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Old 08-18-04, 11:01 AM   #1
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Hello From Delmava

undefinedHELLO FROM DELMAVA,MY WIFE AND I HAVE A BURLEY RUMBA. WE HAVE BEEN RIDING FOR THREE YEARS AND ENJOY IT. MY STOKER IS IN HER MID SIXIES AND SHE IS BLIND. A GREAT WAY TO ENJOY THE OUTDOORS.WE BIKE FIVE TO SIX TIMES A WEEK ONLY TRAVELING 15 TO 18 MILES FOR AN HOUR OR SO. WE ARE LIMITED BECAUSE MY WIFE HAS A GUIDE DOG WHO DOES NOT LIKE BEING WITHOUT HER HANDLER. RON
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Old 08-18-04, 02:30 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forums. Where is Delmava? Is that the same as saying "Delmarboro"?

I have heard many inspiring stories about "blind stokers". If I ever lose my vision, that is where I'd want to be.
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