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About Huskydog14

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    Obviously riding my bike,fishing ,guns. I am going to make it a priority to visit as many of the National Parks as I can before I depart this place.

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  1. It is one of the best around here usually ,and we have several good ones between Ohio,Kentucky and Indiana. It normally is around 100 miles with a mix of road and trail.
  2. When I first saw it I thought of R2D2
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    Perry 11/10 Saturday

    I live about an hour south of there and it rained a steady drizzle Saturday night and all day on Sunday.
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    Perry 11/10 Saturday

    Due to the rain,Sunday they closed all of the private trails and only the road sections and club trails were open so we passed on the 500 this year.
  5. I was going to ride the 500 on Sunday but my 2 friends that were going to ride with me backed out on Saturday. Probably a good decision since it did rain all day. Who did you ride with from Cincy?
  6. Looks like it could be just black tape that someone did themselves ,it goes right over the stitches.
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    Perry 11/10 Saturday

    I'll see if I can post some later ,ever since I told photobucket to pound salt ,i haven't been too successful at posting pics not to mention the fact that I lost so many that I didn't have back up for.
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    Mixed thoughts on this. Growing up in Buffalo NY in the 60's Lake Erie was pretty foul. Environmental regulations have recovered the lake and it's now a sportsman fishery. If we want healthy lands and waters it appears there is a cost to do it. Shipping it off to another country because they don't care is a short term solution with the same long term consequences. Curious to know if the regs were adhered to if the cost would have been greater than the new transportation cost. Couldn't say about the additional costs, however they were within the US standards up until they were changed by the previous administration another glass manufacturer down in Portland upgraded to the new filters that were required and was shut down for 6 month's during the reboot process,they also raised their prices,this effected many glass companies all across the US, I know of one glass block Co in Pittsburgh that also went away,as well a another one in Portland Ore.
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    The factories moved more due to EPA regulations than anything there are always other factors involved as well but things are changing and Trump renegotiating NAFTA is keeping some manufacturing here as well as he did away with a lot of the regulatory stuff that would be detrimental to the factories. In my world of glass the largest manufacturer of Stained glass in the world was in the Seattle Wa area they shut down just over 2 years ago due to EPA ,another glass tile company that depended on there glass bought them and moved the whole plant to Mexico,and now the glass will cost more due to transportation costs, but they don't have the problem of pollution to deal with down in Mexico.
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    Perry 11/10 Saturday

    When is this ? I have a 1978 250 husky that would be perfect for this event.
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    Perry 11/10 Saturday

    I'll be there on Sunday with a couple of other guys ,my buddy called them and asked about the amount of road vs trails and it's about 50/50 according to him. 80 to 85 mile total and on Sunday they route you back to start for lunch so you can refuel,Saturday they will have a fuel truck take your fuel to the lunch location.
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    Wayne forest

    You can usually pick up maps at just about any store around there,for free. You will need to buy stickers for your helmets but they allow you street access even if you are not plated,at least in the towns that encompass HM. The two mentioned above have the most single track and most difficult single track of the entire system,and they now have a connector trail.
  13. The races that they held in France were nothing but slick grass tracks they just had them in different places each day.that certainly wasn't hard enduro stuff at all. More like hare scrambles.
  14. Maybe next spring we can get a ride together down in Colorado near the border of NM weather should be good in the springtime down there. Mary and Kurt could probably hook us up on some nice trails I'm sure Kurt knows his way around down in that area. It could take the place of the regular Moab ride.
  15. Sorry to hear about your nephews wife they re in our prayers.