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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.

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.
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"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?
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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.
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Thanks. That's what I was wondering about. I only became eligible on April 9 (here in Missouri) so I just got my second shot this morning  :thumb:
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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?
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I notice there is nobody wearing a mask in the pics. Was - just not a concern?

We drove down to Pawnee on Saturday to attend the Antique Tractor and Steam show.  Huge event.  There were thousands of people milling around.  In total I saw one 90  year old guy wearing a face mask.

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Just wanted to give tons of thanks to all the riders that helped me acquire and then change my front tire.  I overestimated it’s 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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Just wanted to give tons of thanks to all the riders that helped me acquire and then change my front tire.  I overestimated it’s 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.

That was the worst cupped tire I've ever seen.  It must've felt like a jackhammer to ride.  I wonder if you weren't vandalized by some 6th graders with electric sanders?
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This way to Kaw City!
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A great time for sure.  Thanks for all of the work of the organizers.  Nice to meet so many of you in person.
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A couple of photos from the weekend. I'll post more over the course of the week.











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Dang! I just about made it through with no pictures taken. I hope Greene County Mo. stays off this forum.
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 Apologies for the issue on Saturday evening , I make lots of decisions over the lead up and during the course of the event , got one wrong . That happens sometimes .

 Anyway , spent most of the day doing business in Cedar Vale . There are some changes happening in town , Emili leaving , Kathy taking her place , Faith is stepping back a little , as is Priscilla , they are attempting to groom some younger folks to take up the slack . We actually had a meeting involving some of the new folks and myself today , it was interesting .

 Very tired , several PM's to address , sincerely hope everyone had a good time and returns next Spring . Sorry the weather turned so windy and cool on Sunday , hope the all of the riders made it home OK .

 More later , but thanks to all of the attendees .

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funny Leroy.

I'm going for the ribeye next year.   Don't care about pillaging though.  Have fun.
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No Storm Truck <sigh>    :sad:
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 The mystery re the identity of the woman who banged on the pool house shower doors insisting on an answer as to who was trespassing on her property remains unsolved  :laugh:

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We sure had a great time!  Thanks again to Dusty and everybody that pitched in to help, and the locals for making us feel so welcome.  On the calendar for next year!

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No Storm Truck <sigh>    :sad:

Hoping for next year!  Got a new and better tent Maj Hal!
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In other news Paul made it back to Houston.  Sez it was loading up on one side due to an air screw.

No news on the burned saddlebag.
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 Finally caught up on sleep  :grin:

 Just a few thoughts before merging the 2021 thread with the Cedar Vale mega-thread .

 Some of you performed above and beyond the call of duty , and if I miss someone please feel free to speak up .

 The two Chucks , ChuckH and MotoChuck250 made the 150 mile round trip to Wichita to pick up a new front tyre for an attendee , I was a bit blunt in asking , but the tyre was shot . The amazing thing is neither Chuck once complained , maybe a road trip in a red Corvette was pleasant enough  :grin:

 Anyway , thanks guys .

 Then there is Dave Swanson who did the work of dealing with the tyre swap with a smile on his face , and Doug along with who helped him and the local man unseat the bead on said old tyre . Well done fellas  :thumb:

 My friend Andrew who showed up on Saturday and immediately got put to work helping pick up supplies from the store  :thumb:

 RHAT and Burton along with some help from JC85 who basically took away my apron and got the Saturday evening meal cooked  :bow:

 Sarah Greer and her group from Kentucky did so much that likely went un-noticed , plus participating with the cleanup crew led by JC , thanks so much.

 Sarah , make certain your group knows how much they were appreciated , and tell Tina she is hilarious .

 Smithswede and Delrod for keeping the auction moving   :thumb:

 Davedel44 got us fed and well fed at that on Thursday evening . Good job my friend and to whoever helped you .

 I noticed Wes Stephens did some repair on his California , someone had to help , no idea who it was .

 Leroysch and rudy do all of those little things that make these things work , all W/O fanfare .

 
 Alright , I have probably missed about half of the contributors , so if you are aware of something that an attendee did that should be recognized , please add it here .

 Once again , thanks to everyone , there will be a different group of us in Hewins Park Sept 8-12 , with some recognizable faces . Same drill , just with some different folks . Feel free to PM for details ,

 Dusty

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 Bear with me here , a couple of more people to recognize .

 Vin Hayes for patiently standing by and helping me get up a few times , old knees were acting up , and Patrick for keeping us amused  :laugh:

 AMGeneral for keeping us on the rails a couple of times , thanks Rod .

 Mhershon for entertaining a couple of locals , Faith asked about you mate , she seemed impressed  :thumb:

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Thanks again for everything, Dusty.  You've sold us on Moto Guzzi rallies, we aim to head for New Hampshire.  Hope to see the same folks again, along with a bunch more.

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Re: The giant WG National threadfest
« Reply #3653 on: May 30, 2021, 08:09:49 AM »
 Beginning to merge all of the threads about Cedar Vale .

 We might have some interesting news regarding extra funding to help restore the pavilion . Finally  :laugh:

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Re: The giant WG National threadfest
« Reply #3654 on: May 31, 2021, 09:49:01 AM »
Well I finally have the time to put in a small note about my trip to and from CV. The old CX did well on the round trip with the only real glich was a broken tach cable on the last leg on the way to SoCal.

Averaged about 50 MPG at +10 on the road max, and had several conversations/inquirys about the CX at truck stops and other stops.

 Used/leaked abouit one qt of dino of the whole 3623 miles .

It’s a fun ride but a real test of my ability to withstand pain!

On the back side I encountered two other brave soles at a motel in NM that were returning to PHX after a visit to the “WALL” in DC. One was riding a M8 and the other a HD trike.  Both were my age and VN vets, a mud Marine and an Army “tunnel rat”(he was omly about 5’3” tall). We had a long dinner and discussed politics, the state of the union and…gulp UFOs! (things not usually long lived on this forum). But all in good fun.

Thanks to Mr. D and is usual efficient handling of the CV caper and to those I met for the first time, hope to see you all again.

Back in sunny berber land.

Adieu

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Re: The giant WG National threadfest
« Reply #3655 on: July 02, 2021, 11:24:55 AM »
Since it was brought up on the best place to retire thread, is there going to be a rally in the Spring in '22?

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Re: The giant WG National threadfest
« Reply #3656 on: July 02, 2021, 11:39:45 AM »
Since it was brought up on the best place to retire thread, is there going to be a rally in the Spring in '22?

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 If there is any interest , yes . It has been communicated that Mrs Chuckie would make the trip , no idea about anyone else .
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Re: The giant WG National threadfest
« Reply #3657 on: July 02, 2021, 03:19:06 PM »
Auggie and I will be there
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Re: The giant WG National threadfest
« Reply #3658 on: July 02, 2021, 09:42:47 PM »
Since it was brought up on the best place to retire thread, is there going to be a rally in the Spring in '22?

John Henry

Cedar Vale in May of 2022 is on my list of things to do.   :thumb:

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Re: The giant WG National threadfest
« Reply #3659 on: July 03, 2021, 10:15:45 AM »
If there is any interest , yes . It has been communicated that Mrs Chuckie would make the trip , no idea about anyone else .

There might be interest.   :evil:
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