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#502297 - 08/18/13 6:22 pm EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International  
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#502298 - 08/18/13 6:29 pm Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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OK, Now that I have your attention?
I'll begin with a bit of a rant:

Opened a new PB account t'other day... Boy is it cumbersome, and unfriendly now. In a word, Photobucket SUCKS.
SO, I'm gonna just do this the hard way. Have some stuff already in a "word" doc in my PC and can resize pix on the Ipad, so I'll hop back and forth til I get things kicked off here, eventually just posting off the pad.

I hope y'all enjoy reading the forthcoming yarn, even one tiny iota
(seen THAT word used in a sentence lately?)
as much as I enjoyed living it.
Stay tuned.

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#502302 - 08/18/13 6:51 pm Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Cats are reputed to have nine lives.
I have but one.
And boy howdy!
What a life it is.


Cats may indeed have nine lives; I'm busy living nine lives worth, in but a single pass.
To live fully, if one were to inquire, is to really LIVE, to live each day, each moment, as tho it may be the last...

Of course how can one really do this, say, at work? Many work moments you really wish could actually be the last ones! Few people actually live for their work. Some love their work, as do I. But to LIVE for work? Absurd. So, we live for those "other" moments. Later in life, when we look back, these other moments are going to be the ones we see. No one is going to look back and relish that one really awesome day of work. Looking forward, you dream of the other moment. You live for that other moment. Sometimes the moments are created through careful planning- and sometimes they burst into your world like a fiery bolt.

If you've done it right, this is what you'll see at the end of your life's journey- a lifetime of "other" moments... My life seems to made of many wonderfully "other" moments; I'll have a LOT to look back at when I am done.

I'm lucky that way, I guess.

This trip had its beginnings. I must confess I've been dreaming of Northern Europe, specifically Norway, and must have said as much out loud... well, on line anyway. Our buddy Dieter heard me, I guess, and invited me to come for a visit, and a journey. I agonised about it, thinking of all the work I would most definitely miss while away. But of course, we just covered THAT, a paragraph or so earlier. I bought my ticket and secured my flight from Newark NJ to Hamburg, Germany.
Boom. Simple, yes?
MAAAAYYYBBEEE.
OR, maybe not.

NOT so simple if the designated plane seems to fail at the time to load passengers.

NOT if said passengers must shuffle hurriedly from gate to gate, damn near from one time zone, to another (or so it seems!-modern airports are SO huge!)

NOT if you FINALLY get on the plane, then sit for two hours while they do all that which probably had been done to the plane that broke.

Not so simple if then, you sit on the tarmac awaiting your "turn" at a runway, behind all those other planes already waiting...

BUT eventually, you DO take off, you DO cross the "Big Water", and you DO land in a foreign land, to find all your bags AND your friend waiting.

And so, as Dieter already reported, it came to pass that we sped excitedly thru that German speed-cam... oops.


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#502307 - 08/18/13 7:17 pm Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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As it was early in the morning, we spent the day noodling around on the bikes.
Dieter showed some of his local lanes, and I can say that the area near his home is quite lovely indeed. Here are some pix of my first ever ride in Germany:

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#502351 - 08/18/13 10:38 pm Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Next day, Dieter and Biggi appeased my desire to see a bit of their city, Hamburg.
We launched out pretty early, taking bicycles down to the waterfront, where there is an open air market, and plenty going on! I enjoyed it completely, aspects of the market are really pretty much a show, with vendors selling things off big trucks - yelling, hawking and BSing back and forth with the crowd in an entertaining way. We ventured into a large building- the former fish auction house for breakfast. Turned out, there were stages at either end of the giant, bustling room, with full-on rock bands playing alternating sets! Between the bands and awesome people watching, breakfast was a total hoot! Hamburg has a history of having a raucous all night party scene- think The Beatles 1962- this tradition is quite alive today, and many of this early morning's market customers were still obviously carrying on from Saturday night! Woo and a big rowdy HOO. Here Re some pix for your viewing pleasure.

A word about these pix here: I'm resizing each one in a photo app, and posting them with File Manager. So, each pic has its description posted below it. Not how I normally do it but HEY! laugh

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#502367 - 08/18/13 11:52 pm Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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We had a great day biking around the waterfront. They took me into the Elbtunnel, an old tunnel that crosses under the Elbe River, formerly used by dock and harbour workers of Hamburg waterfront district. This thing is COOL! It has old lifts which were used to drop cars into the tunnel for the crossing. Here are a handful,of pix of the tunnel.

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#502381 - 08/19/13 12:32 am Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Here are a few more random shots from the couple days in Hamburg before we move on to the road trip.


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#502398 - 08/19/13 1:31 am Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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All looking good so far, can't wait to see the next installment.

"Dark Star" is absolutely the coolest custom bike I've ever seen. Something about it is just "right" - 99% of the customs I see I just go "oh well, I'm glad HE'S enjoying that", but I fell in love first time I saw it at the IOM ....

You're right about Photobucket - when they "improved" it earlier this year, they made it almost unusable and VERY user-unfriendly. I need to move my pictures somewhere else. Like "the New Coke" or "Crystal Pepsi", some young Harvard Business School hotshot screwed the pooch royally on this one ....

Lannis


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But I can stop any time I want.
#502402 - 08/19/13 1:47 am Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Part II: Germany into Denmark
After taking a day to load the bikes, and pack the truck, we got up early on Tuesday and took off on a cross country jaunt towards Sweden. The countryside was absolutely fabulous, with few vehicles out on the roads- tho with speed cams about, it's not like you can really fly. This is one of the primary differences between the U.S. and Europe. The end result, however, is a generally slower pace that adds to the quality of life IMO. Our trip began with a quickie hop along the motorway- where, in Germany, it IS permissible for private vehicles to run at incredibly fast speeds, in the left lane- as long as the drivers aren't doing anything rude, that could be perceived as "aggressive".

This day of travel was to be a long one. we went thru Northern Germany into Denmark- stopping at a beach on the Baltic Sea along the way! We then crossed the second of many ferries over to Sweden, winding up finally at the house of Matt, Dieter's friend and a member of the Swedish BSA club.


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#502407 - 08/19/13 2:12 am Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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More pix of the road trip into Sweden. A long day- we covered many miles.

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#502409 - 08/19/13 2:15 am Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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I'm out of battery here folks. Sit tight. This story to be continued sometime SOON.


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#502412 - 08/19/13 2:32 am Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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HEY!
What about that cool little Zundapp hiding to the left!???

#502451 - 08/19/13 12:28 pm Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: Rickman]  
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Originally Posted By: Rickman
HEY!
What about that cool little Zundapp hiding to the left!???


HA! I was so taken with the blue Beemer, I missed the Zundapp altogether! Matt did have a small assortment of old mopeds tho, and was in process on a couple of them. Seems there is a trend now up there, with mopeds.


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Nice Tom! I've enjoyed reading the report so far...looking forward to more!


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#502459 - 08/19/13 2:01 pm Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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uploading to Flickr now... It's an entity connected to Yahoo, so maybe I'll love it... Not finding the link/sharing to be too easy, but they offer a whopping terrabyte of free storage!
Here goes a test image:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/39109234@N06/9544746933/


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#502460 - 08/19/13 2:02 pm Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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OK that sux. let's try THIS instead:

<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/39109234@N06/9544746933/" title="P1040374 by ricochetrider, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7311/9544746933_d5ca63fe88.jpg" width="375" height="500" alt="P1040374"></a>


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#502461 - 08/19/13 2:03 pm Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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I mad flickr.

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#502490 - 08/19/13 5:47 pm Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Use any photo site but forget Flickr. It's an open gate to spam and pop up hell.


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#502495 - 08/19/13 6:29 pm Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: ricochetrider]  
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Originally Posted By: ricochetrider
uploading to Flickr now... It's an entity connected to Yahoo, so maybe I'll love it... Not finding the link/sharing to be too easy, but they offer a whopping terrabyte of free storage!
Here goes a test image:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/39109234@N06/9544746933/


Your link works afor me Tom, highlight & right click on Open in new tab.
Nice pics Tom, I liked seeing familiar faces - Lorenz clan, Wim & Christine etc
I do agree however that Flickr is not easy at first but I was coherced by family into using it and that Photobucket has been screwed up.


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#502515 - 08/19/13 9:27 pm Re: EU Adventure/ 50th Annual BSA International [Re: BeezaBryan]  
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Originally Posted By: BeezaBryan
Originally Posted By: ricochetrider
uploading to Flickr now... It's an entity connected to Yahoo, so maybe I'll love it... Not finding the link/sharing to be too easy, but they offer a whopping terrabyte of free storage!
Here goes a test image:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/39109234@N06/9544746933/


Your link works afor me Tom, highlight & right click on Open in new tab.
Nice pics Tom, I liked seeing familiar faces - Lorenz clan, Wim & Christine etc
I do agree however that Flickr is not easy at first but I was coherced by family into using it and that Photobucket has been screwed up.


After reading some stuff on the FAQ pages and blog sites RE: Flickr, turn out they won't give an IMG code to post a photo directly; they want to redirect you to their site, no doubt to collect your IP address, and glean all possible info to then target you.

I know it's been said before, but to repeat- if something is "free" on the internet, then the user of the service is the product. Sorry Flickr. I'm out.


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Tom Bro Dude, chill my man, I've TOLD ya the answer, all ya gotta do is DELETE 10 photos a day from your Photobucket account, and BANG, you're good to go.. bigt Been doing it for a while now lad, and I'm on top of it now, it's not an easy way of doing stuff, but I'm NOT paying, and I can't be bothered to hook up with another Photobucket wanna be.. grin

Keep Yarn spinning lad, you da man.. bigt


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Well, dudes, I done deleted several hundred pix from my Photobucket account with no change in status, so let's slog along in Sweden, then, shall we? Indeed, let's shall.

So after hanging out at Matt's house, and walking down the lane a short ways to meet a guy, Lars, who became a good friend at the Rally, we rolled on north'ards, thru absolutely fantastic farm land! Mostly wheat fields with a mix of some dairy cattle, and the occasional horse- the scenery was just about all fields of gold with interspersed patches of green, and the occasional brilliantly red barn. The skies were of the bluest blues, with the biggest, whitest, puffiest cotton-ball clouds prancing merrily above the seemingly endless vistas. Soon enough, tho, up & over an actual hill (who knew? Sweden has hills?) we rode, coming back down to the coastal plain, where made a left, and headed for the Melbystrand- apparently a famous stretch of beach, where we drove on out, parked the truck, and hung about for a short while, soaking up the negative ions, and enjoying the salt air.

Then, it was back to the "grind"- such as it was, with all the tedious open country, endless roads, fabulous colors, and those goldarn epic skies. Not sure how we did it, but we thrust our chins stubbornly forward, and soldiered on in as stalwart a manner as we could muster. I mean, you know- under the conditions and all... grin

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We drove on, eventually arriving at Johann's. He is another member of the Swedish BSAOC, and boy he sure has some suh-WEET BSAs! He & his lovely family were very nice and hospitable, and we had a great stroll down to the water's edge, to see the boats and COWS... (WTF. over.) then had a really nice supper, and some English Ales! This hopped up Goldie, Johann apparently inherited from his dad- who used to be active in vintage racing. Dad even raced this bike at some pretty famous places, including the Isle of Man! These are super nice folks, and we had an absolutely lovely visit with them. Johann is quite the cook, and the food all came from local farms and sources.

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Next day was a biggie. We had a short drive to Gothenburg, and would then stop for an over night at Morgan & Anki's! We again noodled up the coast, sticking to small roads, taking the scenic routes.

In the next nearest larger town north from Johann's, we had to go right thru town center. There was a nice park, everyone was out, and there was some sort of vintage bike display near the pedestrian zone, just off the park! Well. We couldn't get the truck stopped quickly enough, lemme tells ya. Good thing we didn't roll it in our zeal! But we had a nice time stretching our legs, and shooting the breeze with the local "Veteran's Club" while drooling over the really nice old bikes they had out.

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