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Alright ladies and gents....and Cheapbastard...hehe...i have a proposition for all ya ll in the good ole States...

Who here on these Triumph forums would welcome a fellow traveling Triumph owner into their place without meeting them?

You might ask why.... good question...well it has been a plan in the working of mine and the the girlfriend to do a ride across the country next summer. She is graduating from UCLA and wants to do a road trip for a couple months come late spring/summer.... We have places in Washington, Arizona, Texas, Minnesota, Tennessee, and other places that we have friends or relatives.

I have been on this site for a good time and i think it would be a blast to meet some of you faukers...haha... We plan on renting out our place and just making the best of it till we get tired or run out of road...We want to cover lots of the country and see most of the usual tourist hot spots...We want to keep it light/ minimal baggage and document the journey(via blog and photos) along the way.

As of right now....there isn't a definite route, that will take shape in a few months. I just know that it would be nice getting valuable info from the locals like yourselves. Who knows we might meet some new friends along the way....

Let us know what ya ll think...Thanks Dano...
 

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Im in H-town...depending on the circumstances of the day, I would be happy to share a beer with and provide a resting place for a fellow triumph owner/traveler. Just drop me a line.

Ben
 

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why thank u kind sir....ill let ya know when the time comes....thanks again..
by the way i grew up in east texas myself....up near Longview..
 

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Not a problem if I know the person either via this forum, and others. For some events, it is even offered up in our one group (even overseas!).
 

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I am a bit off the track for most people to visit but most people are welcome at my joint. My deadbeat mates seem to turn up unannounced broke sober and hungry. Then leave the next day belly full of food and my good single malt scotch.So strangers would not be a problem as I could always feed them to the dog if they turned out to be the wrong type of people
 
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