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Posted 05 December 2012 - 10:23 PM
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Posted 07 June 2013 - 07:36 AM
my country has got a numerous places to visit but still i have not yet made such a long journey from my house . it may be because my parents are busy in their job and are not able to give time to their children . i really wish to visit those places which is rich in natural beauty . Mustang is the place that i have kept in top most list where i want to visit.
Posted 19 July 2014 - 03:04 AM
Wow thats hard for me living on my own i went from top of IL to bottom panna i think a 8 hour drive each way
as a kid every summer from IL to Texas to see my cousins
then there was IL to Iowa to see my uncle as a young kid he would take me on his truck routes
in my 20s mom got hurt in a bridge the bridge was covered with dead bugs attracted to the lights
there group 4 of the 6 bikes went down mom hurt her hip dad broke the clutch had to use vise gripes to shift and get home
mom wouldn’t ride after that so me and dad would just pack cloths and rain gear and go
days weeks I saw field of dreams I saw house on a rock caves
my life is filled with wonderful trips and places I took a bust long time age to Texas
my parents my si every ones down there now
so I took a bus back then it was nice crap the places the views the chance to short times of seeing placed before you had to jump back one
if I could get a spyder st or Honda gold wing 3 wheel im disabled
now days with how many bikes get hit I prefer spyders front is huge there more like a car harder to hit or miss my mom made my dad stop after they hit his bike when going to work
Poor man almost had a funeral for his bike him and my cousins dad loved biking til wife’s made them stop I gets in the blood like a infection it never leaves the urge the want is always there
open road crying for you
I would just roam everywhere anywhere I love motorcycles the smells how
Your cloths smell when you get off man no windows air and unrestricted views
Im a bicker but not harly or sport I love comfortable touring bikes my dads was Honda gold wing
Sorry subject just bring so many good fun memories out me and the wife went to sate parks 3 or so not really far but so beautiful
but i never left US i dont want to to amny bugs problems sickness etc we have it hear but not as bad i wil stay with traveling the us
Thanks yall have a great one enjoy every sec every tiny thing in life its to short not to
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Posted 07 August 2015 - 11:51 PM
The furtherst from home I have travelled (home being France) is Japan - went there twice, one 2 years ago and another time, this time to the ryukyu islands, 1 year ago. Loved both times, although I prefer mainland Japan. The thing with Japan is that additionally to being far from home, you really feel this distance, because everything is just so different from western culture. I loved it, but it also tends to make you homesick if you don't have anyone there with you who you can communicate with, language being a huge issue. I wanna live there so bad for a couple years - best experience in my life.
Also, I went to Estonia last spring and loved it. Talinn is a beautiful city, and not too expensive. But the nicest thing was the drive through he forests and countryside. Would have liked to explore it more, we were only there for 2 days.
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