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Uwe

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Great story Jade!

It was my pleasure meeting you the night they had the private party at Porn Ping. Why wasn't I in your story, not rememberable? Only joking.

To let all be known, Jade was adored by all the SE Asian men & even me.

E-mail me when you have time.

Take care & you have a Happy New Years!!

Uwe (German)
 

Jade

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Thanks so much Sir BriTin, greatly appreciated. Who knows, you may have seen me going different directions. Stan had Phantom & I thought that was the cutest bike. Too bad they don’t sell them in the States. Me riding in Thailand, I always stick with the knobby tires & still scared in dirt.

I live in Kentucky by Cincinnati, OH; maybe you, your wife & I can meet up some time in the future. Something I forgot to add in my writings, when the Thais asked what Country I’m from I said America. The ones that could speak English a little better asked where in America. I said “Kentucky”, & ALL replied, “KFC, where the Colonel lives.” It was so funny. I guess the Thais think I’m from Chicken Land.

Please do a write up about your ride with your wife. I can’t say I read every posting, but I don’t think no one has written one yet. To me, adding details besides the roads/routes you took makes into a non-fiction story.

Take care, ~Jade P.S. "HARLEY RULES!"
 

Jade

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Uwe,

Silly you, I do remember you & your buddy named Uwe also. I didn't forget you both. I didn't realize you were adoring me, but thanks for the comment.

I'll e-mail you when I return from Singapore. Send me your address & I'll send you a postcard with a kiss attached.

Happy New Years to both of you. It's going to be a "jubilant" Chinese New Years for me. [:)]
 

Scott

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Hi Jade,

We didn't get to meet one another while you were in Thailand. Just to let you know I thoroughly enjoyed reading your intriguing story.

I wish us males could have as much fun as you did during your time riding around in Thailand. Disregard Suzukisandi remarks. From what she wrote, she seems like a total airhead to me.

Next time around if you return to Thailand e-mail me. Have a great New Year. Scott
 

MyBoyz

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It has taken me a long time to compose my thoughts and even respond to such a story. It is not only emabarrassing to call yourself a women from the USA you are an embarrassment to all. Women are not jealous of someone like you who will take anyones husband to other countries as well as your bed. In America a women like you is called WHITE TRASH. So to those that read this,this is not what an American women is like. Sounds like when your friend left you just found a new man to pay your way....lay under the stars, who are you kidding.Men beware this women is EVIL
 

StanGayuski

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OMG! Who could think of such trash! MyBoyz sounds like she's in a realous Jage :)
And as a further comment I want to say that this message board is not the place for venting hysteria or emotional problems - We are Bikers and form a comaradrie regardless of gender (or lack thereof) So if you have some personal beef with someone email them privately and let this message board live a friendly life.

-When You Come to a Fork in the Road, Take It.
 

WingIt

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friend of 1 girl on 2 wheels,

I met my friend a couple of years ago at Daytona bike week. It wasn't difficult to pick her out of a crowd of 800,000. Since then we've become lifelong friends. When my friend first asked if I'd join her on a trip to Thailand I thought to myself, "Can I bring my flying pigs?" She’s got to be insane. Fortunately I had 8 months to come up with a scheme to get me to Thailand.

I've been a dirt biker all my life, yet from the onset I felt unworthy of her companionship. My friend spent countless hours preparing for this journey. Printing maps, seeking destinations, hotels, restaurants. Plotting places to see, roads to explore. A list of gear, clothing, tools, supplies, first-aid kit. Documentation I would need to travel abroad. My friend arranged bike rentals. Me? I didn’t even pack a lunch!

The night before leaving we pack our bags. I looked at my friend and said "I'm going to Thailand". The flight from Chicago to Tokyo took 13hrs. Having my friend by my side made it seem more like 12 1/2hrs. My friend slept a lot. I think she had some assistance. while she slept, a gentleman asked me how long we'd been flying? I told him I thought we've been flying since tomorrow. Lost a day somewhere.

Bankok... I'm only relieved that I'm alive to tell about it. I thought for sure my friend and I would die together in a Tuk Tuk. I was AWWW struck. I've never seen such caos on a city street. The grand Palace was remarkable. A little flamboyant perhaps. Nothing a coat of sears weatherbeater couldn't fix. Seriously, it was a thrill to share it with my friend. That evening, my friend decided to show me the softer side of Bankok. Being a "dweeb" in love, I decided not to indulge in the pleasures of the flesh. A decision I'm sure to kick myself in the ass for later.

Off to Chiang Mai, and Joe & tom's bike shop. Two great guys that were a big help. Thanks, I'm certain I'll see both of you soon. Again my friend took care of everything. I sat back and watched her planning unfold.

The first day of riding, I have no idea where we were. I recall an abundance of trees, a beautiful dirt trail and being with my friend. Next day, haven't got a clue but I do remember large boulders, a breath taking waterfalls, and being with my friend.

Third day, NOPE... I'm certain we were still in Thailand. Oh yes 100's of turns. I sped ahead of my friend. I reached out to pick a yellow daisy at about 60k. Fortunately I was far enough ahead to be able to pull over and remove the thorns from my palm. The bleeding stopped relatively quick. Oh yes, and she feed me boar balls that day. what are friend for?

That night we stayed in a cottage along a river. Couldn't tell ya how to get there. "Alice in wonderland"? I prefer "Alex in wonderland". anyway my friend relaxed on bench outside the cottage and she put me to work rubbing her neck! For an entire hour.

Next night we stayed at Little Eden. Don't ask, couldn't tell ya. That evening I had to make the most difficult decesion of my life. I would return to the states to handle problems I should have left behind. How would I tell my friend? When she's all that really matters.

That evening my friend sat on a bench overlooking a river. That night she showed me a million stars and a better way to live. The following morning I returned to Chiang Mai. It was an empty feeling watching my friend head north and I south. I visited the travel agent to change my flight. 3 days was as soon as I could fly. David took me under his wing and got me out riding. Helped to get my mind right. David became a good friend in a short time. His brilliant idea to flip a coin to determine if I stay or leave almost worked. Should of went two out of three. Thanks again for your ear David, we'll ride again.

I will certainly return to Thailand, next time I'll bring a map, a flask of Jack Daniels and my friend.

Thanks for a ride of a lifetime... Bruce

When in doubt, gas it.
 

MyBoyz

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TO ALL THAT READ THIS BULL_ _ _ _ ....THIS IS WRIITEN BY JADE. PRETENDING THAT WING-IT IS BRUCE? HER FANTASY, SHE TRIED REALLY HARD TO RUIN OUR MARRIAGE. THE CLOUDS HAVE CLEARED AND THIS REALLY PROVES SHE IS NOT ALL THERE.
TO JADE THIS IS LIKE IDENTITY THEFT DO NOT, I REPEAT DO NOT WRITE AS YOU ARE ME. COMING HOME TO THE STATES WAS THE BEST DECISION. AND WE WILL RETURN TO THAILAND SOMEDAY WITH A CLEAR HEART AND TOGETHER AS WE WILL ALWAYS BE.YOU NEVER HAD MY HEART{BRUCE}
BRUCE AND SANDY
 

MyBoyz

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Oct 25, 2004
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TO ALL.....
I AM SORRY FOR USING THIS BOARD FOR PERSONAL REASONS...MY INTENTONS WERE TO LET YOU KNOW A LITTLE OF THE INSIDE STORY IN HOPES TO PROTECT ALL MEN AND THEIR SIGNIFICANT OTHERS ABOUT SUCH PREDETORS..
MY HUSBAND WILL RETURN TO THAILAND.
WING IT IS MY HUSBAND
JADE SET HIM UP POSTED A PROFILE THAT SHE CREATED. HE IS MARRIED 25 YEARS WITH THREE SONS. ALL BE SAFE
ADVENTURE BE MANY AND ALWAYS BE FAITHFUL
 

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Ladies & Gentlemen
I think we've exhausted ourselves on this topic & as we seem to be deviating away from the motorcycling aspect it must be time to close the topic & stop wasting each others time.
The GT Rider board is about motorcycling and our touring experiences in & around the Golden Triangle.
We don't need personal attacks &/ or character assassinations on this board.

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