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ah well.. happy birthday. i've got a july bday as well. (7/21)

well good luck on your bday, drive safe :harhar:
 

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Haven't decided if I'm going to be a :devil: or an :innocent: -

Have to work on the B-Day but taking Friday off and taking the rocket up to the delta. My friend has a 28 ft twin screw Donzi and we're going to churn up the delta and Sac River.

Should be fun!! Time to play and then get back to the house and throw the keys in the safe - party time.

Thanks for the B-day message and back to you in a week from now.

By the way, did you enjoy the Moto GP? What a sweet ride by Nicky and Colin pushed to the limit - Laguna Seca is the t_ts. I hope some of the European riders realize the motorcycle races need a change in elevation and you don't need to use 6th gear to have the old pucker factor working.

Thanks----

CA2.7TS
 

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Originally posted by CA2.7TS+Jul 13 2005, 08:31 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(CA2.7TS @ Jul 13 2005, 08:31 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'>Donzi
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mmm... donzi :wub: personally im a sailboat guy but lost of respect for well made offshore boats

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@Jul 13 2005, 08:31 PM
By the way, did you enjoy the Moto GP? [/quote]
i had fun.. i've been to other motoGP races (donnington, mugello, etc). I've been to laguna so many times it wasnt as exotic as the euro tracks so it was a bit less exciting than that. also, there were so many people there that it was a bit crowded for my tastes - even in the VIP area i had access too above the garages on the straight.

bottom line - it was a one time only thing for me i think - i'd rather spend a bit more to go to a euro track that i havent been to. fun.. totally but laguna has a ways to go to rival a european track :thumbsup:
 
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