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Now.......that was good.............
 

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That looks like Nebraska, 'cept with more trees.

Ride long and safe..and winters in Nebraska are too hard for this sub-tropical transplant.

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Ben There said:
Is that Hawaii? Iffen it is then I don't need to carry the missus. It looks jist like West Texas. You jist saved me a whole lot o money. :lol:
 

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Looks like most the roads here in Okla.
 

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LOL...NOT NEBRASKA.......More like Kansas....flat and nothing to see, out here in western Nebraska we have lots to see...just nobody wants to see it because they have to wear a HELMET and they AVOID our fine state for that reason...IMHO

RIDE SAFE

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Those "snakes" on a hard rainy day can shift a bike sideways in the most disconcerting manner. One has to really be careful of the ones that parallel the direction of travel. :?
 

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Scarier than the movie, though I haven't seen the movie ....But, I have seen roads like that. :shock:
 

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Once in North Carolina after a rain riding on a road with bad snakes I pulled over to check my tire pressure thinking I had a flat. Nope just snakes. The snakes on the surface streets to the north side of Columbus Ohio look like someone spelled out the Koran on the highway.
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Ben There said:
The snakes on the surface streets to the north side of Columbus Ohio look like someone spelled out the Koran on the highway.
Glen
Yeppers on that ! We deal with them everytime we ride. Kinda get accustomed to being careful on them - particularly on hot days !
 
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