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Re: The 2015 Big Bend - Davis Mountains Ride the Twisties Rally (SC Texas)
« Reply #75 on: March 26, 2015, 03:21:21 pm »
I know. Was just concerned as I knew he had car trouble.

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Re: The 2015 Big Bend - Davis Mountains Ride the Twisties Rally (SC Texas)
« Reply #76 on: March 26, 2015, 06:09:09 pm »
Thanks, Ted. Yes, I made it home fine and trust you did as well. Craig, Pamela, Greg and Kate accompanied me to the Honda dealership in San Angelo to pick up my van Sunday afternoon. They were kind enough to help me load my bike on my trailer. We caravanned to Brownwood, where I had to make a stop for re-securing the tie downs.

I'm very thankful that the dealership was able to get the new starter for my van from Dallas and install in on Saturday. The service manager was kind enough to meet me at the dealership on Sunday afternoon (normally closed) so I could pick up my van. That worked out really well.

The solo ride to Alpine Thursday night during a thunderstorm had me question my sanity quite often. In the end, I'm glad I persevered and did it. It was great to ride with everyone and share stories, meals, the beautiful scenery of west Texas, etc. I look forward to the Wildflower ride in a couple of weeks.
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