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oldharleylover
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Posted on Wed, Dec 02, 2009 19:24

so it is snowing winter is here the bikes are all put away there's nowhere to play. too cold out in the garage no way to get downstairs looks like the house is the best place to practice my wrenching skills. maybe a long winter maybe a long spring but summers looking pretty good for a panhead king! tis new tis blue and someday all of you will get to see the happy me upon the seat of my new old stead! so......when does the "lucky" year round riders get to rebuild? huh? huh?

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Posted on Sun, Dec 13, 2009 15:20

Quoting irishpatti:

15 inches in Grand Rapids! I HATE WINTER!


up here in the U.P., we got that in one day easily!

it's a comin...and I'm a poutin LOL

take care



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Posted on Sun, Dec 13, 2009 15:19

Quoting Junie2006:

Had a few flakes over here. But to be honest hard winter and snow does not really come until after Christmas. Something about changing the calendar forward by a few dozen weeks centuries ago. We are getting a lot of flooding. Terrible in Cumbria, while bridges collapsed and villages cut off. Policeman washed away. I suspend my judgement, but the Earth has been changing itself and its weather since time immemorial. Had hot and cold running lava and ice flows at one time. Said Everest and Tibet may lose its cold snow top. Do you know what that means? These regions may be better for sustained agriculture for local populace. Can till climb it, just not slide all the way back down on your bottom.


have you heard of climate control?

"scientists" just can't leave well enough alone,

I imagine these "tinkerings" will haunt us all for long!



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Posted on Mon, Dec 07, 2009 07:04

You could always come down here for a few days.Lots of riding,plenty of buddies,beautiful women(I know those are everywhere)ice cold beer and gorgeous sunny days.Worth the trip.


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Posted on Sat, Dec 05, 2009 21:05

15 inches in Grand Rapids! I HATE WINTER!


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Posted on Thu, Dec 03, 2009 14:19

Great project for this snowy winter season. Can't wait to see it¿ when you finish.


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Pacific Canadian indian now lives in texas Widowed for two years. Life has many changes Life is a journey. Dove Eagle Jennifer

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Posted on Thu, Dec 03, 2009 02:57

Had a few flakes over here. But to be honest hard winter and snow does not really come until after Christmas. Something about changing the calendar forward by a few dozen weeks centuries ago. We are getting a lot of flooding. Terrible in Cumbria, while bridges collapsed and villages cut off. Policeman washed away. I suspend my judgement, but the Earth has been changing itself and its weather since time immemorial. Had hot and cold running lava and ice flows at one time. Said Everest and Tibet may lose its cold snow top. Do you know what that means? These regions may be better for sustained agriculture for local populace. Can till climb it, just not slide all the way back down on your bottom.


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