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, San Antonio, TX, United States, Jan 07, 2006
When I saw Steve's photo in this website, I saw something very special about him. We initiated contact on the telephone for aprox 2 months, then we met for lunch outside of Houston.
It took less than an hour, while eating lunch, for both of us to realize that we both wanted to see each other again. The following two weeks (during Christmas and New Year's) we spent almmost every day together. We discover that we have several things in common and we both want the same out of life. We have
, Pahrump, NV, United States, Dec 29, 2005
SEEN HIM ON LINE HE LIVED IN BAKER I LIVED IN NORTH VEGAS HIS PICTURE WAS GREAT HIS PROFILE EVAN BETTER WE CHATTED SEVERAL TIMES SOUNDS LIKE A COOL DUDE. i SAID IF I WAS OFF THE SAME DAY AS HIM I WOULD MEET AT THE STATELINE SAW HIM ON LINE AND SAID DUDE ILL MEET YOU IN 2 HOURS BE THERE. HE DIDNT KNOW I JUST GOT A NEW BIKE AND WANTED TO GO FOR A TEST RIDE, HE ALSO GOT A BRAND NEW RIDE NOT TO MENTION HELMET,AND LEATHERS. HE WAS PARKED TAKING OFF HIS GLOVES AND JACKET AS I DROVE BY HE JUMPED ON
, Haines City, FL, United States, Dec 20, 2005
i sent an email to jeff96 and found out he was in iraq for 3 months-well we emailed each other to death, starting sept 15th and he came back on nov 3rd and moved me in with him nov 4th-we are now living together and very happy-we found our soulmates on bikerkiss-we are now engaged
NEVER GIVE UP-IF IT HAPPENED TO US IT CAN HAPPEN TO YOU!!!!!!!!
He was as big as a wall, walking toward you. Acted like a tough guy, but had a heart as big as he was. Underneath it all, Cecil Hopper was one of the sweetest people I know. He was a dear friend and I will miss him terribly. His mother phoned me today to tell me of his death on Friday, Dec 9th,2005. We had just spoken on Thursday evening and I received a beautiful Christmas card from him the same night. Cecil told me he wanted to move down here to Florida, and get a new start in warm weather. He