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post #1 of 5 Old Oct 9th, 2009, 11:04 am Thread Starter
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Gentlemen,
Thanks For taking good care of John. He made it safely home late last night. He was pretty tired though and I'm really glad he is home.

While I had fresh apple pie waiting for him, he brought me my favorite wine. Thank you so much Doug. Big Zen Hugs to you.

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post #2 of 5 Old Oct 9th, 2009, 11:16 am
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Always fun to be around John, glad he made the effort to join us for HDDC Dinner and that he's home safe.
You guys must make an extended visit down to Nor Cal so I give you the complete wine tour and show you where your favorite one is made. Enjoy !

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Glad to hear it Marilyn, make sure he gets plenty of TLC, he has had a rough couple of weeks with all that riding, bad food, bad company and most of all, bad drink....grin. I second Dougs offer to come down and stay for a vacation.
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Glad to hear that John made it home safe & sound. It was great to have him Join us at the RTE Last month. When y'all get back this way there is always a place to park the bike & lay your head here in Austin.

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Well gang, I finally pulled the old girl into the garage about 8:45 last night! And my loving wife Marilyn gave plenty of TLC last night, but today has been my "Honey-Do" List make up, big time! I see at least a couple more of those type days before I'll be doing much more riding for a while.

Tks for all the hospitality along the way to all you fine folks out there! Special Tks to the following individuals however:
- Bob Rasters for the place to park this week, as well as navigating me to the HDDC!
- Doug Holck for that nice gift for Marilyn!
- Dick Largen for hosting the RTE down in Doss Texas!
- John Crowley for letting me use his garage to fix my tunes and then actually giving me a major Farkle on top of that!
- Bruce and Nathen for guiding me around your leetle state getting to & from the RTE!

I probably missed a few folks, but it really was great to get out and see folks in their home environments as well as CCR!

And if you find yourselves up in our little corner of this great country know that you also have a place to stay.

FYI, I justed checked the trip logs and see that we departed Oregon way back on the 26th of August with 99,223 miles on the odo. I am now reading 106,285 miles on the old girl. That makes for a trip of over 7,000 miles! No wonder I'm tuckered!

John (glad to be home at last!)

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