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Mean rescue cat update, worked out great

Some of you may have remembered my post about my wife adding rescue cat to our household.
Remington could not be adopted by family with kids, he liked to bite and was mean My wife felt sorry for him, took him home to see if he fit in with our other new cats.
Well Remington has become a member of the family. Our two twin girl Himalayan's few months older consider Remington a brother Pictures speak for themself.
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cute cats..

is that all you do now is be with pets and harass corvette owners? Did you ever replace the BMW?




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cute cats..

is that all you do now is be with pets and harass corvette owners? Did you ever replace the BMW?
Still have BMW F650GS to ride. But for replacement bike to my 1200RS been hard choice. Been thinking real hard going your route with custom chopper. But also love BMW line Since getting older leaning towards custom chopper.
Been real busy working on homes, which has cut into my MC riding
2008 should have new bike
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You're so close to Washington... go check out big bear choppers.

Or of coarse you can do a big dog.

Get a used one even... can save about $10,000 in today's economy.




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You're so close to Washington... go check out big bear choppers.

Or of coarse you can do a big dog.

Get a used one even... can save about $10,000 in today's economy.
Over the years at car, motorcycle shows in Bay Area. Arlen Ness bikes have made me say wow.
Odds are my next bike will be custom Arlen Ness, this bike will keep for ever
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Some of you may have remembered my post about my wife adding rescue cat to our household.
Remington could not be adopted by family with kids, he liked to bite and was mean My wife felt sorry for him, took him home to see if he fit in with our other new cats.
Well Remington has become a member of the family. Our two twin girl Himalayan's few months older consider Remington a brother Pictures speak for themself.
Cute Kitties!!!
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I always love to hear when a 'difficult' cat finds a great home. Congrats on the addition.
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I always love to hear when a 'difficult' cat finds a great home. Congrats on the addition.
Very cute!
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Over the years at car, motorcycle shows in Bay Area. Arlen Ness bikes have made me say wow.
Odds are my next bike will be custom Arlen Ness, this bike will keep for ever
Too much a catalog assembled bike.

If you want something timeless and keep forever... build your own.




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Too much a catalog assembled bike.

If you want something timeless and keep forever... build your own.
West Coast Choppers...

Hell, I just wanna hang out with Jesse James...
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West Coast Choppers...

Hell, I just wanna hang out with Jesse James...
yea hes a lil extreme but still cool as hell.
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Yeah, Jesse sure seems like a cool dude. But then again so was the best... Johnny Chop! RIP!!




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Too much a catalog assembled bike.

If you want something timeless and keep forever... build your own.
Been also thinking of building one myself In no rush , have to see what happens.
Guy down street from me bought West Coast chopper bike, cool bike but he said he paid $75K
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Check out Big Bear.... and/or Redneck. They got some nice kits. Would be an easier way for your first build.




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