I went to high school just down the street from one. Back in the day we just cut the 'b' and the 'r' off the In-N-Out BURGER.Kids here in California put In n' Out bumper stickers on their cars with the "hamburger" part removed and think that it's the height of hilarity.
Congratulations Tom! Great News!
19 BMWMOA Nationals under my belt, and I have no idea what I am doing.
Three Lummi Island locals.
Tom, great news. Will certainly make 2008 a year to remember.
Touratech have an aluminium crib I think.
Lest this photo garners an award, it doesn't qualify, as the photo was shot in Nov of '07. But it is on subject. Location is the New River Gorge, on the OLD bridge under the "New" New River Gorge Bridge.
Shout it out:
Tom, congratulations on the tax deduction
Boney, nice shot.
Rides & Drives: '07 BMW F800ST Low, '07 Porsche Cayman, '06 VW Jetta TDI & '05 BMW R1200ST
Stephen Burns - 2007 R1200GS
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I just returned from the Cotton Bowl in Dallas where my Missouri Tigers made bacon out of the Arkansas Razorbacks. No offense to any Razorbacks who are reading! My submissions actually were taken on Monday and Tuesday, but since so many people took Monday and Tuesday off, wasn't that just sort of a long weekend. These were taken with my Canon SD 1000 (my favorite point and shoot). Snapshots all, not the greatest shots but filled the bill of the number three. The first two were taken at the Cotton Bowl Parade, where 3 of Dallas's finest were riding very slowly and very impressivle close together on their Kawasaki 1000's.
This shot is of the scoreboard in the third quarter. Both teams have 3 time outs left. The time is 13:38. Mizzou has scored 3 TD's and kicked 3 extra points. And, it's the AT&T Cotton Bowl. Well, and for Arkansas 3 times zero is still zero.
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14 R1200RT (currently parked) 07 R1200RT
(boy does that date me!)
Anyone who remembers those also proably knows what PITA those were as the linkage got old and mis-alined and you'd have to fiddle with it to engage it not to mention the non-syncro first gear! by the time you got it from first into second on an uphill you had slowed down so much you had to go back into first, which meant pretty much coming a stop then starting all over again! Ha Ha!