John Soliday johnsoliday at msn.com
Sun Mar 20 08:08:26 PDT 2011

Glad you're getting the 'ole girl back on the road!  For the fairing
scratches I have had good luck using a two step process.  You start with
turtle wax brand rubbing compound and take the rough stuff out.  Then you
clean it up with Turtle Wax polishing compound, finish off with plan old car
wax.  You'll be amazed how many scratches will come out completely or look a
heck of a lot better with this technique imho.

I can relate to the cold while hunting.  This year I got really, really
tired of sitting in the woods Elk hunting.  Only thing I saw that I could
have shot were squirrels ;-)

Glad you're healing up too.


-----Original Message-----
From: gpzlist-bounces at micapeak.com [mailto:gpzlist-bounces at micapeak.com] On
Behalf Of Marilyn Mason
Sent: Sunday, March 20, 2011 8:54 AM
To: John Soliday
Subject: Yaawn..

My bike is still sitting in the garage where the "Good Samaritin" dropped it

off after my accident.  All I've done is remove the battery and access the 
damage. My Xmas presents were  Ebay parts to replace the damaged ones.  I'll

replace those once the weather warms up enough that my fingers don't weld 
themselves to the cold metal.
My wind shield and upper fairing have rub marks on them from the tree 
branches.  Any one have a good product for buffing these out?  I'll get the 
fairing and top box repainted when a friend Cliff is ready to paint the 71 
Super Bee he is restoring.
I'm back from a month in Tucson Arizona.  Friday afternoon my son in law 
talked me into going coyote hunting.  The month in the south didn't do much 
for my stamina in the cold.  After 2.5 hours of sitting in a blind at near 
freezing temperatures with a cold wind blowing off Georian Bay I was froze 
stiffer than a teenager's dick and I had another 1.5 hours until sunset.  I 
almost shot a wild turkey that passed by just so I could open it up and 
shove my hands inside it to warm them up.

Jim who is finding it takes longer to heal the older you get 

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