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Posted on Sun, Dec 25, 2005 11:25

falcon335 write:
Since I have a hitch on the Chief and have a trailer, I can pack all that catchme and seeme need, including tiedowns for the dog kennel. Plenty of room. One day I might even buy one of the pop-out tent trailers for the bike.

Hey there Falcon, we have a pop up, Tom pulls w/ his bike. It opens up to a queen size bed, w/ 3ft standing room when you walk in, 600lb max load, I don't know the cubic ft, but it holds, our chairs, grills, food cooler ect, ect...And if it rains, takes 3 min, to set up. Another cool thing, because we're 3 ft off the ground, we get air, feels ooh so good. Not like a tent. Although it is canvas, but w/ plenty of screens.And in between the hitch and the pop up, we have another spot to put the "beer, juice, water" cooler. One screen, (if you're feeling lazy/hung over you can open it up, reach the cooler (beer, water, juice) and not even have to leave the bed. It rocks.
Here is a pic for now, I'll try and find others another time.
Tam

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Posted on Thu, Dec 22, 2005 16:21

NORTY write:
I take "VISA" & MASTERCARD"


exactly!! i was reading thru and thought u have to be kidding me. i pack gas money and that's it. map? i get lost, i ask someone. i break, someone will help. that's the journey. the road just like life has it's diversions. u just gotta learn to roll with them.



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Posted on Wed, Dec 21, 2005 00:07

Add to your lists two cans of compressed air. I used one once glad I had it.



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Posted on Sat, Oct 08, 2005 04:35

for catchme and seeme...if you can fit it in here...you can take it...I just want to make sure you both have enough room..

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Posted on Sat, Oct 08, 2005 02:00

Oh gosh ol mighty! wanna go ridding with me??????? WHOO HOOOOO



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Posted on Sat, Oct 08, 2005 01:58

AH I see, you are not a practical woman??? Because as a man I think it's practical to take a woman on the ride!!!! but aside from that, a useful tool kit, a small flashlight,and a flask!

  


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Posted on Fri, Sep 30, 2005 11:24

What not to take, High maintenance broads, got your chaps and thong on and we are ready to role! I'll buy you a new top on the road OK!



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Posted on Mon, Aug 29, 2005 21:42

A good friend!....LOL

  


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Posted on Mon, Aug 22, 2005 18:38

I ask him how much room I have or take a back pack.I can roll up a weeks worth of clothes in backpack plus my women products....so if no bags on bike I at least know ill have clean clothes.Oh yea and don't forget the chap stick.



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Posted on Sun, Aug 21, 2005 23:42


catchme write:
low ryder
do u think id forget my cell- good God now it was in my purse the whole time!



Oh my!!

I can't speak for all the fellas here, but OH MY...

...I DEFINITELY like what Catchme is packin' !! WOAH!





















....for her roadtrip silly!


But seriously, have you ever seen such a more sensuous image! *RAWR!!!!!*

  


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Posted on Thu, Aug 04, 2005 11:59

Road trip survival kit:

Duct Tape; bail money, old out dated maps; one pair clean underwear (just in case you are in an accident... remember Mom); one change of clothes; toothbrush; small bottle of JD; sun glasses... and more duct tape.

Anything else you can find on the road.

AJ



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Posted on Wed, Aug 03, 2005 07:17

Damm Seeme I like your list

  


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Posted on Thu, Jul 21, 2005 14:45

sorry not in the pic. and please don't use soap in rivers and stream it can kill anything with gills it breaks the water tension and they drown

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Posted on Thu, Jul 21, 2005 11:03

i like to take the essentials tooth brush and paste toilet paper change of clothes ahammock to sleep in its more comfortable than the ground i like to get a motion senitive camera to see what critters visit in the night you know they do



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Posted on Tue, Jul 05, 2005 19:18


jadeeyes write:
I WOULD TAKE ME AND SHIP MY STUFF DOWN TO WHERE I WAS GOING
SUCH A PROCESS!


Want a mai-ling address?

  
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Posted on Wed, Jun 22, 2005 15:49


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WhiskeyRich write:
Maps? No darling, I ain't packin no map. If that curvy road to left looks good to you then we're gonna go see where it goes. Don't a map to spoil the surprise. As far as other things, I like to keep it light, sleep bag, flashlight, babywipes, most of the small stuff ya'll have said. I always pack a bottle of Jack too, it's almost a ritual, not for the road mind you, but for the relaxin at the end of the ridin day.



Well, as long as you have Jack, I can see why we don't need to find our way home! However, I prefer the Captain for relaxin'.


Well darlin, we'll just have to pack along some Capt along with the Jack so we can both relax and have a hoot at the end of the ridin day!! Hope we get the chance one day.
Peace Sister, ride safe.

  


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Posted on Wed, Jun 22, 2005 15:41


WhiskeyRich write:
Maps? No darling, I ain't packin no map. If that curvy road to left looks good to you then we're gonna go see where it goes. Don't a map to spoil the surprise. As far as other things, I like to keep it light, sleep bag, flashlight, babywipes, most of the small stuff ya'll have said. I always pack a bottle of Jack too, it's almost a ritual, not for the road mind you, but for the relaxin at the end of the ridin day.



Well, as long as you have Jack, I can see why we don't need to find our way home! However, I prefer the Captain for relaxin'.

  


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Posted on Sun, Jun 19, 2005 15:02

Maps? No darling, I ain't packin no map. If that curvy road to left looks good to you then we're gonna go see where it goes. Don't a map to spoil the surprise. As far as other things, I like to keep it light, sleep bag, flashlight, babywipes, most of the small stuff ya'll have said. I always pack a bottle of Jack too, it's almost a ritual, not for the road mind you, but for the relaxin at the end of the ridin day.



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Posted on Sat, Jun 11, 2005 21:24

wow galews...wow..



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Posted on Tue, Jun 07, 2005 17:23

I usually carry a small compressor when traveling, use it to pump up the queen size air mattress that goes in the tent. Also carry tire plug kit, tool kit with additions, tent, sleeping bag, toiletries, change of shirt and pants, I also carry my worn out underwear and socks so I can just throw them away when traveling. Why carry dirty underwear on the bike. Oh yeah, a portable stove and cooler, nesting pots with a cup inside, collapsing fishing rod and small selection of lures, rain gear, first aid kit, gps, extra gloves, TP, a quart of water, flashlight, hat for helmet head, battery powered lantern, spare taillight bulb and headlight bulb. I probably forgot something, but I can get all this on the bike and have room for a passenger. I just love sport touring bikes.



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