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Old 06-12-2013, 12:00 PM   #16
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Old 06-12-2013, 12:17 PM   #17
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This is where we decided to run for home! We had another half day planned but the cold was kicking my butt and we decided to make the run home. If you ride it I hope you enjoy it......we did.
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Old 06-12-2013, 12:49 PM   #18
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thanks for routes

Kim, thanks for posting the routes. I forget how to create tracks from routes but I'll look into it and then these should come in pretty handy as I throw together some different tracks in that area to keep things entertaining this year. I'm north of Indy but head down south of Indy several times a year b/c Indy and north is awfully flat and straight. I enjoyed your narration as well, I too appreciate the old stuff and the sites we still have around here of good ol' Americana. My dad instilled a good thing in me growing up by taking me on several road trips, including covering half of old Route 66.
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Kim, thanks for posting the routes. I forget how to create tracks from routes but I'll look into it and then these should come in pretty handy as I throw together some different tracks in that area to keep things entertaining this year. I'm north of Indy but head down south of Indy several times a year b/c Indy and north is awfully flat and straight. I enjoyed your narration as well, I too appreciate the old stuff and the sites we still have around here of good ol' Americana. My dad instilled a good thing in me growing up by taking me on several road trips, including covering half of old Route 66.

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