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Thread: From the sand of Iraq to the Bluegrass of Kentucky

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    I am the .45% DBCasey's Avatar
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    Update - HOME!

    Got home to Ky last Thursday. Rolled up to BMW of Louisville on Friday am. James, my dealer had my RT ready to go.
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    Around 500 miles so far. I'm taking her back to the dealer Saturday for the 600 mile service.

    Overall, I LOVE the bike. I'm going to have to do some research on a different seat or seat cushion. The stock seat isn't all that great.

    Thanks to everyone who posted on here. It really helped me pass the time while I was overseas. I'll be at the Rally and I hope to meet many of you while I'm there.

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    Sweet! Good luck, be careful, ride safe, Gary
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    Gary,
    Welcome home and congratulations on the new RT!
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    Welcome back from the sand-box. Great looking bike. The color is pretty cool..Good luck,and good riding. Your meal should be much better than the chow hall at Balad. Happy Thanksgiving...
    The thing about traveling is, you never want it to end and you can't wait to get home.
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    You stupid, fix it! r11rs94's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockbottom View Post
    Welcome aboard! But Iraq was the most fun in April-May 2003 when everyone was still using slit trenches and 55 gallon drums.

    Hi Steve, I was there during that time. fun times...
    The thing about traveling is, you never want it to end and you can't wait to get home.
    I answer to Roy, Chief, or Sarg.
    04 R-1150-RT current bike. 94 R-1100-RS74,383, Sold, 78 R-80/7, K.I.A by a D.U.I
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    Wow... Casey... congrats on the new bike... she looks beautiful!!

    Be safe.

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