Riding a motorcycle to the end of the world

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Re: Riding a motorcycle to the end of the world

Postby Uncle Phil » 16 Sep 2014, 16:05

mbrST1100 wrote:
UP has just way too much time on his hands... (or needs some time-out...) ;)

Well, I still work a full time job (40 hours a week) and get only 3 weeks a year of vacation ( plus a little extra cause I work extra hours). :D
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Re: Riding a motorcycle to the end of the world

Postby mbrST1100 » 16 Sep 2014, 17:00

Uncle Phil wrote:Well, I still work a full time job (40 hours a week) and get only 3 weeks a year of vacation ( plus a little extra cause I work extra hours). :D

And a partner tolerating you doing all those trips by yourself... ;-)
(and in times like this one is fortunate to have a job...)
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