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Old 07-01-2019, 07:40 PM   #11
Sir Francis
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Default Re: Jamieson to Yarram

When Mr Fish swapped onto my 1150GSA for the bitumen run along the Grand Ridge Road I'm pretty sure he found the electronics confronting....after a 5 minute session of him setting the 1200GSA up for me, all I could offer was "turn key to the right. press start".

We waved good-bye to Doug above Warragul and made for a lunch date in Gembrook.

Mr Fish and I decided to run into the evening for the valley so as to avoid the 40 plus temps predicted for Friday.

Gemrbook to Warbuton to Narbethong to Alexandra.

A dirt cut through to Bonnie Doon and a fast run back to the valley.

Trip distance: 1,013km for me.
Follow me, I know the way.....

3 (652/142/70/147/10/193/105/63/211/305/471/635/204/288/123/435/405/324
/345/8/368/374/889/362/816/952/771/196/357/832/438) days and counting...
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Old 08-01-2019, 03:29 PM   #12
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Default Re: Jamieson to Yarram

Originally Posted by Sir Francis View Post
Stop when lost. Take photos of your bike.

Swear at Mr Fish's GPS. Stop at first opening. U-turn.

We made bitumen at Boolara then raced to the Mirboo North bakery to see if the best items were still kept on the bottom shelf.

Sounds like a great weekend!

Fish's BM must be that new 1250GS BOTOX-Adventure
....that thing loks like someone shoved an airline up the bum and forgot to turn off the compressor for a week
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