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Someone needs to save the race for me.

I'm leaving Thursday morning for King Cove Alaska and won't be back untill Dec 9.There is no internet or cable TV So I won't even know who won untill I come home.

Like most,I believe this is going to be the best race ever so if someone will or can,would you please save it for me so i can see it when I get home.

BTW

this is where I'll be


Why do the vendors want us to buy there stuff when they never have it in stock?
:book1: One thing leads to another and the next thing you know,your bike is a piece of neglected junk. :book1:

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Dam man i bet you will freeze your butt off
just do not loose that seat i will do my best
and tape it for you what will you be doing over
there do not tell me vacation and no i am not
trying to be a smart ass just wondering



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watch out for polar bears, i heard they are vicious this time of season
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Dam man i bet you will freeze your butt off
just do not loose that seat i will do my best
and tape it for you what will you be doing over
there do not tell me vacation and no i am not
trying to be a smart ass just wondering
If you can...many thanks

I'm going to work.If you ever here someone say they went to the bush in Alaska,they went somewhere like this off the road system.From where I live,it's roughly 800 miles,just to give you a idea how big this place is.

This is where I live.


Why do the vendors want us to buy there stuff when they never have it in stock?
:book1: One thing leads to another and the next thing you know,your bike is a piece of neglected junk. :book1:
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watch out for polar bears, i heard they are vicious this time of season
Polar bears are only north of the artic circle,that's where my son is.

Big brown bears down there......really big

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:book1: One thing leads to another and the next thing you know,your bike is a piece of neglected junk. :book1:
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you aint kidding there is 800 miles between them 2 spots holly snow bally


What kind of work are you talking about ?



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you aint kidding there is 800 miles between them 2 spots holly snow bally


What kind of work are you talking about ?
I'm a electrician,for almost 22 years now.

Why do the vendors want us to buy there stuff when they never have it in stock?
:book1: One thing leads to another and the next thing you know,your bike is a piece of neglected junk. :book1:
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I'm a electrician,for almost 22 years now.
you picked a vital place to earn a living no electricity means major problems
i am sure you are busy a lot during winter time
Best of luck man and be safe out there :icon_salu



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you picked a vital place to earn a living no electricity means major problems
i am sure you are busy a lot during winter time
Best of luck man and be safe out there :icon_salu
Thanks

The remote areas use generators.....realy big ones

The construction industry stays busy year round up here.....it's a good thing but it can be all kinds of cold some days.

Why do the vendors want us to buy there stuff when they never have it in stock?
:book1: One thing leads to another and the next thing you know,your bike is a piece of neglected junk. :book1:

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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-24-2006, 01:49 AM
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Awesome man. Just awesome. I'm sorry you'll miss the race! ;P
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