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    The scenery and the bike look great.
    WArmer in nj yesterday but its also walnut dodging time.You can come around a corner and hit what looks like a bushel dumped in the road or worse they fall on you as you drive under.
    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by painterdale View Post
    You aren't with Photobucket are you?
    Dale, I know you're not supposed to negotiate with hostage takers, but Photobucket came out with some revised plans (after the huge ransoms they were demanding!) so I stuck with them for $30 per year. Easier than the alternative I guess!
    Pisten Bulley is Harry Roberts in Vermont.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skirted View Post
    I was just thinking over the weekend wife and I need to go up for a fall ride with Harry.
    Jason, do it! My good friend with a '41 Chief up and moved... and sold his Chief! My main riding companion now is a friend riding an FJR Yamaha... he politely insists that I lead!

    See what I have to put up with? (... actually a really nice motorcycle, but he's not nearly as tired as me after 200 to 300 miles!):

    Last edited by pisten-bully; 09-30-2019 at 10:53 AM.
    Pisten Bulley is Harry Roberts in Vermont.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfburke3 View Post
    looks like a bushel dumped in the road or worse they fall on you as you drive under.
    Whoa, cornering on walnuts, not for the faint of heart! Plunking off the helmet, either!
    Pisten Bulley is Harry Roberts in Vermont.

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    Thanks for the covered bridge picture!! You are Lucky guys to have riding like that! Can't talk the guy with the Yamaha into an "antique"? 8^)
    Jim

    AMCA #6520

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    Quote Originally Posted by pisten-bully View Post
    Dale, I know you're not supposed to negotiate with hostage takers, but Photobucket came out with some revised plans (after the huge ransoms they were demanding!) so I stuck with them for $30 per year. Easier than the alternative I guess!
    I did the same thing, Harry, but when I went to post up the Jefferson pictures I got a notice when I logged on to Photobucket. I have apparently exceeded my "current tier limit" and they want more money. My "tier limit" allows for "up to 2500 images or a maximum total of 25GB and includes a maximum 25 MB per month of image hosting bandwidth". I have 170 pictures on there and I only post here. That is why I just inserted the images in my Jefferson post instead of having them hosted. I was just wondering if you got the same ransom notice from them. If I continue, without deleting some images, they will watermark and blur my images.
    Beautiful area of the country you live in! I have to agree with Jason when he says don't be in a hurry to restore. Your bike looks great!

    Dale

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    Can't talk the guy with the Yamaha into an "antique"?)
    Jim, we started riding together because he’s local and rode a mid-60’s BMW. Last fall we went out and the Beemer had a final drive grinding and failure ...and he’s been “waiting for parts”... my guess is the comfort of his new bike is causing him to not be in a hurry

    Hoping to see other fall riding pictures ....Vermont is nice, but so is everywhere else in the fall!
    Pisten Bulley is Harry Roberts in Vermont.

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    Thank you, Harry. (Your in-box is full)

    Dale

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    Beautiful!!!!!!!!!

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    The Allegheny Mountain Chapter had 2 fall rides back to back the past two weekends. Blessed with great weather this fall to get not 1 but 2 rides in. It was chilly both weekends for some of us departing in morning (30s) but warming up quickly into the 50/60s. Just a few shots here. Both rides were well attended with 17 bikes on one and 21 bikes on the other. Still a decent amount of green leaves in some places so they should still be nice this coming weekend as well. We've had some nice fall rides but these two ranked up there pretty high. On the first ride I had to limp home on 1 cylinder after breaking an exhaust valve but with IndianRiderDave Leukhardt's help was able to get it repaired in time for the following week.









    Last edited by Skirted; 10-22-2019 at 01:33 PM.
    Jason Z
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    Near Pittsburgh PA (Farm Country)
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