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    Junior Member Broken Veteran's Avatar
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    Hi,

    I am good. Riding TW200 all the time. Well, I only go to the store.

    So it is my main grocery getter.







    Trying to see if I remember how to send a foto.

    Looks like me 25 years ago. But it is my son yesterday.

    He is in Army Basic Training at Fort Jackson, SC.

    I am proud.



    In case the picture doesn't work.

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    Senior Member srs713's Avatar
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    HEY! I was just wondering about you the other day. Glad to hear you're OK.



    I've moved a bit closer, from Kansas down to Marietta, Georgia. And I'm hoping to be riding down through your area this summer, now that I'm within a days ride of the Keys. I'll try to stop by and have a cup o' coffee with ya then.



    I want to thank your son for serving. Definitely a good reason for you to be proud.
    Stephen S.

    '07 TW200:

    15/50 sprockets, O-ring chain, D2Moto foot pegs

    tweaked carb (127.5 jet, 0.019 needle shim, idle screw @2.25),

    Rubbermaid "Action Packer" on homemade brackets

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    Hey, BV, good to hear of you! Welcome back. Glad you've found some "affordable" modility with your TW. All well?




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    Funny, I was thinking about you also. PROUD DADDY!
    Rusty

    2005 TW200

    2005 Triumph Bonneville T100

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    I used the rest of my Thumpertalk gift certificate on a helmet, gloves, and a speedometer cable.

    I like the helmet. It is less windy while wearing it. The visor keeps the sun out.

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    Senior Member Xracer's Avatar
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    Chris. After I get over this dang head cold will you be up for some more raw fish bait?

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    Xracer, I'm assuming you are offering the Veteran some sashimi or something equally good. I had a friend from Hawaii show up with about 7 lbs of sashimi grade tuna which we worked on for several days, froze some, and only now am I declaring it not quite up to sashimi, but still good for teriyaki on the grill. On the other hand you guys in Florida may eat stuff thats stranger than raw tuna. Tell us more and by all means keep in contact with your neighbor down the road. Tom
    Tom - TW200 2002, Kawasaki VN 500 2006

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    Senior Member Xracer's Avatar
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    This head cold has become my friend and does not want to go away! I'm going to beat it and then go out to a place here that has very good tuna,eel and who knows what else.

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    Howdy BV, glad to see you around.
    Regards...Wes
    In the Stable: 73 Honda CT90,81 Honda CT110,81 Honda CT70,04 Yamaha TW200,07 Kawasaki Vulcan 1500

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