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    Just finished it up. He ain't riding a Tug Whistle, but it was still a good read.
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    Just realized that should have been in off topic. Mea culpa.
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    Well, since I screwed up and posted this in the wrong place and don't know how to fix it...I might as well compound the error. Here is another one I really enjoyed.
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    Borneo brother...there is no fault...ur in off topic already...A'ole Pilikia

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    Awesome. Most of my screw-ups can't be fixed.
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    Only a few more pages to go. This is a great book by an Aussie who really had no clue when he started out. He is a talented writer and a skilled storyteller, I enjoyed it very much.

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    Jeremy Kroeker's first book.

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    Just read The Longest Ride by Emilio Scotto. The book is now borrowed , no pic. I was recently in The Riverside Casino in Laughlin Nv. looking at the car collection. There was a small collection of classic motorcycles and amidst these beauties was a pretty beat up Gold Wing with flag decals all over it! It was the bike used by the Author who went around the world on it. I think it had well over 500,000 mi on the odometer! This poor machine had been through the Amazon Jungle, through the Sahara , the Arctic Circle , you name it. So the book was for sale at the gift shop and I bought it and read it ! Pretty interesting story with great pictures. I wonder if the TW will ever be ridden around the world? http://dloadfreebookz.blogspot.com/2...n-year_19.html
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    I put it on my list Pass Man. I too have wondered about the TW as a RTW bike. Here and there on this forum small comments have been made in that regard (might have been by me). One problem would be sourcing a replacement for the unusually sized rear tire in remote locations. There might be other issues too, but they aren't really apparent to me. Personally I think it would be a fine RTW bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Borneo View Post
    Well, since I screwed up and posted this in the wrong place and don't know how to fix it...I might as well compound the error. Here is another one I really enjoyed.
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    I met him last October at the Horizon Unlimited event in Cambria, CA. Great story teller. An even better story teller and good reading is by Sam Manicom "Into Africa"

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