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Old 10-28-2013, 04:49 AM
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Well I have not been fishing sadly, BUT got to spend some time with my family at the lake
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And of course my endless need to go faster than humans are really supposed to go. End my racing season badly though

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I am in one piece, just a gimp ankle, but not bad for a 75mph lowside haha
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Old 10-29-2013, 05:50 PM
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Glad you're in good shape. A 75 mph lowside could have been a lot better for you than a 45 mph highside; you did the right thing. Love the Triumph 675's. Keep going!

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Yeah definitely. I have had way worse. To many bones broken to almost count haha

The rebuild has already started, and may have picked up a new sponsor for next year, so that is going to be nice.
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Do I look like a serious fly fisherman?

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Also, I really don't care what I look like as long as my line is tight,and I have a smudge of cabin fever, wife is not happy I'm walking around like this.


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So you can avoid me when you see me.

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