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 Post Posted: Sat Feb 28, 2009 9:50 pm 
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sigh...


It's snowing again...


DwnUndr is more than ready to come out of the cave and see blue sky again.

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You know how i felt a few weeks back, ill happily share my sunshine with you though :D

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HA HA

Its sunny in Arizona lol


Cyas when i get Back on the 6th ... that is if Bostons logan airport gets rid of the 15 inches they got while im away...

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Four inches overnight here. /me grabs the shotgun and goes looking for that stupid groundhog...

I hope you are having a great time out there Soupman!

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Going to be snowing again here soon.:(

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I've gone from freezing temperatures to sahara weather cos i was in morocco for 2 weeks riding round the country on a motorbike, back to freezing temperatures and snow when i came home to sunny sweden. I want the warmth back lol


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Gibbon wrote:
I've gone from freezing temperatures to sahara weather cos i was in morocco for 2 weeks riding round the country on a motorbike,



Sweet ,, pics ??

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Shot we didnt get any down this way I love snow!!!

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Soupman wrote:
Gibbon wrote:
I've gone from freezing temperatures to sahara weather cos i was in morocco for 2 weeks riding round the country on a motorbike,



Sweet ,, pics ??


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Fantastic .. as some know i ride

and that just looks like an Aesome Time.. thx for the pics :D

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Thx Soup,

It's just a very small selection of where we went. We did a large part of the tour semi off road, hence the bmw's. Those pictures don't tell how truly shitty the roads are there, gravel on every corner and loads of animals wondering about.

We had camels crossing the road, the odd stray horse, a donkey (of which there are loads), goats, sheep, the odd dog and cat, and lastly a suicidal cow that just leapt out of freakin nowhere and nearly took out me and the lead rider, how we missed it i still don't know, i just remember shouting shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit as the cow got closer.

Marakesh was a hoot, bargaining with the arabs, picked up loads of bargains and had a great time all round. We crossed the Riff mountains, Atlas and anti Atlas ranges and made it almost down to the sahara. Decided to try and crush a camel in the last shot but he didn't seem to mind, his name was Jimi Hendrix which kinda caught me off guard. Bloody excellent lol


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Cute camel! But I still wouldn't try and kiss it lol.

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I love to see these pics of other countries. Keep them coming, everyone. :)

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I have some more piccies thinking about it. Did a bike tour of Thailand last year which was fun


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Just to annoy you further, this was Thailand last year. Yet another motorbike tour of most of the country, starting in the north at Ching Mai and driving all the way down to Phuket, around 1500 miles. On one two day section through some mountains, we did just under 4000 bends, even got a t shirt to prove it lol.

Thailand has some amazing scenery, these shots are just a small taster of some of the things we got up to

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1200 BMW GS, the only bike to use in these places

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One of many temples

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Local monkey arriving to show us how they pick coconuts

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Elephant ride through the jungle

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Longneck village

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Stroking a very large pussy

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This was just behind where they filmed the James Bond movie "Man with the golden gun"

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The real bridge over the river kwai, which was amazing.The movie was filmed in singapore if i remember right, even had a look at the war cemetaries there, very poignant.


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