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    Who ever, or is it whom ever, set up this forum, my compliments. It may not mean a lot to most but this site for the probably grand total of 20 minutes I've spent seems very user friendly and pretty easy to navigate and figure out. Seems things were thought out.
    Hope it goes well and folks like it. I am seeing some familiar nicknames.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Lostintexas View Post
    Who ever, or is it whom ever, set up this forum, my compliments. It may not mean a lot to most but this site for the probably grand total of 20 minutes I've spent seems very user friendly and pretty easy to navigate and figure out. Seems things were thought out.
    Hope it goes well and folks like it. I am seeing some familiar nicknames.
    '12 GL1800 Level 4 & '08 FLHX Darksider #1378

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    • #3
      Welcome aboard sir!
      Ron
      2002 GL1800A Darksider #1312
      Experience is the hardest teacher because she gives the test first,
      and the lesson afterward ~ Vernon Sanders Law

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Lostintexas View Post
        Who ever, or is it whom ever, set up this forum, my compliments. It may not mean a lot to most but this site for the probably grand total of 20 minutes I've spent seems very user friendly and pretty easy to navigate and figure out. Seems things were thought out.
        Hope it goes well and folks like it. I am seeing some familiar nicknames.

        Yes Sir, it's all about timing and it certainly appears that is the case here for sure. "Lost In Texas" now if that is not ever true. I have enjoyed several trips to that great state and yep, got lost a few times, but no complaints as there are some great things to see and do. No question, however, that one could benefit from having a HAM Radio on the Trike so as to be able to reach out to friends when you get lost in the back country. Welcome to you Sir.
        __________________________________________________ __________

        Why sweat the leg thing when I can still ride a Goldwing
        Member of the Hann-Amigo Trio

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        • #5
          Welcome! Glad you found us!
          2007 Crucible Orange Metallic
          2009 Kawasaki Red Concours 14
          AMA Life Member 0672853
          IBA Member 8846 Premier
          NRA Life Member

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          • #6
            Welcome hope you enjoy
            2018 DCT non tour, Pearl Stallion Brown, Double Darksider #856, Live To Ride, Love my Wing, IBA Member# 63744 Yellowbird Alias Coppertone

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            • #7
              I only have #1 question, What took you so long to find all of us, we are getting to be a fairly large group? However now that your here WELCOME
              and enjoy>
              Jack & Jolene on a GL1800/Champion Trike out of Silver Springs, FL.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Lostintexas View Post
                Who ever, or is it whom ever, set up this forum, my compliments. It may not mean a lot to most but this site for the probably grand total of 20 minutes I've spent seems very user friendly and pretty easy to navigate and figure out. Seems things were thought out.
                Hope it goes well and folks like it. I am seeing some familiar nicknames.
                and no BS attitudes so far either.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Wheels View Post


                  Yes Sir, it's all about timing and it certainly appears that is the case here for sure. "Lost In Texas" now if that is not ever true. I have enjoyed several trips to that great state and yep, got lost a few times, but no complaints as there are some great things to see and do. No question, however, that one could benefit from having a HAM Radio on the Trike so as to be able to reach out to friends when you get lost in the back country. Welcome to you Sir.
                  Some of the best times can be had while "exploring alternate routes". My motto is, I have a big tank, plenty of time, and if all else fails can break out the GPS to get home. There have been times I pushed it to limits that Lostwife wasn't impressed with though. Something about walking in MC gear doesn't appeal to her.

                  Hope you and your family are well.

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                  • #10
                    Welcome "lostintexas" if you ever find your way over to Orange in south east Texas gives us a yell.

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