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Old 11-17-2013, 02:15 PM   #74
babar69
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Joined: Oct 2013
Location: French frog living in Budapest
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lucky

Some decades ago, I lost 2 bikes in "mud" : One in a dry lake, never found it...
Another making off road in a highway road construction place. The bike was sucked down , but I had time to use a rope and was able to get it out after more than one hour of crazy work. Reading the first part of you RR, I start to feel a little anxious, as there a difference in between muddy tracks and large parts of mud ,which can hide big holes too...
Happy for you : You won a tractor tour, and saw The Princess of Games of Thrones
Anyway, I'm sure it reminded personal anxious moments to some AVD riders...

ps : mud is good for the skin !!
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