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Thanks, Razorback Sidecar Rally
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Lloyd
Posted 10/7/2013 9:06 PM (#74417)
Subject: Thanks, Razorback Sidecar Rally


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Just want to give a Thank You to Elmer Sveda for hosting the Razorback rally again. We had a great time, really enjoyed seeing the different rigs, and renewing friendships with a great bunch of people. The food wasn't bad either, and the chile really had a unique taste, even enjoyed meeting the rally dog. Thanks again Elmer.
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SwampFox
Posted 10/14/2013 7:27 AM (#74481 - in reply to #74417)
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Lloyd - 10/7/2013 9:06 PM
 Just want to give a Thank You to Elmer Sveda for hosting the Razorback rally again. We had a great time...

 +1 on the thanks to Elmer and his helpers.  We too had a good time.  Jim took the official pics, but here are a few from the rally and the journey:

Jim & Phyllis' homebuilt combination on the XR100 tug is quite the rig and could be called "The Grin Machine":

 

The Hayfield Race over a course Elmer had mowed thru the lower pasture was lots of fun.  James ran the course on his solo Ural, as he had to leave his full rig at home due to a slipping clutch:

Elmer & Phyllis won the race on Elmer's Red Foxx rig, but Jim & Phyllis came in 3rd on the little red rig:

We traveled 1/2 way home with Don & Linda of East Texas, taking a side trip to inspect the bridge of the North Boat Ditch of the Terre Noire Creek near Curtis, Arkansas:

We split-up after stopping in downtown Bloomburg, Texas:

 

Great time, but is was good to be home after a two rainy nights with two dogs in the tent. 

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Frankcanuck
Posted 10/14/2013 2:57 PM (#74485 - in reply to #74417)
Subject: Re: Thanks, Razorback Sidecar Rally



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Thanks for sharing!! looks like ya had fun!
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