And sometimes I don't like to feel left out
were on the same wave length, these bikes have way higher comfort levels.
She looks a lot like Frosty
Frosty does the same sniffing circling thing when stalking cats or mice. And she's selectively deaf. Can't hear me calling her when there are left overs stuck in the hedge - but hears me perfectly when I say "cats", no matter how quietly. She's not supposed to chase cats but they run so beautifully she can't help herself.
I know she's half blue heeler but NFI what the other half is. Something very fast though. She can keep up with kelpies and sometimes out run them. Not as fast as a whippet though.
Welcome Steve! Seems you're not all that much out of your comfort zone with a few bike enthusiasts here - my experience with bikes is limited to riding pillion on a harley for a day (hired it as a birthday pressie for my bf), and another quick spin on my cousins old Triumph! I have to admit though, I am tempted to learn although I can't afford a bike anyway!
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I am licensed to ride any bike and have been since the seventies. Pity I only rode a step thru honda 70. I would be dangerous on the roads. A son tried to teach me to ride one of the farm bikes but I did not trust him after he failed to tell me where the brakes were. Both kids, now 25 and 29 have had bikes in their lives.
Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.
Hi and welcome.
I love the Aussie dogs, though must admit I've now swapped to whippets. Also into bikes, though don't own one at the moment. Sold it a few years ago when I married into a ready made family.
My OH has a Kwaka VN800 which is a Jap rip-off of the HD Soft Tail, but much more reliable he rides it daily to work.
I had a Yam XVS650 or V-Star it's colour was violet and was absolutely beautiful before that I had a 250 Virago.
What can I say I'm a short-ass so the cruiser style suited me best.
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