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Thanks for the compliment. I use my iPhone XS and sometimes just fiddle with the edit function before posting. Generally crop and straighten the pix too.

I used to carry a nice Panasonic Lumix camera but cellphone cameras have become really good. Also very convenient considering most pix are posted somewhere or viewed digitally. Plus auto upload to iCloud means they are safe and available on my desktop computer back home.
 

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Here's a few of my beloved, red white and blue. This is from a random ride up to Tobermorey Ontario 👍
 

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Went out on an 8 bike group ride yesterday. We did about 50 miles on dirt with 5,000ft of climbing. I had the only AT in the group this time. Last time we got together, we had 4 Twins and 3 Beamers. I suggested a dirt road to the group leader and it pretty much scared him to death. It was a steep climb with switchbacks. The road scared him enough to where he was going too slow and held up the group. Next time, I'm gonna take the lead and fly up the hill!

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Some fotos from our trip into the Australian outback. I dropped the bike a couple of times in deep sandy patches on the road, but for the rest the bike was awesome. To be fair dropping it is all me needing to learn and get better.

I did the trip with some mates on beemers, a ducati, KTM and Triumph and I must say the Honda looked the best and performed without a glitch. Although on the sandy roads the lighter KTM 790 worked a treat as well.

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Some fotos from our trip into the Australian outback. I dropped the bike a couple of times in deep sandy patches on the road, but for the rest the bike was awesome. To be fair dropping it is all me needing to learn and get better.

I did the trip with some mates on beemers, a ducati, KTM and Triumph and I must say the Honda looked the best and performed without a glitch. Although on the sandy roads the lighter KTM 790 worked a treat as well.

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awww, I see in the second pic, your baby was tired from the trip and took a nap,
 

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Napping appears like a badge or rite-of-passage for an off-roader. I wonder what 20 naps mean?
Lol you're going too fast, or too slow, or the wrong way 🤣😂
 

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For the little extra space, I ended up putting MOLLE points on the sides of my boxes. Works pretty good, allows me to easily change what I need to carry, since there are a ton of different size and types of pouches for that system..My top box has attachment points on three sides. Tho it does look like you got everything pretty much covered...
 
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For the little extra space, I ended up putting MOLLE points on the sides of my boxes. Works pretty good, allows me to easily change what I need to carry, since there are a ton of different size and types of pouches for that system..My top box has attachment points on three sides. Tho it does look like you got everything pretty much covered...
What’s that on your seat?
 

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