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Old 01-03-2008, 09:43 PM   #21
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Well Mike thats quick......good move on the career front.. besides, swimming is alot more fun than making biscuts and gravy at 4:30 am.. so is Pearl Harbor still a go for later or is that now kicked to the curb?
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Old 01-03-2008, 09:46 PM   #22
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fly back here for some track days...........we will hold the Tard for you so its ready
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Well Mike thats quick......good move on the career front.. besides, swimming is alot more fun than making biscuts and gravy at 4:30 am.. so is Pearl Harbor still a go for later or is that now kicked to the curb?


Pearl Harbor is not in my future, although I still have a bike in Hawaii I need to get in a couple weeks (i hope).

Besides, Pearl Harbor is horrible diving, it's all silt and run off. My last dive in Hawaii was off of Ford Island. I couldn't see my work at all, I had to go up a few feet just to get to clear enough water that I could make out my tools by holding them a few inches in front of my mask and looking at the sun light. The whole job I never saw the shackles, split keys, the sinker, nothing.
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fly back here for some track days...........we will hold the Tard for you so its ready
u and gonzo both right!
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Well a big congratulations to you Mike! I new you were trying to make a move but I didn't think it would be this soon. Man I was sure looking forward to riding some motard with you this summer. Who am I going to run with now?

Man are you saying you're going to go to Panama City, Florida for training and then to San Diego? Take me with you man!

Please stay in touch, we'll miss you.

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Well a big congratulations to you Mike! I new you were trying to make a move but I didn't think it would be this soon. Man I was sure looking forward to riding some motard with you this summer. Who am I going to run with now?

Man are you saying you're going to go to Panama City, Florida for training and then to San Diego? Take me with you man!

Please stay in touch, we'll miss you.

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Jim, we have track days between now and then, get ur to the track!
I've got that crf450 in my garage, give me a call some time and we can tear it up!

San Diego first, then Panama City, then back to San Diego.

If anyone wants to vacation in San Diego, keep in touch. I'll have an empty place in San Diego for 4.5 months!
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Jim, we have track days between now and then, get ur to the track!
I've got that crf450 in my garage, give me a call some time and we can tear it up!

San Diego first, then Panama City, then back to San Diego.

If anyone wants to vacation in San Diego, keep in touch. I'll have an empty place in San Diego for 4.5 months!
I will I'm still shopping leathers. But I plan to have them in the next couple of weeks.

Is you CRF plated? I sure wish I would have known if it is.
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not plated. I have a trailer though. Does it really NEED to be plated? What did u have in mind?
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He couldn't afford the payments on the house if he tried that, League City is all volunteer except the EMS... wanna ride a box?

Thats why I got my job as a holter tech had to chill off that box for a while. I just hope Texas City doesn't merge as soon as I join because then it'll be back to a box for me and no Fire action
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not plated. I have a trailer though. Does it really NEED to be plated? What did u have in mind?
On road off road. You don't have to have a plate if you don't mind chancing a ticket?
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hmm... how much on road are we talking and where? I think if it's back roadish and we behave it should be ok.

Clayton, you need to check with Gonzo and Riddler, they are in line ahead of u for the Priller. U gonna be at the track on the 12th? I'd like to see you stunt it a bit. Get some pics and such.
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hmm... how much on road are we talking and where? I think if it's back roadish and we behave it should be ok.

Clayton, you need to check with Gonzo and Riddler, they are in line ahead of u for the Priller. U gonna be at the track on the 12th? I'd like to see you stunt it a bit. Get some pics and such.
if i'm not at work, i'll come out and wheelie it. i cant do the track day though.

nwo if thats taken, i'll settle for the gsxr
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nwo if thats taken, i'll settle for the gsxr
OK. You do know it has a front fairing on it right.
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OK. You do know it has a front fairing on it right.
i'll leave that with you as the deposit i have SO many gsxr fairings, i cant count them. but they wont be on the bike while i ride it
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