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Old 11-30-2018, 11:55 AM
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FK Politics! Whats YOUR favorite riding memory?

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FAR too much political crap is killing off the warm camaraderie
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FUCK Politics.



One of the MANY things we have in common is a love of bikes and riding.

So, how about relating one of your favorite rides?
Your most dangerous ride?


As always...
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Re: FK Politics! Whats YOUR favorite riding memory?

A great ride that I had was in Texas in 2008 . Tried to catch up with this lovely lady all day . She rode that little 650 like she stole it , plus she knew all the roads in the area .

She's still a good friend up to this day !



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Old 11-30-2018, 12:37 PM
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A great ride that I had was in Texas in 2008 .
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She's still a good friend up to this day !

Yeah, well, she helped you get pulled over for speeding, but the cops figured as a Canadian, you were being influenced by a local degenerate & let you go with a warning. Thanks dear man.
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Yeah, well, she helped you get pulled over for speeding, but the cops figured as a Canadian, you were being influenced by a local degenerate & let you go with a warning. Thanks dear man.



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Re: FK Politics! Whats YOUR favorite riding memory?

Great thread Pat, thanks! One of several come to mind. Not too sure this was "the most dangerous", but going as fast as I was on the POS in the photos, well, stupid, of course. Riding gear, we don't need no stinkin' riding gear! Check out the Bell Bottoms!

So early in the day, I think July '73, we were riding around my friend's neighborhood on his bored and stroked, straight pipe, springer, no working front brake, chopped Sportster.
Making lots of noise, disturbing the neighbors, pulling wheelies, innocent enough, right?



What to do when it ran low on gas? Well, what else siphon some gas from a car for the bike. And being bright and attentive we stopped paying attention for a couple of minutes, turned around and had gasoline running down the driveway. So, what did any right minded adolescents do to clean up the gas? Well, of course, set it afire,



this was shortly before I took off for a ride on this POS, and was actually arrested, handcuffed, transported to the police station, to receive a speeding ticket for 96.8 MPH in a 45 MPH zone. Of course I did not have the registration for the bike so I had to call my friend to bring the registration to the station. He was a bit miffed as I had been gone for a couple of hours. He arrives, sees me in a room, actually handcuffed to a bar in the wall, and pointing at me, YELLS -

THERE'S THE GUY THAT STOLE MY BIKE!!!

That made for some low grade entertainment for a few minutes - taking a step away from the line, "What are friends for?" to, "If you can't fuck with your friends, who can you fuck with?"

Later that day, with my award,



The court story regarding the ticket is for another day.
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Re: FK Politics! Whats YOUR favorite riding memory?

Counselor, are you sure you didnt relate this story just to prove you had had some really awesome hair?
Dang, but setting fire to that gas was so amazingly stupid!
Fantastic photos.
Testosterone run wild.... and you STILL got into law school & graduated. That was before social media became an albatross for misbehaving & wayward youth.

Thanks for sharing that story, Craig.
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hat was before social media became an albatross for misbehaving & wayward youth.


We are all well and truly blessed that there was no cell phone cameras or social media back in the day. I deny any of it ever happened.
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We are all well and truly blessed that there was no cell phone cameras or social media back in the day. I deny any of it ever happened.


No shit!

God help me if some of the stupid shit I "allegedly" did was documented with images.
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Nice to see you weigh in Pat !
So many favorite riding memories - I'll be back!
Regarding 'politics'? Stop clicking in to those sub-forums replete with password prerequisites and dire warnings of awful consequences... its bad for your health.
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Nice to see you weigh in Pat !
So many favorite riding memories - I'll be back!
Regarding 'politics'? Stop clicking in to those sub-forums replete with password prerequisites and dire warnings of awful consequences... its bad for your health.

Waiting for your stories and photos, Vic. No doubt you have plenty of treasures you could share. Wondering about your most dangerous ride.....since your merry band of speed demons terrorized the NE.

I havent been in Jo in years. My comment was not focusing on this site.
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Nice to hear your words of wisdom. Great to see your post.
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Well... I never did anything stupid!
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Couldn't resist!

Hey Pat, mon amie, nice to see you coming home and getting something interesting going.


I missed your input... a lot...
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I remember this one...because it was today.

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I remember this one...because it was today.

Nice photo, Trevor.


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This one was not without it's dangers. I went out for a ride and even if they had predicted a possibility of snow showers, I hadn't anticipated so much...




The main roads were pretty decent but I chose to take a more scenic route heading home.


Long stretches of time the road surface was covered with snow. The few cars that had went there had. compacted the surface into a very slick skating rink. Took way more time to come back than to go there...






This pic has been posted elsewhere but it speaks tons...

Hey Pat, did I wake you up? or
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I had the most frightening ride this weekend with these 2 characters. My son on my 08 bonneville and my nephew on a 74 r90/6 that he bought. Neither has much experience and both commented on the length of the ride I took them in the hill country, tx for 100 mi round trip.

They were both careful, but watching them in the mirror of my r1200rs really was a bit too much for me... I guess with good gear, they will have a chance. If my son pushes, Ill help him buy a decent bike. Both great kids, but I really wish they didn't want to ride, but I can't quit myself.
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One of my favorite riding memories was my first trip out to Big Bend in '07. At that time I had just met my buddy Gary (who was a customer of mine) & we rode out with Pat & Randy and had a great time on the road. Once we got there, it was several days of great riding & camaraderie with a lot of the same people I've come to know from this website... James, Lee & Debbie, Don, Tim & Susan, Steve & others. Such a good time in such a special place.

Another favorite was my ride in CA up & down the Pacific Coast Highway in 2010. What a great trip for me that was.

Most dangerous I guess was my test ride on the new to me R1150GS I bought about a month or so ago. I had been on the bike for no more than 5 minutes riding through the seller's neighborhood & nearly hit a guy ahead of me. He had moved into the median to make a left turn & suddenly decided he wanted to make a right turn instead, crossing 2 lanes. I had just looked over my shoulder to make a lane change to the farthest right hand lane & when I looked back, there he was right in front of me. I stood on the brakes & thought for sure I was going to hit him. Just as I was about to make contact & thinking to myself, "oh shit, here it comes", I turned the wheel slightly to the left as he was passing by & barely missed the rear end of his car by about a foot, maybe less. It so so close, I was kind of shaking afterwards & of course, pissed. That would've been great way to buy a bike, not because i wanted it but because I crashed it!
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This one was not without it's dangers. I went out for a ride and even if they had predicted a possibility of snow showers, I hadn't anticipated so much... :eek
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This pic has been posted elsewhere but it speaks tons...

Hey Pat, did I wake you up? or
Thank you Louis. Most of you riders have legs long enough to flat foot a bike, which helps when stopping.....except, perhaps, in ice! Thanks for the post.


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I had the most frightening ride this weekend with these 2 characters.

They were both careful, but watching them in the mirror of my r1200rs really was a bit too much for me... I guess with good gear, they will have a chance. If my son pushes, Ill help him buy a decent bike. Both great kids, but I really wish they didn't want to ride, but I can't quit myself.

Shelby, 100 miles of uneasiness, with your progeny behind you, was undoubtedly quite a bit unnerving. Charlie used to have me ride ahead of him so he wouldn’t have to keep his eye on the curvy roads while constantly monitoring my progress in the mirror, when he taught me to ride, here in the hill country. I used both styles when teaching our daughter to ride.

Hope your son’s progress holds few bumps for him.
Thanks for sharing the ride.


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One of my favorite riding memories was my first rip out to Big Bend in '07. ..... Such a good time in such a special place.

... ride in CA up & down the Pacific Coast Highway in 2010. What a great trip for me that was.

Most dangerous I guess was my test ride on the new to me R1150GS I bought about a month or so ago. .....
Congrats on your new bike AND on avoiding the dangerous obliviousness of the cage driver.

Oh yeah, that ‘07 Terlingua/Big Bend trip was a joy!
CA 1? What’s not to love when it’s in good condition without massive traffic. Magnificent scenery & riding.

Thanks for sharing those, Curt.
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Scariest...


This one. THC rally 2003, I think.



Your neck of the woods...



It's really a two beer story but to keep it short, over testosteroned myself and just went on a tear. Was lagging behind many rally goers and just pinned it... Didn't know that road. Got ahead of myself and just passed whoever was ahead. Got to a curve, way hotter than the curb deserved and way faster than I would have intended and started leaning in the righthander. The bike just wanted to float over the double yellah, so figuring that if a truck came the opposite direction I'd be grilled meat... Saw a field on the left and scrubbed off as much speed as I could before hoping in the grass. Feathering them brakes as light as I could, I was steadily slowing down. That's when I saw the little river and it didn't take long to figure out that I was headed for the drink. 10 feet more field I would have stopped in time!
But that's not the case...
The bike just flopped in and with fine river stones on the bottom, i wasn't able to move it one inch. Just kept spinning the wheel. I was really trying to get out before anyone showed up but that didn't happen either...
As they all came to the scene of the crime, they all started howling with laughter till their bellies hurt. And only then did my bud Rob take off his boots, came in the river and helped me push the bike out.





Only later did I really get the feel for what I had done and how it coudda turned for the worst.


But hefty amounts of fermented liquids made it the hilarious incident that it was.

Who needs a stinking GS to go off road?


Bwahahahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa !!!


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I'm trying to find someone pictures, but my favorite ride may have been my most dangerous ride. Great thread M1. I'm interested in everyone's story, even without pictures.
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Hmm.. lots of memorable and/or dangerous rides... Too many.... Here's one that could have ended in blood and tears, but somehow.. didn't.

This 17 year old was out for a leisurely ride in east Nashville. It was a heavily tree-lined street in a residential section..Lots of shadows. I don't think I was speeding which was rare. I was doing probably 40mph when up ahead I see a city electrical van parked on the right side of the road. As I got closer I could see a worker on a tall ladder on the left hand side of the road across from the van... The situation looked innocuous so I didn't slow down...

When I got within 20 feet of the van, I realize that these guys were running an electrical wire across the street from pole to pole and it was hanging down right across the road at exactly helmet level.It had been obscured by all the shadows. By the time I see the black heavy wire, it's too late to stop or even slow down. The wire caught be mid-helmet shield and pulled me straight back, but not off the bike.. Kinda like Neo on the rooftop in "the Matrix" leaning back as to dodge the bullets from the agent.. I remember instantly thinking.."If this wire slides down, It'll crush my windpipe at the least and /or decapitate me at the worst." My arms are off the bars and just when my head can go no further back, the wire pulls up and over my helmet. I regained control of my bike and immediately pull over.

I look back and the guy on the ladder has been thrown off and he's just getting up off the ground. The shield on my Nava helmet is toast. I walk back to the van and immediately start reaming these city workers new orifices for not putting up warning cones which is the law. I demand restitution for my damaged helmet. They cop an attitude at first, but I can see they are scared and know they've fucked up. They call their supervisor and tell him the story. A week or so later I got a check for $50 from the city for a new shield and a note apologizing for the ineptitude of the workers. It was a simpler, less litigious time back then, doncha know.

When I left the house that day, I unknowingly faced an existential 50/50 chance I'd never come home. If that cable had slid the other way.. (down instead of up)... I probably would have died in the street before my life really got started. No Pirates Lair.. No plethora of beautiful ex-wives.. No loving daughter and two grandsons...No Amber. Fortunately.. the cable slid up and over and I'm still here to tell the tale.

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1971. 20-year old rider (me) with hot 19-year old pillion (Cathy) on the back. Turquoise '69 CB-750. At night. 125-mph (indicated!) Up Modjeska Canyon Road in east Orange County, California. Both have long hair flying. No helmets.

Perfect ending in that absolutely nothing unusual happened. Looking back, I can only smile and shake my head in the amazement at youthful indiscretion.

Glad we did it.
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My most memorable ride keeps being updated by newer memorable rides. Currently my coolest ride (hopefully to drop down on the hit parade with newer ones) is from Miami to Key West. Stopping at a number of keys along the way is to me just wonderful. Sun, warm temps, beautiful small Islands, fun eateries, the blue waters of the Gulf, retirement, and yes, serious eye candy all combine for a great two days (one down and one back up) on the road.
My scariest ride was when I was living on the West side of Manhattan and I decided to ride down to Philadelphia to visit the Revzilla store. Nice ride down and very cool store. On the way back I decided (don't ask me why) to not take the Lincoln Tunnel back to NYC but instead take the GWB. For those of you who are familiar with the bridge it is like riding directly into a video game.
I took the upper level and stayed in the second to right lane. The two right lanes take you to the West Side Highway which I needed. just before exiting an idiot in the extreme right lane who was basically next to me decided he did not want to exit. Without any notice or signal he cut directly across me and one other lane to get over to the left. When he executed this moronic maneuver my right hand bar end actually made some serious contact with his drivers side rear quarter panel. To this day I have no idea how I did not go down. If I did hit the deck about 4 cars would have gone right over me.
The guy kept going and I got off, pulled over and got a grip on myself which took a few minutes. I needed to replace the right bar end and the right hand mirror.
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Quick fun ride from the cantina to our room. Greg and I in Mexico.

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Just remembered another. I know I’ve told this story before but I swear it’s true and it’s definitely interesting…

Back in 1983 .. It was a hot, mid-summer Nashville night and I couldn’t sleep. Decided to take my Kawasaki 750 Turbo (then the fastest bike on the planet) for a midnight ride around town on the interstate loop. In the summer it’s about the only time of day you can ride in Nashville and not melt.

There were almost no cars as I recall and at that time of night . While on the far side of town I was all alone on the interstate except for a lone car waaay up ahead.. As I got closer I could see that it was a Corvette. He’s in the fast lane far to the left of the 5 lane section. As I get a little closer I see that it’s a T-top with the top wide open and on the passenger side of the car I see long blond hair billowing out the right side window and the top. I mean.. looong blond hair. Sweet.

My first thought was.. It‘s gotta be a babe. So what to do?? Plan formulated, I’m going to clandestinely close the distance between us…pull up along side.. kinda close.. glance over .. Give her a nod .. then light up the turbo and let them see what godlike power looks like…Vette guys are generally posers anyway.. Who better than I to taunt him in front of his babe?

So.. I slowly close in on them …I pull up alongside dead even with the car matching their speed … closer than I should have but I wanted to get a good look at the girl…I glance over and… I am about 5ft away and eye to eye with a full grown male lion sitting in the passenger seat which instantly roars so loud that it scares me 3 full lanes over and almost off the road.. GEEZUS H!!

I did NOT look back as I felt so stupid.. I just fired up the turbo and was gone.. No idea if the lion was impressed or not..

True story.. and No… I was not on drugs that particular night…
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I suppose my greatest and most fun time on any bike.. hats off to you K1200RS (RED).. was at SSR3. Oh yeah baby!

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I had just purchased my first new bike and was all kinds of impressed with the power of my new 1986 GSXR-750. I lived in San Antonio and drove the 410 loop daily. You could really get the bike up to speed and as long as the traffic wasn't crazy, you could keep it up there. One afternoon, I was running pretty fast and saw something in my rear view, it was getting closer. The vehicle had one headlight so I knew it wasn't the po-po. I think I was up in the mid 120's and this thing was closing fast. it went whipping by me and all I could see was the dirty brown color of a 1970's Honda CB750.
I was so pissed off that I went back to the dealership and told them what happened, the service manager and one of the floor guys both said, in unison, "you met jimmy, he does that to everyone"
Seems that "Jimmy" had some race engine and new suspension installed in his POS 70's CB750 and he just loved to embarrass the new bikes.
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I suppose my greatest and most fun time on any bike.. hats off to you K1200RS (RED).. was at SSR3. Oh yeah baby!

https://youtu.be/CFdOTwpRHJk


On a side note, my condolences about your daughter Pat.


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I suppose my greatest and most fun time on any bike.. hats off to you K1200RS (RED).. was at SSR3. Oh yeah baby!

https://youtu.be/CFdOTwpRHJk


On a side note, my condolences about your daughter Pat.
Looking back on those rides, its hard to believe we made it out alive...


The video gets fun @ 31:40 minutes in
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Looking back on those rides, its hard to believe we made it out alive...


The video gets fun @ 31:40 minutes in

I thought that it was fun scaring you almost off the rode when I passed you there with you not so expecting it, remember?.. 32:45 Really, sorry about that
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16 yrs old. Walked into the court house, first time there. See an old cowboy sitting at a desk, feet up on it, reading something. Long haired me " Hey buddy, where can I find the judge?". Cowboy, taking his feet off the desk, " Don't ya move a goddam inch, that be me." That was the start of a conversation about an 82 mph in a 25 zone ticket with a whole bunch of writing on the back. Earlier the cop had called my mom, small town we all know each other, and said he was doing over a 100 and I was still pulling away. It was 1973 and I had a Yamaha 360 Enduro. It was ported and had a pipe on it. But short of throwing it out of an airplane it would not do 100. let alone the 110-120 he claimed. At least he didn't think to have me take a alcohol test.
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I should not be permitted to ride a motorcycle in the dirt. For those enough old enough to remember Artie Johnson falling off a tricycle on the "Laugh In" TV show, well, that's pretty much me off road.

Fall, 1983, riding buddy Clem Salvadori secures an R80ST and an R80GS and talks me into riding down along the the Sea of Cortez in Baja, CA to Cabo San Lucas, about 800 miles in the dirt. I was young. It sounded like fun. We got about 135 miles south of the border, about 15-20 miles south of the fishing village of Puertocitos. The road up to that point, a graded dirt road, turned into a rutted track, at first with rocks the size of golf balls, then the size of softballs, then the size of bowling balls, and then the rocks got big.

Anyway, we make our way to a section of hills called the "Three Ugly Sisters" and I'm working hard, and losing patience with Clem stopping me oh too often to take photos for his article, and eventually I'm ignoring him when he starts leaning on his horn and yelling at me. I stop, and look back, "WTF do you want, now!???" He yells back, "YOU'RE LEAKING SOMETHING!!!!" So I stop and look and sure enough one of the friendly rocks had cracked the oil pan. Misadventures like this are really the best memories,



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This shot is classic, CJS350.. If it were mine I'd have it framed and on the wall with instructions to my family to have it over my casket at the end of the road...

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FAR too much political crap is killing off the warm camaraderie
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FUCK Politics.
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Could not agree with this more.......

One of the best rides was way back in 2007 when I took the K bike from Chicago out to the Pacific Northwest. Went through the Badlands, Black Hills, Yellowstone, Tetons, Oregon Coast, Washington state, Glacier N.P. This is when I got to ride the Beartooth Parkway - one of my personal favorites.

Self portrait from the Tetons.


Going to the Sun Road in Glacier N.P.


In the clouds at Crater Lake


Just after a rain shower at the west entrance to the Badlands


4th of July fireworks at Mt. Rushmore


Plenty more pictures from that trip, but don't want to get too pic heavy. Three weeks on the road without a care in the world. Such a great trip!
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Nice pics Jered. Time to take another trip out west.
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Your most dangerous ride?
Man, so many great and memorable rides to choose from that it would be hard to choose a favorite. Giving it a short thought, most likely a 2009 trip out west where my cousin and I covered 5400 miles in 12 days after trailering to K1Dude's place and unloading in Colorado. But I digress, maybe more when I dig up pictures of that.

I'm here to write about the Scariest Ride(s) that come to mind, I'm not sure which was scarier, but I'll start with the short one for those that have ADD.

The first tale of [almost] woe is only from a few years ago, two IIRC. Ever since I began riding on the racetrack in 2008, I generally feel like I've become a safer, more responsible, and slower street rider. That said, occasionally, I still get that itch and not scratching it, well that's about like not scratching yourself poison oak once contracted, resistance is futile. I live in a valley, literally at the foot of the mountain. I was traversing a road that runs along the mountain, leading to my uncles house, I've ridden it 100 times. The road is posted at 45 mph, not overly curvy, but the pavement is good, traffic relatively minimal, cops relatively few... and so. I'm getting along pretty good on my Yeller Beauty, sprouting wood listening to the thrum of the small but mighty V4 wailing down the road, speed approaching the ton.

Looking ahead I see three vehicles, reading them from the rear to the front, I have a car, a gap of 200-300 yards, then another car and a large truck running out front. Realizing that we are quickly approaching a passing zone just up the road, I roll on hard. Now rolling at a pretty good clip, I pass the car at the rear and keep gettin' it, wanting to pass everyone. As I'm nearly triple the speed of the other vehicles, I close rather quickly. Just then, when I'm 1-2 seconds from being out front, the truck driver throws on his left turn signal. In that brief moment, I'm confused as hell, there isn't a road or driveway to turn into, I've been past here many times. Regardless, I'm heavy on the brakes and basically beside the car at this point just waiting for the truck to turn across my path. It was almost a very shitty situation, literally as it turns out. The truck was a liquid fertilizer truck, turning into a farm field. Thankfully, the driver looks in his mirrors and we lock eyes. Not a word was said, but i instantly felt a calming relief, rolling back off the brakes and onto the throttle.

Wow, what a ride. So even when you think that you have a situation under control, don't forget to think outside the box.


Gotta get back to work... I'll have to recount the other "almost" another day. It is the foremost day that I thought... "I'm gonna die"
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