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    trying to get a list going for this years hang, gonna try and get some idea of how many so i can start to do some menu planning.....so far, one night i know i am going to do beef and chicken fajitas, got a screaming good deal on some wagyu inside skirt that is great for making them

    if you know one way or another, make a post or edit the list, i know of a few other that said they were going to try and make it but haven't posted in the thread so i didn't list them....you know who you are

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    i'm pretty sure we will have command central again being run by mamaboot and papaboot

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    I've been gifted some Bison Hamburger that I can bring along with the obligatory Iowa sweet corn. Plus..Krull's Grocery in Hill City had, and hope they still do..Bison Steaks.

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    thought this would be the best place to post this, time lapse of stars and the milkyway from the beautiful black hills of south dakota

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/sideshow...133324945.html

    if anybody know hows to imbed it, that would be great, don't know how to do it since it's not youtube

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    I've put in for vaca time, giving me time to dawdle there and back, but not too long. I'm committed to riding the motorcycle, which will convince me to get waterproof boots and raingear that is suitable for warm weather too.

    I won't have much room to arrive with provisions, but I can make a run or two once I've set up camp. Think of some things that I can contribute that aren't impossible to carry on a bike.

    Oh, I'm not as bold as Paul, I'll be on a bigger machine than he was on last year! His nickname should be something like Braveheart (I didn't see the movie of that name so don't apply any connotations that name may have from it, unless it fits in a most positive and generous manner!).

    Will there be TShirts? Put me down for an XL if so!!!

    Canardly wait

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveJJ View Post
    Oh, I'm not as bold as Paul, I'll be on a bigger machine than he was on last year! His nickname should be something like Braveheart
    Hmmmm.... I can think of a few other nicknames that have been tossed my way as a result of my 2400+ mile trip on the scooter, some not very flattering. Then I ask what they did last summer for a road trip or how many miles they put on their bike last year and it gets a little quiet....
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    Quote Originally Posted by sr1355 View Post
    Hmmmm.... I can think of a few other nicknames that have been tossed my way as a result of my 2400+ mile trip on the scooter, some not very flattering. Then I ask what they did last summer for a road trip or how many miles they put on their bike last year and it gets a little quiet....
    That's cuz most of the miles are on their trailer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sodakgrrl View Post
    That's cuz most of the miles are on their trailer!
    Now that's funny.... One of these days mom will let me get a big boy bike but for now I'll just enjoy my 80-90 mpg with the wind blowing through my hair....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveJJ View Post
    I've put in for vaca time, giving me time to dawdle there and back, but not too long.

    awesome news, look forward to seeing you!

    I won't have much room to arrive with provisions, but I can make a run or two once I've set up camp. Think of some things that I can contribute that aren't impossible to carry on a bike.

    just show up! i know we'll have you covered for food and anything else you might need we can pry come up with

    Will there be TShirts? Put me down for an XL if so!!!

    i have rob working on it right now, hopefully we will have some by then, if not it will be shortly after and i will mail them out again
    see ya in about 6 weeks

    boot
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    Quote Originally Posted by sr1355 View Post
    Hmmmm.... I can think of a few other nicknames that have been tossed my way as a result of my 2400+ mile trip on the scooter, some not very flattering. Then I ask what they did last summer for a road trip or how many miles they put on their bike last year and it gets a little quiet....
    I can only think of nicknames like: stud, big stud, bigger stud!
    I did 4000 miles on 1000cc and I still felt it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveJJ View Post
    I've put in for vaca time, giving me time to dawdle there and back, but not too long. I'm committed to riding the motorcycle, which will convince me to get waterproof boots and raingear that is suitable for warm weather too.

    I won't have much room to arrive with provisions, but I can make a run or two once I've set up camp. Think of some things that I can contribute that aren't impossible to carry on a bike.

    Oh, I'm not as bold as Paul, I'll be on a bigger machine than he was on last year! His nickname should be something like Braveheart (I didn't see the movie of that name so don't apply any connotations that name may have from it, unless it fits in a most positive and generous manner!).

    Will there be TShirts? Put me down for an XL if so!!!

    Canardly wait
    Second to spot you on what ever food and other stuff you don't bring.
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