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Anumanth, Taiwan11 months ago Comments: Patti, I relate to what you've wttrien, very much so! When we bought our farmhouse, built in 1750, we heard the most loud crashing and banging. Gradually, it lessened. We realized they got comfortable w/ us. The kids were little then, described who they saw (without realizing, they were only babes then). It was the most peaceful place, blessed. I think your house sounds truly interesting! I'd love to walk through and learn more about the history. Is it in an area where North and South would have collided? You'd get soldiers hiding, easily, or families afraid of being captured. OR, what about Underground Railroad families? So much to explore there! This what I heard this morning is in the new place, a farmhouse from 1900. It was heavy boots nobody wears anymore, the man was up and getting ready to go out to the horse! http://nlkvcfx.com oavmssci acwoao
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Swetlana, Poland11 months ago Comments: Im a rider. If you have a decent auomnt of experience and are thinking of stepping in to the realm of Street Bikes, I would recommend the 600. BUT! I would recommend you get a used, older one to start with. Think of it as your first car. Remember how hard you were on that car? Ya we all do. We have all laid our bikes down at some point and TRUST ME it hurts a LOT less when you lay down a bike you spent 2k on rather than picking up your 8-10k bike that you financed and seeing it all beat up. Make sense? Also, you have to realize that its a different riding style than a dirt bike. You are more tucked rather than sitting more upright. The suspension is much firmer and has much less travel to soak everything up like a dirt bike does. The reason I recommend the 600 over the 750 is its a great bike. Its light and nimble and is much less likely to get you into trouble. We all thought that we would just take it easy and not go too fast but we all learned that everyone else isnt looking out for us and they dont always realize that we are even there. Im really happy to hear that you are thinking of getting a Street Bike. But, as a rider I feel compelled to give you sound advice on what to expect. Start with a used 600 and ride it for a year. By that time you will have seen how careless the 4-wheeled drivers are and you will have gotten used to how fast even a 600 accelerates. I hope this helps
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