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    Re: Pan Lake Photo

    I remember that beautiful lake although it was cloudy and rainy when I rode past it -

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    Re: Pan Lake Photo

    Quote Originally Posted by Upt' North View Post
    Nice piccy Terry, envious of your trip but hopefully not long before our season starts.
    Just one thing though, there's an ugly lump of British steel behind your lovely ST.
    Before anyone jumps down my throat, only joking. Sort of.
    Enjoy the rest of your riding time.
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    Actually I'm quite partial to the Rocket; it goes like it's namesake (NASA's, not Stephenson's!), sounds epic doing so and has a sort of marine engine aesthetic that makes it stand apart for the v-twin cruiser crowd.

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    Re: Pan Lake Photo

    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Phil View Post
    I remember that beautiful lake although it was cloudy and rainy when I rode past it -

    http://www.unclephil.us/NewZealand2014Day22.htm
    Actually I was getting a bit sick of constant blue skies and hot weather. I need to work on either my riding gear (maybe get some mesh pants/jacket) or put the shorter screen back on. Only had decent rain on my last riding day on the way home, and it was a bit of a relief!


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    Re: Pan Lake Photo

    Here's one I took yesterday afternoon, at a nearby salt lake. That patch of oil is absolutely nothing to do with me!

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    Re: Pan Lake Photo

    Upt' North: I had to zoom in quite a bit, but I saw too much valve cover on the pic you posted page 1. Did you have no mid fairing installed?

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ID:	189957On the Cabot trail last summer. A pan on the ocean. Click image for larger version. 

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    Re: Pan Lake Photo

    Quote Originally Posted by Dale_I View Post
    Upt' North: I had to zoom in quite a bit, but I saw too much valve cover on the pic you posted page 1. Did you have no mid fairing installed?

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    No Dale, they were there, must have been clean for a change. Great pics by the way and you Kiltman; makes you want to get out scratch that itch, although the weatherman has other plans I think!
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    Re: Pan Lake Photo

    Quote Originally Posted by Upt' North View Post
    No Dale, they were there, must have been clean for a change. Great pics by the way and you Kiltman; makes you want to get out scratch that itch, although the weatherman has other plans I think!
    Upt'North.
    we still have frozen lakes and white stuff on the ground.... in a months time the weather will tease us, making it really tempting to go out and ride. A couple of challenges, the roads will still have a lot of sand in the corners from the winter sand/salt program. Cage drivers need to get use to bikers on the roads again. Rest assured there are many roads to explore, photos to be taken next to water.

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