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Kev

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Carl seems very content...


 

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While I take another moment to enjoy my SE/R...

 

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And then keep heading down the valley to the camp site:

 

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Where I spot this:

BMW Motorrad Service! :)
 

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Farther into the valley is a lake:
 

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Where we enjoy the solitude and quiete:
 

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Before heading back into Bardo for a last lunch:
 

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Some chats and a few beers:
« Last Edit: July 10, 2007, 01:42:23 am by Kev »
 

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And some serious bench racing!

 

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Friends leave to head home:



« Last Edit: July 10, 2007, 01:49:36 am by Kev »
 

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Carl, Dirk and I enjoy a few more beers, and head home the next day:
 

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Untill next time...
Cheers,
Kev.

 

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Stunning scenery and ride Kev!  :thumbsup: Looks like it was still bliksems cold up there?
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Absolute stunning pics Kev....Thanks for giving this armchair traveler a look at your back yard.

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Really awsome ride report and great pics    :thumright: :thumright:
 

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No wonder I've seen no KTM's - they were all in Italy

Nice pic's - especially the ones at that lake

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Very nice post Kev ;D

Some awesome pictures there, thanks for sharing.
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Great report Kev! I enjoy reading reports from your part of the world  ;D
 

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Wow, thanks Kev. What a amaizing place to ride!