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Old 10-23-2006, 01:40 PM   #31
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That keg setup was the shit! We were dealing with TRAINED PROFESSIONALS here.
or amateurs with LOTS AND LOTS OF PRACTICE


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Old 10-23-2006, 01:48 PM   #32
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or amateurs with LOTS AND LOTS OF PRACTICE


You mean like yourself?

I read the entire Alcan thread last night. I was up till 3AM, but it was an awesome read. I didnt think anyone could ride that fast in those conditions with one hand holding up a camera. WTF were you thinking? They have those nifty helmet cams you know. I guess that would be too easy for a rider of your caliber. It was a pleasure meeting you.

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Old 10-23-2006, 02:13 PM   #33
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Who was around when I was talking about having Jeff Foxworthy on a reality tv show where he goes around and parties with folks at their Scrub-type parties? The Zombie Hunter wouldn't even write it for me! Maybe he's a Larry the Cable Guy fan...
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Old 10-23-2006, 02:33 PM   #34
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You mean like yourself?

I read the entire Alcan thread last night. I was up till 3AM, but it was an awesome read. I didnt think anyone could ride that fast in those conditions with one hand holding up a camera. WTF were you thinking? They have those nifty helmet cams you know. I guess that would be too easy for a rider of your caliber. It was a pleasure meeting you.

Jerry .
I thought about pulling my camera out for a little video on the sand using my patented "my left hand" camera mount... but quickly though better of it
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Old 10-23-2006, 03:19 PM   #35
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This is a good ride report too

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?p=3452815#post3452815
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Old 10-23-2006, 03:40 PM   #36
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After ariving at The Scrub and starting to set up camp, I noticed a walk-in on his way to greet us. I was a good to meet you josh, the first of many new folks I met this weekend and the first of many bikes I saw resting.



My GS Down



It's best for people like me to ride with big young helpful guys like Gabe.



To answer the question about 'How many ADVriders does it take to change a light bulb?' Well I can't answer that for sure but I'm believe it was at least double the number of these little helpers.



Looks like folks are starting to party again



Rob, Karen and Brian at the peanut table



Larry and Larry



John and Mark, always having a good time



a better view of the peanut table



This water was sucking em in morning, noon and night



moments of madness




I boosted this picture from patriot308
there was two more pictures in this sequence but they have vanished
JD made the turn and had the biggest shit eating grin I've ever seen in my anyone wearing, he was moving.

Sunday morning



Sure had a good time. thanks and
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Old 10-23-2006, 03:49 PM   #37
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Excellent pictures!

I'm glad I was in one or two of those photos... Now I have proof I was hanging out with stinky ADVRiders and not in the arms of some nubile, young chickie as my beloved teasingly accuses me of.
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Old 10-23-2006, 05:56 PM   #38
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And Sccaauugghhtt I think the smile here on Jerry's aka Philip Kuntz' face pretty much sums up the entire weekend; we had a F'n good time
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Old 10-23-2006, 06:05 PM   #39
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My pictures are currently under review. Once a Florida Supreme Court judge has a chance to review them, I'll post what's left!

In the mean time...



Salt anyone?

PS: NCBub says, "Florida sucks! Fuck Florida! Fuck sand!"
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Old 10-23-2006, 06:16 PM   #40
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Hell yeah, where is the next event?

I will be more better at riding next time. There is plenty of deep sand near my house. I have a few friends with bikes, and one has a dual sport. Two of my other friends are planning to get one soon. Now is the time to buy a bike, I have seen some good deals on stuff as winter approaches. If you can call it that in FL.

Cheers yall, and thanks again Jack for putting this on and to everyone who pitched in to help. I have a couple other pics of the group that are decent, just from camp though.

Jerry

Adam? that you? Where is NCBubs review? Those guys did a great job just getting those heavy bikes through.

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Old 10-23-2006, 07:51 PM   #41
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Yes I made it home

Tried to post what little pics I have last night before going to bed for the evening, but this internet shit was kicking my a$$; I will try agian.

Kudos to JD & HoJo for hosting an outstanding event and the great ribs.

It appears I missed some good riding Saturday, but I may not have been ready to wrestle that beastly KLR after what Bryan and Francis took me thru on Friday. Did go down once, or should I say layed it down before face met log. Riding thru the sugar sand is one thing, but doing so while plowing thru the scrub off the trail will probally get you hurt.

Did get to have lunch in Daytona with my friends. Was not trying to ride thru the main event down there but ended up going down the main drag out to International Speedway. Not sure if I fit into the freak show; felt more like an anomaly with full gear on a dirty KLR with Knobs. Well here we go again with the pics;

Maybe I Should have brought the Silverado, Nah!!
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The Scrub

JayDee and his 950 ADV, Nice Bike & the truck that gave some is us an unsolictied wake up that sounded like a crash on Friday night. No crash though.

Looking up from the gathering area; Data Daddy's KLR in forground; When grow up, I want to ride like Data Daddy.

Beemer being a bummer; Brake Light was fixed in short order with the wealth of knowledge available.

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On my way back from Daytona; Taking a breather at the pit on 588, Used to be quite a hang out for 4-wheelers 10-15 years ago. Now looks like it is use for road maintenance.

Somewhere on 65 on my way back to the scrub

The Peanut Table

JD getting the grub on

Can you say ribs?

Did I Say ribs? They were soooooo goooood!!!!

Salute!!!

Had a Great time. I will be practicing my sand riding up here at Jennings Forest getting ready for the spring. Great meeting you all!

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Old 10-23-2006, 08:25 PM   #42
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This is how good DATA DADDY is. Try keeping up with Brian (Sand master) on a klr650 fully loaded on sugar sand blasting at 50-60 mph and looking at the gps at the same time. I still can't believe how he rides that bike so good in those conditions. It is truly amazing. But brian, this guy can really ride , and he said he was rusty! Mang I can only wish to be as good as him and on a 23 year old motorcycle . Guys thanks for the pics. JD man your awesome HOJO thanks for everything and sorry out my right eye and letting me stay in the trailer. Maybe i can do something for you guys. I will be signed up as of next week with Sunbelt, soooooo I can prolly get a bobcat or something at a discount for the weekend if needed.
See ya real soon!!!
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Old 10-23-2006, 08:55 PM   #43
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Excellent pictures!

I'm glad I was in one or two of those photos... Now I have proof I was hanging out with stinky ADVRiders and not in the arms of some nubile, young chickie as my beloved teasingly accuses me of.
Some people thought i was making this shit up. Said " Dude where were you you been gone for 4 days" think i said something about aliens and and a mother ship lurking in the forest and how they fed me, gave me drink and had the best time of my life. It is weird when iI see My self in the pictures I could have sweared I was 17 years old when I was at the campsite.

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Old 10-23-2006, 11:05 PM   #44
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Can't beat the Ribs

I need to get my own digicam so I can take pics at these things (not sure if that's a good thing or not)

I had an awesome time; it was nice meeting everyone and seeing some of the folks I had met at Walt's. The food great job JD on the food and John too. The red death kicked my ass on Friday, I'm sure I could've handled more of that sand on saturday if I hadn't drank so much the first 2 nights.

I wish I could ride half as good as some of you guys on that sand. See y'all at the next event.
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Old 10-24-2006, 04:40 AM   #45
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Things sure change fast around here


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