Bittersweet day today, lost an old buddy
Last Post 06/02/2017 09:16 PM by SideBy Side. 7 Replies.
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Dale

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05/29/2017 07:32 PM
He retired years and years ago. I'm not sure how old he was, mid-70's at least, maybe 80. Always upbeat, rode a lot, a genuinely enjoyable person to be around.

He was out for a ride heading to a little town east of where I used to live and died of a heart attack.

Since I moved a couple years ago I only saw him a time or two but I was always met with a friendly salutation when we'd run into each other just riding around on some back road.

RIP Curtis you were a good man. Hope I have as many good years left as you were issued and that when my time comes it's an equally bittersweet day.
longslowdistance

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05/29/2017 07:34 PM
Thanks for sharing this lovely remembrance.
huckleberry

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05/30/2017 07:26 AM
Sorry to hear this, Dale.

Happy that he died doing something that he loved.

Cosmic Kid

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05/30/2017 08:26 AM
Sorry for your loss, Dale....always tough losing the good ones.
Just say "NO!" to WCP!!!!
Spud

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05/30/2017 08:52 AM
Sorry to hear about the loss of your friend, Dale.
DonnaMobile

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06/01/2017 08:13 AM
Sorry to hear this, Dale, good of you to perpetuate Curtis' memory. Losing riding buddies is especially tough. We've shared so many experiences with them, and each place we rode together has its own particular memory. When our hearts heal, those memories will bring happiness and make us smile, and our friends will keep riding beside us.
Nick A

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06/01/2017 06:37 PM
Sorry to hear. The older we get, the more we're faced with this kind of stuff...

Nick
SideBySide

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06/02/2017 09:16 PM
Condolences, I'll lift a glass and turn the pedals in his honor.


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