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    Another Day at the Office

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    Nice views from the office window


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    Love that office of yours.................... You really know how to enjoy life.. "GOOD" for you.... Hey, where's georgie ????????? OMM.
    P.S. My wife and I went out to the grand canyon and back last week.. We had a blast.. Rode on old 66 from shy-town to the canyon............... "SWEET"

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    beauty! where did you get those hand warmers?

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    WTH, is that white stuff? Is there a fire in your area? I think it was in the mid 70's in my backyard this weekend.
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    i hit 66˚ or 67˚ on my ride this am.... no white stuff spotted. your office looks a bit more remote, you must tele-commute.
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    wow! now that looks cold! how are you finding the TW in the snow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by old mad max View Post
    Love that office of yours.................... You really know how to enjoy life.. "GOOD" for you.... Hey, where's georgie ????????? OMM.
    P.S. My wife and I went out to the grand canyon and back last week.. We had a blast.. Rode on old 66 from shy-town to the canyon............... "SWEET"
    Georgie can't go everytime

    I love riding the old generally considered by-passed roads. Where is shy-town? Been to Williams, AZ on the way to the Grand Canyon and remember seeing RT 66 info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mongol Pete View Post
    beauty! where did you get those hand warmers?
    I got them from the local farm store. Seen them at on-line sites as well. Ain't it cold where you live now? You should get some for the winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikerjosh View Post
    WTH, is that white stuff? Is there a fire in your area? I think it was in the mid 70's in my backyard this weekend.
    Nice pics
    Even though I like snow, and ride in snow, I like 70 degree days anytime! If I could, I'd trade 28* for 70* anytime!
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeband View Post
    your office looks a bit more remote, you must tele-commute.
    Indeed I do commute. Camp Notell'em is about 10 miles from my...how should I say...Elk survey area!
    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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