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post #131 of 135 (permalink) Old 10-05-2020, 01:52 PM
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Looks like a great time, thanks fr the pics! Maybe someday.......

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Some pics (doing this from iPhone so hope it works). BTW we might have to change Trainwreck’s handle to “FJR Godfather” based on that picture 🙂 Although, he might be an FJR Samurai based upon the symbol on his saddlebag.

If you look closely at one of the pics, you can see a little kitty cat that found Liquid on the side of the road.

The new kids on the Hoon block (Ben and Derrick) didn’t seem to mind the view 🙂 Hopefully they had a good time and it was great to meet them.

It was a beautiful Full Moon Hoon evening. We could not have asked for a more perfect 2 star hotel parking lot evening to honor our friends gone by. Given the year we have had, it was very comforting to share a moment of solace with our Ozark family. No expectations or judgements, we simply share love to ride.

It’s a privilege to know and ride with each one of you.
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well-said Boofer...and very nice pics especially the toast to friends in the moonlight.
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Hey guys, what a great ride that was. Awesome group of riders with talents well beyond my skill level. So i really appreciate the patience with the two new slow guys.

We ended up riding just under 1000 miles round trip. John is correct we did push mountain both ways before heading home.

Sorry we missed the after ride festivities on Saturday. We both dosed off and by the time I woke up it was time for bed. Lol.

Boofer, thanks for leadings the way back after we broke off from the fast group.

2qk4U, appreciate the guidance on the roads ahead and what not.

John, thanks for leading the way through the best roads I’ve ever ridden.

Train wreck, thanks for the shot glasses and for the tequila, I think... lol

Pleasure meeting and riding with everyone, what a great group of riders.
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