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Well, that motel seems to be booked up, so I got a reservation @ Motel 6.
It's actually cheaper.
So, barring brake, or back trouble...
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Just don't take any shortcuts up snowy mountain passes or anything and you'll be fine.

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Just don't take any shortcuts up snowy mountain passes or anything and you'll be fine.
??? Sorry, I don't understand.

The brake or back remark refers to my missing last summer's Mosquito Roundup because my brakes were dragging and I messed up my back trying to fix them.

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I was thinking about N4 when you had some troubles getting to Port Orchard. At least I thought that was what you said....

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I was thinking about N4 when you had some troubles getting to Port Orchard. At least I thought that was what you said....
Got to Port Orchard twice with no problems. Once for NASSIR & once for the Mosquito Roundup. Rained constantly both times. Seattle area is beautiful, if you get there on the sunny day.

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Seattle area is beautiful, if you get there on the sunny day.
Seattle does have seven sunning days a year, they just come one per month in the not so wet season.

Advise given here is free and comes with no warranty "Caveat emptor"

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Just took a Farmer's Almanac type look at what we should see in Sioux Falls this year.
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Just took a Farmer's Almanac type look at what we should see in Sioux Falls this year.
Looks about like the weather we are having here this week, just not quite as hot. Seems ideal for motorcycling.

However, if I go, and I'm planning to, it will rain and be the coldest summer on record. Or, there will be tornadoes that pick up everybody's bikes and we'll all have to walk home.

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Anybody from the southwest planning on going?
I'm thinkin' I'd like to run by Carhenge on the way up.

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Anybody from the southwest planning on going?
I'm thinkin' I'd like to run by Carhenge on the way up.
Would be glad to have you ride up with my group Dennis, but it would be a long out of the way ride for you... We are meeting here at my house noon on Friday before, riding up to Belleville, KS for the 1st RON, then over to Rapid City, SD to hotel it there for a couple days....

We are taking in as many tourist traps as we can find in that area... Devil's Tower will probably be on day 1 after we get there.

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Just don't take any shortcuts up snowy mountain passes or anything and you'll be fine.


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