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Hi Dualthing!
I am very glad that you are still hanging around with us even though you don't have a KLR anymore! Great writeup and pics as usual. Love the terrain you ride in.:WellDone:
Best Regards....just jeff
 

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jj,
I does look pretty warm, dry and inviting to ride doesn't it?
How were or are your Autumn colors?
We haven't yet had a snow flake in town yet. Usually get a taste of the white stuff in late September.

Dualthing,
I'll bet them Klipspringers are very comparable to the North American Pronghorn. (antelope)
They just love to cut in-front of any moving vehicle! Even if they could have more easily run the other direction!
 

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It is spring here by us, so quite warm but in general, we have nice riding weather, very often snow where we are

The klipspringers seems to be used to traffic, but it can be dangerous
 

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Most of the leaves are gone this far North. Temps are around +5c day and -5c at night. Saskatchewan(the province East of mine, Alberta) just got blasted with about 6" of snow with more forcast to fall. None here yet though it won't be long.
I dream of spring already though the nightmare winter has barely begun....
JJ
 
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