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  2. A placeholder for our event Sep 1-4, 2022. Same place and format as before, Brown's Owens River Campground at Benton Crossing, CA. Details to follow. Registration link here (when I set it up later). IRS wants all the payment processors like PayPal, Venmo, Zelle, etc... to record everything over $600 now and I'm sure with simple tax accounting I can establish it's a fundraiser event for a 501.c.3 charity and not taxable income but I'm tempted to just say show up and pay cash lol. Sponsors: Attendees:
  3. Let's talk more offline. I need to talk with our tech wiz and/or can have you join in. My guess is we can port it over to another server and go from there but not sure of the details. He says it's super easy and not expensive, aside from the review engine (not sure why). Thx
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  5. Will you be able to keep the XLADV.com domain? How about the database that has this forum? Are we able to just move the platform? I would be willing to host it. I just dont know if this forum is a custom build or an off the shelf that I can install.
  6. Just to be clear though, we will still have a forum in the near future and will continue with events, especially High Sierra. I will continue with The Facebook page as well as Instagram and YouTube. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Say what?!!! It's true, even though the idea of XLADV has led to so many great things (events like High Sierra, Mojave and Ken Mooty Memorial Death Valley, sponsorship, three racing events, social media success and more) the forum has never really fulfilled our goals. We were all convinced (ThumperTalk and I) that a big adventure bike forum was an unfulfilled niche that would be a logical extension of the success of other forums. And then came Facebook (and other social media outlets). I think had we started just 2-3 years earlier (when I first had the idea) that we may have acquired the kind of critical mass that would have gotten us past this stage. But even relatively successful regional forums like San Diego Adventure Riders have struggled to keep the lights on. And social media has been a huge challenge for the existing forums too (AOLrider, ThumperTalk, etc...). The recent age of covid-19 actually drove many to go out and buy a motorcycle which lead to some pretty significant double digit increases in people looking for information from forums (and social media) But when it comes to adventure bikes, I hate to say it but Facebook continues to dominate. There are multiple groups on Facebook for every single bike model (20 just for the T700). I still think Facebook sucks and use it as little as I can. Facebook has huge issues with declining growth, time spent online and nearly no one under 30 is on it, nor ever will be. There may be a critical point where people abandon Facebook en masse but that doesn't necessarily mean forums will be resurrected. I'm sure other social media channels like YouTube, TikTok, Instagram, etc... will be there to absorb them. I first heard this news right when the Christmas break started. ThumperTalk (our partner and platform provider) with their HUGE user base over 20 years of existence did have that critical mass and did benefit from the covid-19 buying spree and decided to sell to another media company and is cutting us loose. The other media company didn't see the value of our forum traffic and chose to take a pass. That may be a mistake on their part as our digital footprint is still quite large on Instagram (146k), Facebook (16k) and YouTube (1k+). But forums days may be numbered. You may love your land line telephone but the fact is not many use them anymore. Moving forward I will take a look at all our options. The sponsors we've had to date and currently have really like the SEO value of backlinks for things like product threads and reviews. The cost to continue to host the forum is minimal but apparently the review engine component costs quite a bit more than is tenable right now. Once I figure this all out I'll provide more information. I've got a lot of ideas and have spoken with a lot of people about where to go next. Some are saying given the poor quality of free mass-social media that there may be an opportunity for a smaller community behind a paywall (quality over quantity). But the psychology of social media being what it is, it seems most people would trade community for that dopamine rush of likes, follows and whoring themselves out for influencer fame. And corporate interests continue to gobble up slices of more authentic slices of average-Joe riders such as with Bonnier's ADVRally moving to the weekend we'd used for Ken Mooty Memorial Death Valley and now Revzilla's ADVFest in late April pre-empting what was our Mojave event (srsly, f them). It's all quite depressing, lol. I'd love to hear your feedback though. What has been your favorite part of the forum? Where would you like to see XLADV go next?
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  9. Eric Hall

    Key lose

    see our thread, "Key Takes Months" and contact SOS Diagnostics in Oregon
  10. This was a lot of fun! Are we doing this again in 2022?!
  11. AdamDunn

    Key lose

    Contact an auto locksmith, they can make new KTM at cheap.
  12. The little bike than could https://shrinke.me/h6JyHEA
  13. Shasta ADV Campout and group rides Location: Shasta Chappie OHV Park, Redding California Hosted by Redding Dirt Riders Date: ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­13-15 May 2022 Check in opens: 4pm Friday Cost: $85 per-entrant until 1 Feb then $105 thereafter (includes camping, GPS tracks, and 1 meal ticket) Registration opening soon Camp Details: Plan to be self-sufficient in both shelter and food Food trucks will be available both evenings Campsites along Sacramento River have fire ring and tables Rides: Self guided routes based on experience level and comfort with off-road riding. Riders will need a navigational device capable of using .GPX files that will be sent out prior to the event or can be transferred Friday evening via Garmin basecamp. routes can exceed 200 miles in length, will have waypointed gas stations, points of interest, and optional extended loops. Friday Q&A with two Baja 1000 ironman finishers Food truck s Saturday Morning Rides The Perfect Balance Starting with a leisurely put along Shasta Lake this route provides a relaxing memorable ride for all experience levels. Climbing over the hills and back down to Trinity Lake, riders will tour through the historic town of Weaverville before riding down the famous Buckhorn summit and along Whiskeytown lake. 50/50 pavement/dirt Shore to Sky Dirt roads that put an emphasis on the thrill of the ride accompanied with breath taking views, dramatic changes in elevation, and thrill of riding where few adventures have yet to discover. Shore to Sky route will take the rider from the water’s edge to the top of the highest ridges in Shasta County and back in a breath-taking experience that is sure to leave a lasting impression. Mostly dirt Randy’s Ride Adrenaline fueled tire burner of twisting pavement through the north state’s most pristine wilderness. The base route takes you past four lakes, across two dams, along the Sacramento and trinity rivers, views of Mt. Shasta Mt. Lassen and the Trinity Alps. All pavement Saturday afternoon-evening Speakers Live music Food trucks and Campfire hang out Sunday morning Break camp Optional Sunday “advanced dirt” ride Husky Rick’s Sunday Stroll Didn’t get enough Saturday? Have time for a short ride before making the long trek back to civilization? Rick Pickens one of late members memorial stands on hang glider hill above the OHV park. This dual sport trail loop pays homage to him and all the early RDR hard chargers. Advanced adventure trail ride – 890 and smaller bikes recommended instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shasta_adv/?utm_medium=copy_link
  14. Back in SoCal for five weeks and preparing for Baja next week. Got my rear rack back on and going light this time. Also getting my suspension serviced by Suspension 101 down in Alpine near San Diego. I’m going to rant here a moment, if you’ll indulge me [emoji23]. This is #advlite okay? A 9 liter tank is going to get you about two hours of “adventuring,” aka dual sport trail riding. Which BDR do you think you’ll do next with 125 mile range? Go ride up and over a few ridges, camp and come back in the morning. Nothing wrong with that but it’s not adventure riding. A rear subframe that will buckle under the weight of your gear isn’t an adventure motorcycle. You going to pack tools, tubes, camping gear, etc… on a 250 lb bike? Good luck with that. You going to ride 300+ mile days on pavement with a bike you need to change oil/filter every 15 hours? Okay, Skippy. The only “#advlite” guys I know truck their bikes out on Friday afternoon, do some dual sporting then truck them back home Sunday. This is #advlite http://cdn.xladv.com/uploads/monthly_2021_12/IMG_6702.thumb.jpg.47a99bd10ab294424fd000c610e8535a.jpg
  15. This is kind of a big deal. 55lb lighter (still 529 wet; not bad in class), 21”/18” wheel options, 30 liter tank option, shaft drive and….. 147 hp!!! Comment from the IG post basically saying this is true “big trail” rather than the former street-only line. Definitely gunning for the GS/GSA. I like the looks pulled from the current Tiger 900. I’d love to ride one soon [emoji7] From Triumph: Significantly lighter and much more powerful, with class leading handling and specification, plus all of Triumph’s new T-plane triple performance advantage, the all-new Tiger 1200 has been designed to be the world’s most capable, agile and manoeuvrable large capacity adventure motorcycle. Delivering a transformation in capability and performance on the tarmac, and the most dynamic and exciting experience off road, the new generation brings the best of all worlds with a whole new Tiger line-up, including for the first time two all-new 30 litre tank Tiger Explorer options. All-new Tiger 1200 Family Tiger 1200 GT family; tailor made for the perfect road-focused adventure ride, with 19” front and 18” rear cast aluminium wheels Tiger 1200 GT (20 litre tank) Tiger 1200 GT Pro (20 litre tank) Tiger 1200 GT Explorer (30 litre tank) Tiger 1200 Rally family; tailor made for the perfect all-terrain adventure, with 21” front and 18” rear tubeless spoked wheels Tiger 1200 Rally Pro (20 litre tank) Tiger 1200 Rally Explorer (30 litre tank) Transformation in weight, capability and specification Significantly lighter More than 25kg lighter than the previous generation Up to 17kg lighter than the closest shaft drive competition (based on a comparable specification of motorcycle) New dedicated wheel dimensions for enhanced capability tailored to the ride 21” front / 18” rear tubeless spoked set-up for off-road supremacy (Rally Pro & Rally Explorer) 19” front / 18” rear cast aluminium set-up for dynamic road riding capability (GT, GT Pro & GT Explorer) New fuel tank capacities 20 litre (GT, GT Pro & Rally Pro) 30 litre (GT Explorer & Rally Explorer) All-new light weight chassis and class-leading specification of equipment New lightweight frame with bolt-on rear aluminium subframe and pillion hangers New lighter and stronger ‘tri-link’ swingarm New category-leading Brembo Stylema[emoji2400] monobloc brakes plus optimised cornering ABS with IMU Advanced Showa semi-active suspension set-up tuned for maximum road and off-road capability Slimmer waist and a more compact overall design New rider ergonomics designed for a comfortable and stable ride Adjustable seat height, which can be lowered even further with an accessory low seat All-new T-plane triple engine advantage New 1160cc triple engine, designed to set a new benchmark for engine character More power with 150PS at 9,000rpm and more torque with 130Nm at 7,000rpm. 9PS more than the previous generation, and 14PS more than the closest shaft drive competition Unique T-plane triple crank with uneven firing order Enhanced low down tractability and responsiveness More exciting and engaging mid-range to top-end response and feel Improved acceleration More characterful and distinctive soundtrack New lightweight low maintenance shaft drive All-new comprehensive technology package All-new Triumph Blind Spot Radar System, developed in partnership with Continental (GT Explorer and Rally Explorer only) All-new Showa semi-active suspension set-up for dynamic rider control All-new 7” TFT instruments with integrated My Triumph Connectivity System Optimised Cornering Traction Control with IMU Up to six riding modes All-new keyless system, including ignition, steering lock and fuel cap All-new LED lighting with DRL, plus Adaptive Cornering Lights (not available on GT) Triumph Shift Assist (standard on all except GT) Heated grips and seats (heated seats standard on GT Explorer & Rally Explorer only) Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (standard on GT Explorer & Rally Explorer only) Hill Hold (not available on GT) New distinctive and purposeful style, poise and attitude More dominant adventure focused stance and poise with new bodywork, new twin radiator design and minimal new silencer New rider ergonomics with tailored bar and peg positions All-new bodywork Premium detailing and finish New colour schemes and graphics for each family
  16. Got some additional advice… after the vinegar treatment abs dried out, sprinkle some baking soda inside
  17. Seals fixed and we took a ride up north to the coast at San Bernardo del Viento. Nice hotel but beach not so much Next day we went to Isla Fuerte and it was much better We stopped at a town on the way back to avoid riding after dark and had a great encounter with the Colombian Army. Such great people.
  18. So my brand new boots I got summer ‘20 for my trip pretty much immediately started smelling horrible. Let’s face it, your t-shirt will stink the very next day unless you shower and change for a clean one. Imagine your stinky feet simmering inside hot, wet boots day in and day out. [emoji1785] You can of course try washing them as in with warm water and a mild soap but you never really get rid of that funk. I went old school and asked my mom and she said “try vinegar.” So I cleaned them up with warm water and a mild detergent first and then did a rinse with a vinegar solution for about 20 minutes. I tried to dry them as fast as possible outside in some indirect sunlight and the good news is that funk is gone! I also had a show shop add some leather cream and polish because the warm water will dry out the leather.
  19. 3 month review here from Bret Tkacs on what he likes/doesn't like. I agree on the oem upper bars for not being the best. Will say the Off Road mode (not Off Road Pro) does absolute magic in uphill slippery mud and saved my ass a few times in remote places. I'm not thrilled with the suspension but for my size, that's a common issue for all oem suspension. Hoping to upgrade soon to Tractive from the BeemerShop.
  20. Hmmm...I have most of Dec off this year...and a new to me 1200 GSA...very interesting.
  21. I just noticed the 9.5 has just a side stand. Maybe a center stand would be an aftermarket option like on the KTM 1090 (affordability)
  22. Some exciting new project bikes coming out soon that evoke memories of the Cagiva Elefant and Dakar Lucky Strike teams. Obviously many details still to come on specs such as weight, travel, ground clearance, fuel capacity, weight, etc... but you have to admit they look pretty badass and are in that mid-weight class that's hot right now. Comments on IG mention they look like an Africa Twin. I really like the 21/18 wheels a they both look very very flickable off road. Only concern is like with Aprilia's Tuareg, where are you going to find them/service them? EU only? We shall see. But like seeing new entrants and makes for better innovation/competition. We all win. Their official text for the release: LUCKY EXPLORER PROJECT 5.5 & 9.5 December 26th, 1978. That day marked the genesis of one of the most fascinating and dangerous adventures ever: the Paris-Dakar. Famous rally race crossing the Sahara Desert and born from the irreverent and visionary mind of Thierry Sabine. After its founder’s death in 1986 in the middle of unforgiving Ténéré region, the race has become the test bed for outstanding performance bikes, capable of travelling the desert tracks at insane speeds. The Elefant model in its Lucky Explorer livery is probably the most celebrated icon of that historic desert raid. From the very first sketches, the evocative power of the Elefant, dominating twice the final destination of Lac Rose in Dakar, has inspired many designers, committed to recreating, in a modern key, that magic feeling of motorcycles recognised as the emblem of the eternal struggle between the crudeness of nature and man. Rock, sand, gasoline and courage: a bunch of crucial elements on which those epic races were based. The “void” embraced full throttle. Looking for the right track, the one that truly makes the difference between a stage victory and an out-of-time arrival at base camp. It is not just about motorbikes. It’s about a comprehensive ecosystem, which is not only made up of evocative sensations but also deserves off-road effectiveness and skill. MORE THAN A PROJECT November 2021. MV Agusta launches the Lucky Explorer Project, a multi-faceted initiative aiming at gathering the passionate lovers of rally raid and off-road racing around Schiranna’s unforgettable legacy of epic participations and victories in the great African rallies of the golden age. That same spirit of adventure and freedom is the foundation of this ambitious teaser communication project which will be initially developed through digital communication activities followed by others in the real-life world to finally back up the launch of two new adventure bikes. The Lucky Explorer Project is not just a cold yet smart marketing project. It represents the ultimate character of the Company to express its sentiments in the motorcycle business, revamping deeply the passion, the emotions, the values, the style, the gestures of men and bikes who made the history of racing in the desert. It’s more than a project. The Lucky Explorer Project has been conceived to create a communication platform to support the launch of two brand new adventure bikes, creating anticipation and thrill, thus: • Revamping the Lucky Explorer racing heritage • Telling the story and spread the culture of the great African rallies • Building an adventure, off-road enthusiast community • Involving and engaging participants in online and offline actions Lucky Explorer Project is not just about bikes, it’s about a comprehensive world of emotions, memories, values and a way of being. A long-awaited return for all the fans of Made-in-Schiranna, but also a new beginning and a leap into the future. The project will be developed on the website www.luckyexplorerproject.com and through the Instagram channel @ luckyexplorer.official already online. Riders, personalities, clips and anecdotes, historical factory tours, vintage advertising, videos, memorabilia, new content and events will bring together a real community of enthusiasts. And Lucky Explorer ambassadors will turn up, with access to special content and exclusive previews. The new 5.5 and 9.5 adventure bikes offer a concrete yet suggestive perspective in an increasingly crowded competitive arena, focused on riding efficiency and stylistic charm, as well as on advanced technical solutions. Both projects represent the modern interpretation of the desert race’s myth, which appealed the imagination of the Motorsport world since the mid-Eighties, conquering tons of enthusiasts in the continuous search for brand-new and thrilling adventures. The 9.5 project represents the synthesis of a tireless design and development work that for many months has been aimed at creating a unique bike capable of offering breathless riding experience and user-friendly approach, without forgetting first-rate performance and charm. Compared to many of its main challengers, the 9.5 boasts an unprecedented off-road attitude, thanks to a bespoke chassis formula, starting with the wheel diameter: 21” at the front and 18” at the rear, together with 1,580 mm wheelbase. The primary goals of the project? Designing a motorcycle that is first and foremost compact, lightweight, essential and functional, with an intense off-road character. On top of this, out-of-the-ordinary versatility married to ability to move effectively and safely in whatever condition, from smooth asphalt to rocky terrain. With the aim to make this exclusive machine even more intuitive and easy to handle the saddle results adjustable in height. Originally, on the historic Elefant model, at centre-stage in the Dakar races, the Lucky Explorer logo was immediately recognisable, even from a distance, to the point of characterising the whole bike and emphasising its racing-oriented personality. Today, on both new models that logo blooms again thanks to the graphic and set-up winning choices. 5.5 The 5.5 version, developed in close collaboration with our partner QJ, is a new adventure bike inspired by the heritage of the Elefant. Despite being a mid-sized bike, its appearance is that of a higher displacement travel-oriented motorcycle, capable of seducing European riders looking for a sturdy and unstoppable companion. Such close collaboration with the partner has brought to life a truly advanced model if compared to the starting model: electronics, mechanics and chassis, in fact, have been carefully developed on the basis of detailed specifications. Electronics, for example, has been optimised to offer the perfect combination between performance and safety. The two-cylinder in-line liquid-cooled engine with double overhead camshaft distribution has also undergone specific refinement, aimed at further improving the high efficiency. The increase in displacement up to 550 cc (70.5 mm bore and 71 mm stroke), a distinctive content for this model, has the goal to further enrich the torque curve and smoothen delivery at all revs. That is what a motorcycle with such a wide spectrum of use deserves. Distinctive design of the 5.5 version can be seen both from the superstructures and from other aesthetic crucial features, such as the bespoke optical groups. Stylistic inspiration is shared with the 9.5 model and inspired by the legendary races in the desert, not to mention others features, which allows this new born to proudly claim its technical, conceptual and aesthetic identity. 9.5 The 9.5 truly introduces a gateway to the future in the shape of a premium adventure bike, faithfully based on the new MV Agusta 950 engine, powered by class-leading technology and close to that racing spirit of the original Elefant. The two new models share numerous stylistic elements: the front end area and the sturdy handguard, for example, are both painted black. A side cover protect the radiator, which reveals a semicircle element in the central portion. Furthermore, a cover protects the front braking system, with a large flap to ensure the discs the right dose of air flow; the skid plate underlines the destination of the bike, which therefore results particularly off-road oriented. Even the extended use of high-technology materials along with their finishing are nature-inspired: the forged carbon fiber element, a link between the radiator area and the skid plate, reflects this vision. The instrumentation is automotive-standards developed: that is true in terms of easy-to-understand graphics, full suite of useful information as well as connectivity. It can count on a 7” full TFT panel, with Bluetooth connection to smartphones and Wi-Fi. The electrical switch cubes have been exclusively designed for this model: inspired by functionality and ergonomics criteria they allow the user to easily navigate amongst the numerous configurations available in the menus. In addition, a practical pannier fastening system, located in the tail area, comes with a retractable system: a smart solution that does not compromise the design of the bike. The optical assembly has been subjected to an extensive study, aimed at offering a stunning stylistic result and an indisputable light output as well. In particular, the 5.5 mounts DRL in a semicircle, which are clearly inspired by the classic Elefant 900. The optical assembly of the 9.5 is instead more complex and even more original, thanks to two concentric elements that add the front end an aggressive look. The chassis of the 9.5 is made of steel, with a closed double cradle structure. Designed to offer the best balance between the comfort required for touring road use and the stiffness to achieve interesting off-road performance, it is composed of forged and extruded elements, based on the loads required at different areas. Despite the excellent torsional strength and longitudinal stiffness values, it stops the scales at a mere weight. The sturdy swingarm makes use of lightweight aluminum alloy to achieve the highest strength-to-weight ratio. Aluminum is used also for the fork plates, while the rear subframe is made of steel. The 9.5 engine has been developed specifically for this model and creates an uncompromised balance of versatility, power and weight. Signed by MV Agusta and inspired by the well-known and admired 800 three-cylinder in-line, it is new in most of its components. The bore and stroke measurements have both been increased to achieve the effective displacement of 930.63 cc, delivering the highest possible values of power and torque. All without changing the overall dimensions of the 800 engine currently in production. Numerous technical contents are confirmed, such as the head plane, cylinders angle together with the position of the motor mounts on the three axles and of the front sprocket. The new 9.5 motorcycle also stands out for its three-cylinder in-line four-stroke liquid-cooled twin overhead camshaft engine boasts a compression ratio of 12.5: 1; the crankshaft is counter-rotating, to improve driving dynamics and reduce inertia. The removable gearbox is also offered in an unprecedented electro-actuated configuration, specially designed for this model. The maximum power and torque values are respectively 123 hp at 10,000 rpm and 102 Nm at 7,000 rpm. The specific hp/l power is 132.25 while the complete mass of the engine is only 57 kg. 9.5 engine main features: - New cylinder head - New steel intake and exhaust valves - New head-cylinder base gasket - New steel crankshaft, counter-rotating, 120° cranks, 1-2-3 ignition - New main and trimetallic connecting rod bearings - New forged aluminum alloy pistons, three segments The transmission can count on a new primary drive gear with straight teeth, with power take-off from the countershaft; the gears of the pump control are unprecedented. The base has been completely redesigned: it has integrated oil passages while the passage of water from the upper to the lower base takes place via an external aluminum pipe. What’s more, clutch, generator, starter, selector and gearbox covers have been redesigned. The 9.5 wet clutch comes in two versions: the automatic Rekluse variant and the standard, featuring hydraulic control on the left side. Lastly, the electro-actuated gearbox, offered as an option, represents a rare gem.
  23. Selling an incredible modified 2005 KTM 950 ADVENTURE including: • Luggage Racks • 2 Hard Side Storage Cases • Heated Grips • PRECISION CONCEPTS Suspension • SCOTT Steering Dampener • TOURATECH Guard Plates • Kevlar Tank Guards • DUNLOP Trail Max Mission Tires (Almost New!) • New Fuel Pump • New Battery • RENAZCO Racing Seat • Current South Dakota registration It is a classic, being that it is one of the best adventure bikes ever built and one of a kind customized adventure bike. The luggage racks and cases are in storage so that’s why they’re not on the bike, but are included. The original owner built it for Baja California riding and at just under 75,000 miles, the KTM service manager said when it came back from service last week that it still looked nearly new! It was only given the highest quality oil and serviced/maintained after every single ride. I’m selling it because I have three bikes and just need to let it go to the next person who’s gonna really enjoy this bike. Asking $8k or best offer Sandro C +1 858.652.9745 It is currently on my ranch in Baja California where I live, yet I will deliver it to San Diego for a serious buyer.
  24. yeah the rain here is like a whole other level, lol I may be able to talk @MotorradAngels into trying a set. He seems to like the more road biased tires and think he's running the TKC-70 now.
  25. So bad news/good news… Bad news is a contract I had working with a client ends Dec 4 but good news is I’ll have more time to ride when I fly back to SoCal Dec 7-Jan 13. Still want to do Death Valley after Christmas but also going to ride Baja a bit with Sandro. He’s got a great b&b in the wine country of Guadalupe Valley just south of Tecate and also rents bikes and does tours. Will head south Dec 10 for 4-5 days.
  26. Yeah exactly, they are great road tires, you can cruise down normal dirt roads just fine - and down there probably even more of a good choice since the Mutants are supposed to be really advantageous on wet road, maybe you can provide that test from where you are at - I'm not getting any rain here 🙂
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