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So...My Husband had to work today and my Son went to the shooting range w/ Pop Pop:D. That left me at home alone and my Mom at her house alone. I was sitting on my back deck enjoying the weather when I thought "Hey I should take Mom on a ride". The only problem was my bike was in the trailer and I can't get it out. I called the Hubby at work and told him I wanted a little Mother/Daughter bonding time. He zipped home on his lunch break and got my bike out for me. (he's the best):-*
I called up my Mom who is 60 and said get your jeans on I am taking you for a ride. All she said was ok but, I dont have a helmet. No worries Mama I got it covered. ;) I picked her up and we went on a 3hr ride and stopped for lunch. At one point we had just merged on to 301 and I asked her is she wanted to go FAST:super:. She gave me a thumbs up and off I went. I got up to 125 but, I thought any faster would freak her out. So we stop at the light and she is laughing and whooping telling me she thought I said ,"that was fast" (about merging onto 301) She hadn't realized I said "Do you want to go Fast"? She said all she was doing was saying the Lords Prayer over and over. Needless to say we both laughed hysterically over it. I took her home and told her I had a blast. I am truly blessed to have a 60 year old Mother who is willing to still have fun in life and is up to an adventure or two. :clap2::D;):bigthumbsup:

Here are a few pics had to use the phone.





Outside Of a little dive called Twinnys

Me and My Wonderful Mama
 

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You're both truly blessed. To be able to share a bonding moment that will forever remain a memory in each others mind.
But be careful Mrs Nuk, she might decide to attempt getting her own motorcycle.
After 74yrs MY mother decided she'd try her hand at learning how to drive in MONTREAL of all places. Needless to say I was fully supportive, but scared S#$%less for her......

Thanks for sharing your story. It was great to read.
Cheers
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I lost my Mom to Cancer years ago. She never would have done that stuff anyway. You are so lucky and you are one heck of a daughter! Enjoy each other with the days you have left (hopefully decades!).:bigthumbsup:
 

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My mom was one of the two women motorcycle riders in Newark N.J. back in the '40's...in fact she never drove a car in her life. I did have the opportunity to share a ride with her back in the '70's and it was something we looked back on even into her 80's when she passed away. I didn't get to do 125 with her though...I had a Harley then :D :congrats: on your shared experience.
 

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My mom was one of the two women motorcycle riders in Newark N.J. back in the '40's...in fact she never drove a car in her life. I did have the opportunity to share a ride with her back in the '70's and it was something we looked back on even into her 80's when she passed away. I didn't get to do 125 with her though...I had a Harley then :D :congrats: on your shared experience.
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125 with your mom on the back, that is a day that neither of you will ever forget. My mom would never go for something like that, glad you had a good day.
 

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What is a man to do?:dontknow: Super cool wife :clap2: and cool mother-in-law. At least everyone in the family got to have fun while I was stuck at work.:mad:
I hope you play the lottery on regular basis. If anyone was gonna hit it. that would be you.:D:bigthumbsup:

That's spectacular Heidi!:clap2:
 

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My mom got on my first street bike (New Honda 360) and wanted to ride to the end of the road and back. The fastest I got was 35 and she was fussing the whole time. She never got back on a motorcycle again and until she died she would tell people that I flew with her on the back of my motorcycle. My grandmother also wanted to ride and wanted to go faster and faster. She never had a license and that was her first ride. She was 80 and loved it, she used to give mom a hard time because she couldn't hang with her. Those are great memories I have until this day.
 
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