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To tie this to another thread, we had the most bizarre "UFO" siting. We saw a line of lights move from SW to NE horizon, completely filing the sky. It was train of perhaps 50-100 lights all traveling in a line. We were dumbfounded and certainly alcohol encouragement might've been a factor. Only a few of us saw this as we were transfixed to this phenomenon for about 5 minutes until all the lights had departed. It was speculated that might've been helicopters but no noise, no aircraft lights. Rod discover that it was Elon Musk's launch of 60 satellites. Truly one of the most bizarre thing I've ever seen. I thought for sure they were going to take Dusty home. Perhaps the alien bounty hunters.
A rare sight. 2 mahogany Norges, mine and RHAT's taken at an impromptu pie stop on our return trip from the Twisted Oz Motorcycle Museum visit on Friday. Richard's stomach was grumbling I guess.
From Dave Swanson:Where specifically was your pie stop? Curious stomachs want to know.GliderJohn
It was either in Burden or Dexter, but I'm not for sure.
From RHAT:Dexter would have been the closer one to Cedar Vale. Went through downtown Dexter on Saturday but did not see anything that might offer pie although one can buy good candies and chocolate at Henrys. Didn't go through Burden. GliderJohn
Checked the location on my photo and it said Atlanta, Kansas
Hey! We made the Atlanta Cafe FB page!
Here's the new proud owner of the raffle bike.
Very nice first Rally and good folks! Cedarvale people are the friendliest. Absorbed a huge amount of knowledge, heard some great tales of the road and such, tried to and failed to remember 50 WildGuzzi attendee names... Broke camp and rode the short 125 mile jaunt straight East on 166 and home on Sunday. Cedarvale gas station was closed so had to detour to Sedan for fuel. Steady hard North crosswind. Came through Coffeyville right after front had cleared through. A little chilly, but dodged the rain. SPII ran like a champ around 80mph in spite of my worries. If I had known the rain was clearing as it did, I would have stopped at the diner in Cedarvale, but I felt like I need to get going to beat the weather.Black and white film shots of rally coming soon! (por Levi)
I notice there is nobody wearing a mask in the pics. Was - just not a concern? Please no politics. Just curious as most places around here where there are more than 4 or 5 people, some will be masked up.
From Mobiker:Almost everyone had their two - doses, both the attendees and many of the town folk. We were almost always outdoors too. Figured risk was very minimal.GliderJohn
guzzisteve wrote:"How bout the fuel leak?"thanks, for asking,It was a-leaking out of the right side packing of the right petcock but when I screwed my handy 1" carpenters C-clamp horizontally on the petcock edge beside the stripped crew, it held gas-tight, but would have to take it off to select reserve, then clamp it back on. Fortunately I made it home still on main tank position.I am looking for a pair angled petcocks from a V65?
I notice there is nobody wearing a mask in the pics. Was - just not a concern?
Just wanted to give tons of thanks to all the riders that helped me acquire and then change my front tire. I overestimated itís useful life and it was touch and go as to whether or not it had 900 miles left in it. Again thanks to all that helped. You know who you are. Stelvio ram perfect on way back home.
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