(on my new bike) and will post some photos. I may post some wreck photos, but not sure . Hope you all had a great Christmas.
I was thinking the same thing. It is getting REAL brown here now that the rains finally stopped. My grass has gone from having to be mowed every few days to crunchy...Looks remarkably like East Texas.