|08-21-2006, 08:08 PM||#61|
Joined: Jan 2004
There's room for a couple tents in the back yard.
This thread is a really nice jesture, and a damned fine idea. Good to know there's still some good old fashioned friendly people left out there.
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|08-24-2006, 09:49 AM||#62|
Joined: Dec 2003
Location: Bishop, CA / Castle Rock, CO
I'm in Bishop CA
Spare bed room w/ king size bed and lots of extra floor space. Garage space with tools and air. I will accept parts and resupply shipments before you get here if it helps. Local bike shop will mount your tires on your GS for you. Can also advise and show you the best local " Free " campgrounds, Hot Tubs , and best value on local eats / drinks. Call /and text me at 661-618-8614, PM me here.
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|08-24-2006, 03:12 PM||#63|
Gravel Travel Tours
Joined: Apr 2003
Location: Wicheetaw, KS but longing for Texas
I have a patch of land near I-35 in the Wichita KS area. It is available for camping by a lake with shade trees and I have a garage that has workspace, tools, and a large dry area to throw down for a stay. I regularly host travelers who need to do their own service in a secure environment. It's available for advriders looking to stretch their travel $$
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|08-27-2006, 08:12 PM||#64|
Joined: Aug 2006
Location: Corning, NY
I've got a big back yard with a camper, anyone who travels out this way is more than welcome to stop, use the shower, grill and garage to work out of. I'm just out of town and it's quiet.
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|08-28-2006, 08:23 PM||#65|
Joined: Aug 2005
Location: Mill Bay B.C.
Lots of room here
I've got lots of room inside and out if you need a place to stop on
Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. Some of the best riding around is right here!!!
|08-29-2006, 09:59 AM||#66|
Joined: Apr 2005
Location: Moran Nation
I can offer tent camping, or a couch with lots of beer and always a good meal.
I have a full shop, with every needed tool to include a tire changer.
Very close to Crossville, TN
Shoot me a PM or email if you need a place to sleep.
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|09-01-2006, 09:45 AM||#67|
Joined: Apr 2004
Location: Wasilla Alaska
I am in Wasilla Alaska 3.5 Knik Goosebay road if you are using a gps the address is 2790 S Knik Goosebay road also a full service moto shop. my sigh is out front The Abbey.
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|09-03-2006, 05:34 PM||#68|
Krusty Olde Pharte™
Joined: Aug 2006
Location: The Thumb of Michigan
8 miles W of Lake Huron, 100 miles N of Detroit. Tent space or floor. Big shed, lots of tools. (I even know how to use some of them) Bachelor quarters, nothing's deluxe. Email or PM, or take a chance and just drop by.
Edit for better location -- Deckerville -- N43*35'06.3", W082*44'09.3"
Edit: Still good as of 3/23/13 and for the foreseeable future.
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|09-03-2006, 06:43 PM||#69|
Joined: Jul 2004
Location: Virginia Beach, Va. / Sugar Grove W.V.
Tent space and a shower for sure.
This is great. It would be cool there was a map like the adv map. Might make more sense when planning a trip.
|09-11-2006, 10:53 AM||#70|
Joined: Feb 2006
Location: Madison, CT
Can offer tent space, shower and can probably fit a bike or two into the shed. Have tools and garage to work on bike of needed.
Also have a playhouse you could sleep in if it's raining and you don't feel like setting up a tent, but you have to pick up the toys before you leave.
5 miles north of exit 61 off I-95.
|09-11-2006, 06:21 PM||#71|
Drag a Bag!
Joined: Sep 2004
Location: Madison, CT
I am near downtown Madison, Connecticut, about 1/2 mile off Exit 61 on I-95. I can offer a spare room, plenty of tent space, a shower, food or whatever else you might require for a pleasant stay. I have access to a nearby garage, tools to work on a bike if need be (including a tire changer), and some mechanical skills (emphasis on some!). Any AdvRiders and guests are always welcome! PM me and we will work out any details, specific directions and I'll leave the light on for ya.
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|09-11-2006, 06:26 PM||#72|
Joined: Mar 2006
Location: Brevard, NC
We're in.....we have room for tents in the yard (if we keep the noise down). We have a grill and I would cook you a meal if you didn't want to go out to eat.
I always have enough free beer for 3 armies!! I like to help people work on their bike and have tools. We live less than 30 minutes from the Blue Ridge parkway and we're surrounded by some of the best roads in the Southeast.
Now the bad news.....We have billions of hungry mosquitoes.
All are welcome
Brevard, NC 28713
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|09-11-2006, 07:39 PM||#73|
Eat squids and be merry
Joined: Jun 2004
Location: The Village: 75°53'34"W, 45°17'42"N
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Tools, sleeping accommodations, outside parking but in one of the safest neighborhood in the City. Hospitality - we have beer! Currently living in suburbs closest to the best riding in Ontario and some of the best in Canada.
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|09-12-2006, 02:42 PM||#74|
Part of the problem
Joined: Aug 2006
Location: NYfC, yff
La Donna Fugata and I are happy to host:
The AdventureLoft™ -- Broadway / Houston area.
+Sofa-bed (sleeps 2)
+2 Air-beds (each sleeps 2)
+Roof-deck garden with grill, hammock
+Kitchen available (we like to cook), or...
+15,217 restaurants nearby
+Relatively safe street parking
+Extra motorcycle covers / locks, for street parking
+Discount rates on trauma surgery and critical care
+Off-street space with a motorcycle lift and basic tools for a quick oil or tire change, or a simple project or routine maintenance.
No garage (unless you want to pay through the nose).
Please PM, email, or call ahead 917-216-1595 (best) to arrange.
The AdventureLoft™ Guest List:
11/06 Judy & PowerT from GA (on their way to & from VT)
6/07 Edna & Gillies from NM (Ride report here.)
11/07 Meathead & Steverino From the dirty south (on their way to eat lunch)
12/07 Serendip from Denmark (on the last leg of her long journey) & again 4/09 & 6/09, and 6/10.
6/08 KCDakar From KS (on her KC to Alaska trip)
6/09 Kariina & tsiklonaut from Estonia (on their RTW adventure, Estonian version here.)
8/09 Lar Z from CA (on the go around the U.S.)
9/09 Miquel Silvestre from Spain (on his Back to America Tour)
10/09 Erica on her Highway to Hell tour from L.A. and back
10/09 Alisa's first stop on her year of solo motorcycle vagabonding
6/10 Dave, (Werewasi) from Oz on his North American Suibom trip
6/10 Loftus (Bloochdog), BWDR ambassador, attending his buddy's wedding
7/10 Gabe & Char from the U.K. finishing up their RTW trip with a send-off for Gabe to the TAT.
7/10 Dave (AlbertaStrom) on his Cross-the-Continent trip
9/10 Daniele Ciccone (Daninviaggio) on his RTW trip
3/11 Alisa (MotoAdventureGirl) Cleaning house on the East Coast
6/11 Aurel & Marion, Frenchies on their way from Argentina to Alaska
6/11 Anthony, the Motojournalist on his way back from the Overland rally
8/11 Rafael, (hitchiker_forever) as his final destination Cross country on a Honda C70
10/11 Spencer Compton (SpencerCompton) from PA visiting NYC for a couple days.
4/12 Adam Lewis (JediMaster) from the UK taking the short way 'round
7/12 James (bluesurf) & Rachel on their US tour.
8/12 Alicia (the most interesting woman in the world) & Miguel (the most interesting man in the world) on their world-wide travels.
8/12 Heinrich (Heino) & Anna from Germany, touring the US, 2-up on a V-strom.
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|09-15-2006, 03:50 PM||#75|
Got Stick Meat?
Joined: Oct 2005
Location: Lake Forest, SoCal
I have a room, floor and couch space, as well as a fully outfitted garage with air etc... I also have plenty of room for tents...
Gig Harbor, WA
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