Hey 109ER: Careful with that Old Guy stuff, some of us might resemble that.
Where abouts in Montana ?. Got friends in Columbus. We try to get back there at least once a year and always challenge the Mighty Bear tooth.
And Welcome from the Northwest Corner.
1994 Gold Wing SE. She's old but not as old as what sits on her. I had a very dear friend who lived in Lacy WA until his passing two years ago it was an 8 hour drive so we got to see one another from time to time, we were in service together 1961-66 Bob...
Sounds like we are the same vintage. USAF 1961- 1970
Back in my working life, I build a Cable TV AML Micro Wave link from West Olympia to Lacy, way back in 1982. Time sure does fly by.
From the Northwest Corner.
Ha, sure does. My buddy Joe who lived in Lacy died from the effects of agent orange and I sure do miss him. For me time seems to be moving ever faster despite my best efforts to slow it down, don't understand it can only go along for the ride. My very first and only bike was back around 1978, it was a Harley, when I rode it I had to keep one hand on the handle bar while the other held a screw driver so I could keep re-tightening things that kept working loose. One thing about that experience is it forced me understand how to fix my bike. No way I would try and do that today. Thanks for your mail. Bob..
Thank you for the welcome Badrider. Love your wake up philosophy, never quite thought of it like that but it works for me. Nice machine you have there. I purchased my bike from a 77 year old former Marine, he bought a 750 Shadow because the weight of the GL 1500 was more than he wanted to wrestle with at this point in his life. The guy looked like he was not a day over 50, don't I wish I had his gene pool. Great guy to boot. Thanks again. Bob...