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    Fanstastic pics Scott, The story was surburb. I found myself riding along with you, enjoying the fantastic ride. Awesome!! Thanks so much!!

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    Lightbulb Must make time to ride with Scott

    Very cool.

    If you want I can tell you what those tubes probably are.... but that would spoil the mystery.

    Now I am thinking about taking the F650GS to the rally instead of the RT just so we can go riding.
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    Re: Must make time to ride with Scott

    Originally posted by BradfordBenn
    Very cool.

    If you want I can tell you what those tubes probably are.... but that would spoil the mystery.

    Now I am thinking about taking the F650GS to the rally instead of the RT just so we can go riding.
    Brad,
    tell me tell me!
    What are the concrete tubes?

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    Typically tubes like that are used to enter the water piping that is under the road. Since there is no place to put a manhole cover, there is the next best thing.

    YMMV, who knows you could open one and become John Malkovich.
    -=Brad

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    Excellent Naration K. Great pictures too.

    I used to live in Albany (what's that smell) Oregon, and loved the trip through the "mountains" to the coast and Newport.

    I lost my first VW there, and it started me on my motorcycle journey. Traded a badly damaged 57VW bug for a 76 Honda CB350.

    It took me weeks to figure out why all the other motorcyclists kept waving at me.

    Jim

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