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Cape Enrage, New-Brunswick 

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Country music legends.  Plus some random dude on a motorcycle... 

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Out practising with the new suspension setup today, went round my nemesis, the 'other side' of the loch. Very successful, but on reflection I was trying to change my riding style, head position and a few other things. So, the bike was fine, but I overdid it :)

 

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1 How old is the tower and ruins?

2  Do you ever need to look thru the tinted screen?

3. Does the beak provide protection or down force?

4  is that a large sheep or small cow?! Jeesh!

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1 minute ago, 2and3cylinders said:

1 How old is the tower and ruins?

2  Do you ever need to look thru the tinted screen?

3. Does the beak provide protection or down force?

4  is that a large sheep or small cow?! Jeesh!

1 Late 15th Century


2 No, but I can do if I absolutely had to.

3 No idea, it was on the bike when I bought it :)

4 I know, right.I only took the photo because there were a few the same in the field next to the tower, and I have never seen brown sheep with white faces before.

 

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Apparently the sheep is a Texel. One recently sold for $450,000 (I kid you not)

my nephew just told me.

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1 minute ago, 2and3cylinders said:

Was this in Scotland and do they smoke a lot of weed in Scotland? LOL

Aye, apparently farmers here really really like their sheep. I was sure it was in America as well. Oh, the ignominy.
More to the point, how did my nephew know about the price of a record breaking sheep, he needs to get a life !

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On 9/11/2020 at 4:04 AM, 2and3cylinders said:

3. Does the beak provide protection or down force?

 

On 9/11/2020 at 4:09 AM, Stew said:

3 No idea, it was on the bike when I bought it

I stuck a beak on mine aesthetic only absolutely no functional use whatsoever. I put it on to balance the look of the front end when I put the puig screen on. I felt it looked top heavy without the beak.

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@HGP61 It always makes me smile when I see you posting photos of your bike, it's like looking at mine, but cleaner.

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1 hour ago, Stew said:

it's like looking at mine, but cleaner.

I'm not going to claim all the credit, I think the previous owner had it sprayed with ACF50 and I have given the bike a couple of good going overs with the stuff a couple of times since it has been in my ownership. Any muck just seems to fall off when you get if wet.

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Fall has “fallen” in Texas. Loving this weather! New PR 4 GT’s and I went out to scrub em in today. 
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Today’s ride was 1/3 dry, 1/3 that half-wet/half-dry that I really enjoy for some weird reason, and 1/3 absolute downpour rain.  

No worries, it was a great time regardless. 

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