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#21 Quixote

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Posted 19 March 2011 - 08:52 PM

I'm not a part of the Coast riders but I have run into a few sometimes. That should be a nice ride up to Enderby, I'm going south after Idaho falls, I can never resist a ride down to Vegas, even if it's kickin hot in July I'm drawn to shiny lights I guess.
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Posted 19 March 2011 - 10:53 PM

France, You should have a great ride to Idaho Falls, That is just plain beautiful country to ride. I should have contacted you earlier, those wonderful pic's my wife took at WFO9 in Eureka! did not turn out, the digital chip in her camera was full, and NOTHING took.... HUA on my part.
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I'm taking 10 days total, the plan being to go down on "tourist mode" and come back up faster like I did last years.
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Posted 19 March 2011 - 11:10 PM

Welcome to you Vancouver-ites. Are any of you members of the Coast Riders a club in the Vancouver area?
I plan to attend their rally in Enderby, BC after WFO.
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No sorry…

I’m not part of any Club, I mostly ride solo as the other riders I know are usually too busy with their family and/or can’t get away without the blessing of their wife…
I will never understand that type of emotional blackmail. :blink:
But that’s another story…

So yeah, no...
I don’t know any of the clubs around here…

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Posted 28 March 2011 - 05:03 PM

Add one more to the confirmed!! WFO 9 was a blast and I can't wait to see everyone again!! :fans:
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Posted 28 March 2011 - 08:54 PM

And just to let people know...I'm behind on notifications. I'll be getting to it hopefully tomorrow, but between this uber-gnarly thing at work and dates with a really hot woman.....I've been shirking the FJR a bit.

Those signed up expect notification and hotel details sometime tomorrow.

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Posted 28 March 2011 - 09:16 PM

and dates with a really hot woman


Must be a sign of Spring...... and shedding of winter garb :P

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Posted 28 March 2011 - 10:26 PM

It doesn't look like I'll be going this year, unless there is a remarkable change of situation. Assuming I don't go to the shindig, if a rider wants to stop off at my place for a night coming or going (I'm near Crater Lake for example) I have a spare bedroom. Nothing fancy, but the bed is not well used. BeemerDonS only slept on it a couple nights last year, so how much liquor smell could the mattress absorb?

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Posted 29 March 2011 - 08:31 AM

It doesn't look like I'll be going this year, unless there is a remarkable change of situation. Assuming I don't go to the shindig, if a rider wants to stop off at my place for a night coming or going (I'm near Crater Lake for example) I have a spare bedroom. Nothing fancy, but the bed is not well used. BeemerDonS only slept on it a couple nights last year, so how much liquor smell could the mattress absorb?

If you promise to tell some good riding stories or show hot goat pictures, I'll throw in dinner.


Start putting pennies in the jar Mike. Thats what I'm doing. I think I can pull it off but I don't think my bride will make it. I am going straight there and back so I won't need motel money.

Might have the girls in the barn do some extra tricks to pay the fuel bill. Maybe I could bring one to WFO. Kind of like a debit card :yahoo:
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Posted 30 March 2011 - 07:54 PM

And just to let people know...I'm behind on notifications. I'll be getting to it hopefully tomorrow, but between this uber-gnarly thing at work and dates with a really hot woman.....I've been shirking the FJR a bit.

Those signed up expect notification and hotel details sometime tomorrow.

See you in Idaho!



You mean a real girl, one that doesn't need inflation? :) Patiently waiting.

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Posted 31 March 2011 - 10:46 PM


It doesn't look like I'll be going this year, unless there is a remarkable change of situation. Assuming I don't go to the shindig, if a rider wants to stop off at my place for a night coming or going (I'm near Crater Lake for example) I have a spare bedroom. Nothing fancy, but the bed is not well used. BeemerDonS only slept on it a couple nights last year, so how much liquor smell could the mattress absorb?

If you promise to tell some good riding stories or show hot goat pictures, I'll throw in dinner.


Start putting pennies in the jar Mike. Thats what I'm doing. I think I can pull it off but I don't think my bride will make it. I am going straight there and back so I won't need motel money.

Might have the girls in the barn do some extra tricks to pay the fuel bill. Maybe I could bring one to WFO. Kind of like a debit card :yahoo:



That is SO tempting! Haven't had fresh she-goat in a while, but the lambs are dropping around here, so I'm making do. If I get the pennies together a straight ride through is probably the way to do it. Haven't had a speeding ticket in Idaho since the last WFO there, while trying to catch up to HotRodzilla. I guess I'll have to see....
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Posted 01 April 2011 - 05:20 AM



It doesn't look like I'll be going this year, unless there is a remarkable change of situation. Assuming I don't go to the shindig, if a rider wants to stop off at my place for a night coming or going (I'm near Crater Lake for example) I have a spare bedroom. Nothing fancy, but the bed is not well used. BeemerDonS only slept on it a couple nights last year, so how much liquor smell could the mattress absorb?

If you promise to tell some good riding stories or show hot goat pictures, I'll throw in dinner.


Start putting pennies in the jar Mike. Thats what I'm doing. I think I can pull it off but I don't think my bride will make it. I am going straight there and back so I won't need motel money.

Might have the girls in the barn do some extra tricks to pay the fuel bill. Maybe I could bring one to WFO. Kind of like a debit card :yahoo:



That is SO tempting! Haven't had fresh she-goat in a while, but the lambs are dropping around here, so I'm making do. If I get the pennies together a straight ride through is probably the way to do it. Haven't had a speeding ticket in Idaho since the last WFO there, while trying to catch up to HotRodzilla. I guess I'll have to see....



So does that mean you Have Had a fresh HE-Goat recently. :o :rolleyes: :yahoo:
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Posted 02 April 2011 - 01:55 PM

I should be caught up on sending out confirmation e-mails.

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Posted 03 April 2011 - 12:52 PM

room booked at 81 plus tax a night.

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Posted 07 April 2011 - 01:23 PM

Yep, registration was a snap, and at the $81 per night rate for two of us in the room.

As an aside, the nice lady who answered the phone has all the WFO-10 information at her fingertips now so no need for a manager or anything of that sort. You will only need the group number given earlier in this thread to get the right rate...
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Looking forward to finally meeting all the good folks from this board... and you, too, Old Mike! :)

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Posted 07 April 2011 - 06:43 PM

Yea, room is reserved :yahoo: Now, just warm up a little. :glare:

Thanks, Hal, Matt and all others that have helped.

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Posted 07 April 2011 - 09:23 PM

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My room is booked, had no problems with the WFO code.

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Posted 08 April 2011 - 10:11 AM

I registered for WFO-10 and have a room with a king bed and poolside access. I joined the Red Lion R&R Club online and am supposed to get 500 miles added to my American Airlines frequent flyer account. I also used AAA for a discount in addition to the WFO code and my room will be $71.10/night before taxes and fees.

WFO 9 was a blast and I am looking forward to seeing everyone again.
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Posted 10 April 2011 - 06:28 PM

So, Brodie, the Elk Master, What are you going to be riding to WFO?? The brightly painted and very dead AE... I am curious. WHADDJAGET?
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Posted 28 April 2011 - 11:30 AM

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Posted 18 May 2011 - 06:07 AM

It's awfull quiet around here. Anything new going on????
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