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post #10 of (permalink) Old 08-13-2010, 07:44 AM
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Originally Posted by KIMMERLING View Post
Yes that makes sense but planning would require using a brain cell...and some of us don't want to think that hard
Yep, thats me, I think I only have one, so I guess I carry way too much for KM's point of view...lol...
I only have to think about what extra stuff I need in the bags if I am goin on a couple to several day trip, everyday stuff is already there...
Which makes me think (can I ??), I need to renew my CO2 Cyls., as they are about 6-7 yr. old and probably not too good...
PS-Since I like ridin the mountain twisties I also carry a pretty good set of maps, and also a roll of strikin pads...
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