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Old 10-23-2014, 01:53 PM   #11
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David, you and Brenda have a fantastic time. We did the tent thing pulling a trailer behind our bike for years. Wonderful experience. Then went to a toy hauler. Now that expanded our comfort zone. Been there, done that.
As others have said..............get out and enjoy the experience.
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Welcome David & Brenda From The Texas Gulf Coast ! always camping weather here !
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Old 10-23-2014, 07:14 PM   #13
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You sound alot like me. I've taken three cross country trips on bikes .Each around 10,000 miles. The last was this past summer. What got to me most was the sleazy motels I had to use to stay within my budget. I also always wanted to have my atv and dual sport bike out in the desert and check out the nice dirt roads and trails. I was all set on the 222 because it will be just me and I wanted something easy to tow and the lighter the better mpg. I'm 6'5" and they put the shower all the way forward in the trailer where the roof tapers down . That was a deal killer for me , so I had no choice but to step up a size to the 273. Gonna try to finally make it to Alaska next year
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Welcome David & Brenda From The Texas Gulf Coast ! always camping weather here !
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Yes it is! Rode to ROT back in 2006 and love riding the hill country and the people down there... great food too. Can't wait to get another chance to get down there.
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Every one around here goes to the Rot Rally, now the Loan star rally in Galveston is a big thing,hey bring your RV down we have several acres you can camp on,than ride to the rally ... Sorry got off track wont happen again ...
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You sound alot like me. I've taken three cross country trips on bikes .Each around 10,000 miles. The last was this past summer. What got to me most was the sleazy motels I had to use to stay within my budget. I also always wanted to have my atv and dual sport bike out in the desert and check out the nice dirt roads and trails. I was all set on the 222 because it will be just me and I wanted something easy to tow and the lighter the better mpg. I'm 6'5" and they put the shower all the way forward in the trailer where the roof tapers down . That was a deal killer for me , so I had no choice but to step up a size to the 273. Gonna try to finally make it to Alaska next year
I agree exactly on the sleazy motels. It was fine when it was just me, I could just find a two lane road and pull off into a grove of trees, shower from someone's garden hose most of the time but then I go move to Montana and all of a sudden a hot shower gets to be pretty important after a day of riding, just to warm up.
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Welcome Neighbor!
Thanks to your albums I'll have to go do an overnighter at Rock Creek and Anaconda before it snows.
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Thanks to your albums I'll have to go do an overnighter at Rock Creek and Anaconda before it snows.
Cool, you'll have the places to yourselves. Have fun!
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