And the Trans-Canada highway was a little more "rustic" back then. :-)
Bought my first Bugeye in 1968. Mine was reliable, I lived in SoCal so winter
was a joke, and I loved it as my daily driver. I still have it today!
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> On Jul 3, 2014, at 7:24 PM, HealeyRick <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I bought my first Bugeye in 1967 and sold it in 1968, because, as much as I
> loved it, it was unreliable, cold in the winter, and just sucked as a daily
> driver. I sold it to two guys that had just come back from a trip from
> Massachusetts to Alaska on the Trans-Canada highway on a Norton Commando
> and a Royal Enfield. The Bugeye looked like a Rolls Royce to them,
>> On Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 6:12 PM, Peter Caldwell <email@example.com>
>> John floated through here Tuesday night enroute to Alaska with 2
>> KL(R?)650s on an undersized bike trailer with 8 inch wheels!
>> Pray for him and his cousin as the make their way to Calgary to drop off
>> the trailer and continue on 2 wheels.
>> If anyone's in Calgary, buy him a new trailer for his return trip.
>> They were planning on being at Mt. Rushmore for the 4th. (Personally I
>> prefer my dead presidents on paper in my wallet)
>> I'm sure he'll post something somewhere.
>> Wish them well.
>> Peter C
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