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Just got back from our trip to Sugarcreek, Ohio (Amish country)., Had a great time with friends and a great ride. Here are a few pics.
First pic. is a butt break,My trailers maiden voyage. 2-Found refuge from rain in Ohio. 3-Rainbow in Ohio 4-Coming back home. 5-Going through Pittsburgh.
 

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Here are a couple more. Going through tunnel in Pittsburgh and trying to dodge a rain storm coming home.
 

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glad you had a good time and a safe trip, nice pic's too
 

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Met up with some women on Harley's at our hotel from up your way Doc.
you did say it was raining, you didn't expect her to ride in the wet stuff did you :D
 

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you did say it was raining, you didn't expect her to ride in the wet stuff did you :D
They must have been drinking late because the one girl couldn't even ride her bike home she was so hung over.:eek:
 

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they rode a long way just to bar hop :)
 

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As long as it isn't raining inside the tunnel.............A trailer! Whatever influenced your decision to drag a trailer along ??????????;);)
 

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next he'll be putting a ct on his wing because of the trailer
 

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Nice pics Rick. How'd your tag along do. Got one too but in the unassembled version.
 

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As long as it isn't raining inside the tunnel.............A trailer! Whatever influenced your decision to drag a trailer along ??????????;);)
I wanted to give it a test before our trip in Aug. to the New England states. And yes I do need a new rear tire and it may be a ct.:D
 

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Nice pics Rick. How'd your tag along do. Got one too but in the unassembled version.
The trailer towed great Dan I didn't even know it was back there. I had to put mine together also. Make sure you repack the wheel bearings.
 

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I wanted to give it a test before our trip in Aug. to the New England states. And yes I do need a new rear tire and it may be a ct.:D
I tell you if MZ. Vickie ever showed a desire for even a two day road trip I would have to get a trailer. I always suspected I married a sissy.
 

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I tell you if MZ. Vickie ever showed a desire for even a two day road trip I would have to get a trailer. I always suspected I married a sissy.
Maybe some day Lee she'll come around. It's nice to have your wife to ride with you and make memories.
 

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Looks like you had a good time Rick, glad all went well. Tell you boys I'm spoiled went over 9k in 2010 trip & didn't need a trailer. Tough Country girl.
 

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Looks like a good trip, and glad the trailer works out well.
 

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Nice pics. Glad you had a good time and dodged the rain.
 

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Looks like you had a good time Rick, glad all went well. Tell you boys I'm spoiled went over 9k in 2010 trip & didn't need a trailer. Tough Country girl.
Bill, did you guys wear nylon wash-n-wear travel clothes you could wash in the hotel sink and be dry the next morning? I've found if you wear textile riding pants with shorts that one needs hardly any pants and t-shirts can be hand washed in sink. I also have poly pro type underware that can be hand washed. I'm cool with wearing this kind of clothing as this is what I wear on canoe adventure trips. My wife however wears the cotton clothing and changes every day and therefore has allot of laundry. Anything over a weekend riding double would require a trailer for us. Besides, we needs storage for all the stuff we buy on the trip. I know stuff can get shipped home but it's more convenient just throwing it in a trailer. We also have special pillows that we prefer to sleep with which takes up allot of room too.
 

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I wanted to give it a test before our trip in Aug. to the New England states. And yes I do need a new rear tire and it may be a ct.:D
Shhhhh....Hush yo mouth.
 

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Bill, did you guys wear nylon wash-n-wear travel clothes you could wash in the hotel sink and be dry the next morning? I've found if you wear textile riding pants with shorts that one needs hardly any pants and t-shirts can be hand washed in sink. I also have poly pro type underware that can be hand washed. I'm cool with wearing this kind of clothing as this is what I wear on canoe adventure trips. My wife however wears the cotton clothing and changes every day and therefore has allot of laundry. Anything over a weekend riding double would require a trailer for us. Besides, we needs storage for all the stuff we buy on the trip. I know stuff can get shipped home but it's more convenient just throwing it in a trailer. We also have special pillows that we prefer to sleep with which takes up allot of room too.
We did wear LD riding Shorts & the Firstgear Shirts. Other than that we wore regular street clothes T shirts/Jeans. Every 3rd day we would do laundry at the hotel we stayed at. Chose wisely on accomadations. Really isn't that big of a deal. We had a good plan formulated & stuck to it.

Not meaning to berate the use of a trailer, I just never wanted to deal with it so I won't. Simple for me.
 
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