Hey,flew into kyle with my broken wing...... now the girlfriend is trying to wring my neck...
Dude??? What happened??flew into kyle with my broken wing...... now the girlfriend is trying to wring my neck...
Dude??? What happened??
You must be Milton Otto. I recognized your helmet. (My helmet??? Now what could be distinctive about my helmet? Its plain vanilla white. ... Oh yeah, my helmet!)
Roger that, Big ARichard, thanks for a reason to get out and ride. Great people, great roads, and great food, What more could you ask for.
Great way to start off the new year, let's do it again soon.
Enthusiasm, or Stupidity, not sure which...Yesterday was my first time crossing water. The water wasn't so bad, it was the 12 ft deep sand on the other side that almost did me in at that one crossing.. That and the "Wave to us so you'll bust your ***" coming from the ones taking pictures Nice......
Some riders crossed with a lot of enthusiasm, as demonstrated here. I'm a chicken so I creep slowly across these things. Those braver than me cross faster, which sprays water everywhere and makes for a much more dramatic photo.
I didn't see him until the gas station close to home .For those that don't know him, here's Milton and his world famous helmet, "Old School".
You need to work on that link. If you need help, here is a thread with info: http://www.twtex.com/forums/showthread.php?t=5782I didn't see him until the gas station close to home .
Here are some of my pics. Thanks for rescuing me out of that rocky river
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Hopefully some first time riders to that area will have more respect for the water crossings.Hahaha Tom, I'm sure they're glad you've immortalized the crossing with their get-offs