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    Senior Member TW2007's Avatar
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    Below is a link to ADV Forum RR -its a fun read.



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    Wow. Fantastic trip! This is why I am moving to Vancouver, BC!!

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    Thanks TW2007 for the link. I emailed the link to myself so I can look at it at a later time. Looks really interesting, similar to the couple who do the Mobius Trip on advrider. I love looking at all the road reports, and there are a ton on that site. It's ride reports like that which eventually lead me to this site. Originally, I started google searches to see photo's of other peoples TW's, which led me to the different forum sites, which then I saw ride reports. It is especially fun to see the places I know I will never get too, and sometimes an insight to places I may just visit or ride on.



    Thanks again.



    P.S. and I should not forget the forums led me to some really good blogs as well, such as yours, where you share your adventures.
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    Oh, Canada. I want to go live there. First Scotland for a while and then Canada. Sweet dreams.
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    It was a good ride report. I have been on part of the trip before in a truck/camper. For some of our "new to riding" members, don't follow his lack of preparation - he didn't have a very good repair kit (couldn't fix a flat), he ventured without maps and he didn't know where he was heading. The one ride, by himself, 160km up the old train grade was plain reckless. He should have had a partner. Bulletproof youthfulness.
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    Thanks for posting that. Great photos and writeup. Not shy about posting his mistakes either, which makes it even more interesting.

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