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This is how I wish everyone was. He and I know each other as much as the internet will let us, and he graciously opened his door to me and DrtyGrl. He went out of his way to help us find a hotel that will fit our Honeymoon needs/wants, he is gonna throw some food on the BBQ for us, and he is gathering a list of the local site in Oregon for us. Not to mention he has offered some of his rides for us to use. I can't express how much that means. There are a lot of you guys out there that I would love to ride with. When the time comes, I will get the chance to ride with all of you. I love traveling, it let's me exp. all that this world has to offer in the way of ATVing. I really like to see other peoples favorite places.

Anyways, thank you Raptor8. You are helping to make this a once in a lifetime trip.

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This is how I wish everyone was. He and I know each other as much as the internet will let us, and he graciously opened his door to me and DrtyGrl. He went out of his way to help us find a hotel that will fit our Honeymoon needs/wants, he is gonna throw some food on the BBQ for us, and he is gathering a list of the local site in Oregon for us. Not to mention he has offered some of his rides for us to use. I can't express how much that means. There are a lot of you guys out there that I would love to ride with. When the time comes, I will get the chance to ride with all of you. I love traveling, it let's me exp. all that this world has to offer in the way of ATVing. I really like to see other peoples favorite places.

Anyways, thank you Raptor8. You are helping to make this a once in a lifetime trip.

i wish i could be there

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