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Old 08-09-2012, 12:37 PM   #91
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Sounds nice. I really like some of those little offshoots up into the hills from PCH. Well, I guess there are quite a few now that I've started looking for them. I didn't realize just how much open road and trails are available without very many people using them. The coast has been awesome this summer. I had the opportunity to ride all the way through the CA coast into OR last month and it was, well, I can't find quick way to label it but if I use my 80's valley boy vernacular- it was totally awesome. Especially lately with the heat, the coast has been a sure thing for day/weekend rides that don't fry your brain in your helmet. We're pretty lucky.



Uh, you do rremember I live right around the corner rigth? Keep me posted on some of these "coast" rides.
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Old 08-09-2012, 12:44 PM   #92
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Old 08-09-2012, 02:06 PM   #93
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You all are thinking too far south. This would be better. Been up here for almost two weeks and might not come home.



















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Old 08-09-2012, 02:40 PM   #94
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That looks pretty good to me.
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Old 08-09-2012, 03:04 PM   #95
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Old 08-09-2012, 03:09 PM   #96
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Rob,
I was there last year for a week and I to did not want to leave, see you when (if) you come back.

great pics, Sheri and I had lunch at that spot with the barrels too.



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Old 08-09-2012, 03:13 PM   #97
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The wife is picking up my GS from Irv Seaver as we speak.... the crash bars should be in this week and I've already got the steel braided lines.....

When I get it all back together I would be totally into blitzing the Carrizo Plain. Haven't been out there in ages....
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Old 08-09-2012, 03:17 PM   #98
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The wife is picking up my GS from Irv Seaver as we speak.... the crash bars should be in this week and I've already got the steel braided lines.....

When I get it all back together I would be totally into blitzing the Carrizo Plain. Haven't out there in ages....





AJ give ring, it's been on mind also.
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AJ give ring, it's been on mind also.

hey.... if it isnt my old partner in crime for the carrizo! Sup man...?

still have lots of memories of that weekend we camped out there....






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I was there last year for a week and I to did not want to leave, see you when (if) you come back.

great pics, Sheri and I had lunch at that spot with the barrels too.



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Pacific Star Winery about 20 miles north of Fort Bragg.

http://www.pacificstarwinery.com/

Awesome place with great wines. The proprietor, Marcus is a cool guy and used to live in LBC. Left there about 10 years ago and never went back.

We left about two weeks ago and been camping up the coast all the way to Del Norte National Forest and Mill Creek. We're in Dillon Beach now between Bodega and Tomales Bay at a beach house for four days. Heading over to Napa this afternoon for dinner.

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Pacific Star Winery about 20 miles north of Fort Bragg.

http://www.pacificstarwinery.com/

Awesome place with great wines. The proprietor, Marcus is a cool guy and used to live in LBC. Left there about 10 years ago and never went back.

We left about two weeks ago and been camping up the coast all the way to Del Norte National Forest and Mill Creek. We're in Dillon Beach now between Bodega and Tomales Bay at a beach house for four days. Heading over to Napa this afternoon for dinner.
When you back biotch? Lost ur digits on A phone update f up....
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Old 08-09-2012, 04:43 PM   #102
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The wife is picking up my GS from Irv Seaver as we speak.... the crash bars should be in this week and I've already got the steel braided lines.....

When I get it all back together I would be totally into blitzing the Carrizo Plain. Haven't been out there in ages....
Got to imagine it will be brain cooking hot out there for another couple months. We were lucky to have late afternoon breezes when we got to camp a couple weeks ago.

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Old 08-09-2012, 05:21 PM   #103
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yeah it get obnoxiously warm out there.... I wouldnt mind waiting a few weeks for it to cool down. I have too many other things on my plate at the moment, anyways.

Once it cools off..... the big bikes ride.....

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Old 08-10-2012, 11:55 AM   #104
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Uh, you do rremember I live right around the corner rigth? Keep me posted on some of these "coast" rides.
We moved but you're still close to my heart BigT. "Are you for camping?" I'm pretty fond of the over-nighter weekend trip these days but, my riding streak will die down the next few weeks with a garage sale, kids' birthday parties, yada yada yada.

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You all are thinking too far south. This would be better. Been up here for almost two weeks and might not come home.
I hear ya Rob. Get out and explore. There are so many amazing nooks and crannies up and down our beautiful coastline. I'm in love with CA all over again.



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Old 08-10-2012, 12:52 PM   #105
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We moved but you're still close to my heart BigT. "Are you for camping?" I'm pretty fond of the over-nighter weekend trip these days but, my riding streak will die down the next few weeks with a garage sale, kids' birthday parties, yada yada yada.


Congratulation on the move, are you still by the beach? All good for the camping, one night, weekend rides. Was at the Outdoor Retailer show last week and picked up all the latest greatest gear. Klymit has some sleeping pads that are insane. They gave me one of their newest that packs and rolls up to the size of a beer can. Can't wait to try it out.
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