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Re: WARR 2013
« Reply #75 on: Nov 09, 2012, 09:17:13 AM »
I am planning on being there, gotta start putting the pennies away...  ;D

Man, I was sleepy as hell when I first read this, thought you said put the PENISES away....  oh man. :o

Considering there were only four women at WARR last year (not counting Wyldfyre's daughter since she was only 17) putting away the penises is probably a good idea.  I'm really hoping for a little more estrogen in the group next year.


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« Reply #76 on: Nov 10, 2012, 06:25:54 AM »
I am planning on being there, gotta start putting the pennies away...  ;D

Man, I was sleepy as hell when I first read this, thought you said put the PENISES away....  oh man. :o

Considering there were only four women at WARR last year (not counting Wyldfyre's daughter since she was only 17) putting away the penises is probably a good idea.  I'm really hoping for a little more estrogen in the group next year.


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Re: WARR 2013
« Reply #77 on: Nov 10, 2012, 09:20:02 AM »
I am planning on being there, gotta start putting the pennies away...  ;D

Man, I was sleepy as hell when I first read this, thought you said put the PENISES away....  oh man. :o

Considering there were only four women at WARR last year (not counting Wyldfyre's daughter since she was only 17) putting away the penises is probably a good idea.  I'm really hoping for a little more estrogen in the group next year.


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Yeah, little bit.. specially with RK getting all the attention from the manager...lol :D
  

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« Reply #78 on: Dec 09, 2012, 03:24:17 PM »
Doesn't matter which way you come at this - you can hit a piece of about 70% of these routes coming in and heading out of WARR 2013.

Keep in mind they are talking "drives" for cars and RV's etc - not exclusve to Raiders - but they have lots of info on our potential routes.

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Re: WARR 2013
« Reply #79 on: Dec 09, 2012, 04:16:14 PM »
Cool link CoastalTrader, Nice rides for sure, haven't been on all of them, yet.  Can't wait to ride the Beartooth this year, just this morning at a local toy run I overheard a rider talking about how awesome the Beartooth run is.  It's also about time that I dust off my passport and get me a Canadian language book and check out some of the nice scenery in Canada too eh?
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« Reply #80 on: Dec 09, 2012, 05:36:16 PM »
Cool link CoastalTrader, Nice rides for sure, haven't been on all of them, yet.  Can't wait to ride the Beartooth this year, just this morning at a local toy run I overheard a rider talking about how awesome the Beartooth run is.  It's also about time that I dust off my passport and get me a Canadian language book and check out some of the nice scenery in Canada too eh?

Once you understand our dialect and get past the hand signals do come up.  I'd be glad to join you on a ride or two here on Vancouber Island.  You just need to ride up to Pt Angeles and come across on the MV Coho (Blackball Ferry Corp) over to Victoris - do a few rides on the island here and then you can catch one of the ferries over to Vancouver, which sets you up on mutiple routes headding home.
   

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Re: WARR 2013
« Reply #81 on: Dec 09, 2012, 05:50:15 PM »
 That's a big 10-4 on ferry to Vancouber Island, maybe next summer, hopefully by then I'll have your lingo down enough for travel.

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Re: WARR 2013
« Reply #82 on: Dec 09, 2012, 07:07:28 PM »
Cool link CoastalTrader, Nice rides for sure, haven't been on all of them, yet.  Can't wait to ride the Beartooth this year, just this morning at a local toy run I overheard a rider talking about how awesome the Beartooth run is.  It's also about time that I dust off my passport and get me a Canadian language book and check out some of the nice scenery in Canada too eh?

Once you understand our dialect and get past the hand signals do come up.  I'd be glad to join you on a ride or two here on Vancouber Island.  You just need to ride up to Pt Angeles and come across on the MV Coho (Blackball Ferry Corp) over to Victoris - do a few rides on the island here and then you can catch one of the ferries over to Vancouver, which sets you up on mutiple routes headding home.
Is there a different ferry someone could take?

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« Reply #83 on: Dec 09, 2012, 07:24:04 PM »
Cool link CoastalTrader, Nice rides for sure, haven't been on all of them, yet.  Can't wait to ride the Beartooth this year, just this morning at a local toy run I overheard a rider talking about how awesome the Beartooth run is.  It's also about time that I dust off my passport and get me a Canadian language book and check out some of the nice scenery in Canada too eh?

Once you understand our dialect and get past the hand signals do come up.  I'd be glad to join you on a ride or two here on Vancouber Island.  You just need to ride up to Pt Angeles and come across on the MV Coho (Blackball Ferry Corp) over to Victoris - do a few rides on the island here and then you can catch one of the ferries over to Vancouver, which sets you up on mutiple routes headding home.
Is there a different ferry someone could take?

For you RoadKill - yeah - the BlueBalls Ferry :evillaugh: - anyone else might look at the BC Ferry Corp - which has multiple island connections and is bigger than the Canadian Navy (seriously).
   

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Re: WARR 2013
« Reply #84 on: Dec 10, 2012, 09:46:48 AM »
Canada has a military???

From watching TV, I have learned that when Canadians are approached in an agressive manner (bumped into or such), they just turn an apologize and offer a donut.   You mean TV was lying to me???

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« Reply #85 on: Dec 10, 2012, 11:14:59 AM »
Canada has a military???

From watching TV, I have learned that when Canadians are approached in an agressive manner (bumped into or such), they just turn an apologize and offer a donut.   You mean TV was lying to me???

Ares - that's priceless !   I am so happy that you have committed to learning about the cultural intricacies of people in some far off land.  We will have you thru that qualifying co-odination dance and put a visitor visa in your hands in no time flat.   :shake:

I'm afraid tho - that your description above is not of our military, but the Royal Canadian Mounted Police  :cop:- the donut reference was a dead give-away.  Our warriors carry hockey sticks - which how we defeated the Russian's with  8 famous battles back in 1972.  :firstplace:  You must learn the key points in our history and what defines us as a nation.  Try the movie Slapshot as a primer. :rotfl: :rotfl:  NOTE!  Little know fact - it is a 'criminal offense' punushable by huge fines and/or imprisonment - if you say "excuse me" while either: a) wearing skates; and/or b) carrying a hockey stick.  The "and/or" ammendment was instituted by our Supreme Court in the 1960's with the advent of 'road hockey'.
   

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« Reply #86 on: Dec 10, 2012, 11:17:56 AM »
Canada has a military???

From watching TV, I have learned that when Canadians are approached in an agressive manner (bumped into or such), they just turn an apologize and offer a donut.   You mean TV was lying to me???

Ares - that's priceless !   I am so happy that you have committed to learning about the cultural intricacies of people in some far off land.  We will have you thru that qualifying co-odination dance and put a visitor visa in your hands in no time flat.   :shake:

I'm afraid tho - that your description above is not of our military, but the Royal Canadian Mounted Police  :cop:- the donut reference was a dead give-away.  Our warriors carry hockey sticks - which how we defeated the Russian's with  8 famous battles back in 1972.  :firstplace:  You must learn the key points in our history and what defines us as a nation.  Try the movie Slapshot as a primer. :rotfl: :rotfl:  NOTE!  Little know fact - it is a 'criminal offense' punushable by huge fines and/or imprisonment - if you say "excuse me" while either: a) wearing skates; and/or b) carrying a hockey stick.  The "and/or" ammendment was instituted by our Supreme Court in the 1960's with the advent of 'road hockey'.

Now that's priceless Coastal...  :rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:

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« Reply #87 on: Dec 10, 2012, 12:01:00 PM »
Not to mention how us Canadians faught off the naughty Americans from invading us a couple of times.... not the Quantity but the Quality.... hey just like Harley and Yamaha....  :o


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« Reply #88 on: Dec 10, 2012, 12:09:02 PM »
Not to mention how us Canadians faught off the naughty Americans from invading us a couple of times.... not the Quantity but the Quality.... hey just like Harley and Yamaha....  :o

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« Reply #89 on: Dec 10, 2012, 12:29:30 PM »
Not to mention how us Canadians faught off the naughty Americans from invading us a couple of times.... not the Quantity but the Quality.... hey just like Harley and Yamaha....  :o

Boy scouts... don't count!!    :rotfl:

I think you meant Girl Scouts or Brownies.