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Discussion in 'Indian Motorcycle General Discussion' started by Ghost, Sep 9, 2017.
I got a Backboard we can strap you in then strap it to the Sidecar! I'll keep you in the wind!
Your a true friend @sidecarsam. I can hardly wait for you to get back home.
I've been battling back issues for a long. I just sucked it up and went on my way for years. Unfortunately I can't do that any more and the last 7 years have been a real struggle. I got rid of my old Ram 2500 HD on Aug 31 and got the new 1500 that rides like a car. That in itself makes my back feel better, but not enough yet to get me off of meds. Oh well, I'm still vertical. I just now put my boat up for sale and need to get rid of 3 sets of clubs.
Pounding through waves and golf are tough on
Pounding through waves and golf are both tough on guys with bad backs. On a good note, now that it is raining we can maybe get rid of the smoke and fires. Good luck and if you get better before the snow flies we can get in a ride.
@Diz I do realize that . BTW it's supposed to snow Friday
Yeah I never thought I would wish Summer away but the smoke was killing me
It was killing me too with all those unhealthy air quality days. They said that the rain and snow today, put out a number of fires. However they are not letting their guard down especially around the Lincoln area.
It's gonna be a cold ride for me and Cindy tomorrow.
Be careful you two. Snowing real good at Great Divide & FYI, it is 39* at my house right now and Mac Pass is white. Snow level down to 5,000'. It's been raining since yesterday and they're expecting another 2"s. We're also in the rain/snow zone. My wife is leaving tomorrow for home. She'll catch it along the way.
We went right from 90's to winter. It's definitely helping the fires though. The report out this morning is, we've spent $2,000,000,000 to fight our fires this year.
Although Not Good for Riding Natures way of handling those fires ..
Glad to see you are getting some relief from the fires and smoke.
I do have to say, glad I missed the snow by a week!
We'll be careful. We'll do what we can to stay as warm and dry as possible.
I would say your timing was perfect. It sucked to wake up every morning to think, why did I sleep next to the camp fire.
Back in my day we used to ride and drive on all sorts of "medications". And we smoked cigarettes too! And walked to school in the snow. Uphill. Both ways! And we liked it!
I was thinking that also but was going to leave me out of it.