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|Subject: Re: Me and my GRiSO Mon Dec 28, 2015 7:35 am|| |
- Davetti wrote:
This is hilarious. Yes, I bought the GRiSO from WMS, and it WAS Travis's. I know your wine shop. Been there when you first opened!
I live literally one block away from your business. I also own a pristine 2004 RC51 (Nicky Hayden version) that meets by need for speed. The GRiSO is a nice Italiano addition to my garage.
Happy New Year.
Apologies to the OP for thread drift, but, well, here we are.
No, David, not my wineshop. Darn it.
I do have a drop or two on occasion
, but Mike & Sylvia own the place. The former is in France just now on a wine-buying tour. I hate him.
Kathi and I keep meaning to try Nana's Irish Pub, too.
Anyway, we live in Cross Junction, "Just above Pott's Camp along Braddock's route," as my location data notes. 6350 up 522. Stop by sometime on two wheels or four. Your GRiSO knows the way. [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Merry Fourth Day of Christmas!
P.S. I grew up in Nicky Hayden's hometown, so I should get a complimentary ride on your RC51.
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|Subject: Re: Me and my GRiSO Sun Jan 03, 2016 8:54 am|| |
Klass, Thank you for obliging with the pictures. The lines of the Corbin look good.
Bill, ... and a thank you to for the Italian clan pictures. Moto Guzzi's and Ducati's Oh My! Love the house. As for my Nicky Hayden RC 51, are you man enough to handle her?
Two years ago I took her to the Tail of the Dragon and had a blast. Truly, the most fun you can have with your clothes on. Happy New Year!