I know a little more now but it is proving not to be enough!
You know my thoughts on this. But it's a cool looking bike anyway. Nice color.
Oooh! I don't usually use this word, but I have to say: "Ssssshweeeet." I think I need one of these. It's just the thing to partner the 10 for commuting duties....just the thing to pop down to the shops and ride to work...on the back wheel.Broer, every day I say that I'll write to you and every day....I f*cking don't.
Hey Ridwan, hope you're doing well.This comment is not related to the post, but I didn't know where else to post it.Have you seen this story ?http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7206411.stmI was saddened to read it. I can't imagine what it'd feel like to be the last speaker of a language... Anyway, take care.Ed
Erica I know how you feel about motorcycles. You need to ride and you will change your mind, I think :)Ridwan
Tony it is good to hear from you broer. What is going on boet?Ek hoop alles is lekker met jou en die familie.Ek is hier in die Y and jong dit is vokken warm swalla.Laat my weet hoe dit gaan.Wanneer kom kuier jy jong? Groete and die vrou.Peace,Ridwan
Hello Ed!Good to hear from you man. I trust all is well with you and yours.I am well thanks for asking, just boiling in Kimberley by the hole :)Thanks for the heads-up on the story. I am saddened too man.For those who are interested the opening paragraph reads:"A woman believed to be the last native speaker of the Eyak language in the north-western US state of Alaska has died at the age of 89."The link again: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7206411.stmGeez Ed, this is indeed heart breaking.Be well Ed and let me know how you are doing when you can.Peace,Ridwan
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