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My name is Omni I was born in Texas but grew up in Washington state. Army Bratt! I am in the world's greatest Navy and have been for the past 8 years. I just moved, well got stationed out in Ohio and the people are so much nicer here then in California... I could do without all the snow though goodness! There should be a warning label on ohio for how cold it gets for people like me lol.
I've been riding for over a year so I guess you can call me a newbie but I can handle my own really well. I've seen a few riders out and about, now trying to make some friends and do a group every once in awhile.
Thanks,
Omni ♡
 

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Thank you for your service! Welcome to the Forum. Hopefully you will find some riding buddies soon.
 

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Welcome from North Carolina. I hope you enjoy the forum.

What do you ride?

Ohio?! I served 4 years of shore duty. No, it wasn't all brig time. At least I could see the ocean!
 

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Thanks Oz. I ride a CBR600RR! Yup I'm a navy recruiter (this is my shore duty). Haha what was your rate?
 

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1966-1970! You were apart of the best and greatest times! I'm being a hater a little but that fact I'm still a female I still would have just heard the crazy stories then too. Thanks for all you did before me!
 

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Welcome from Carlos,Texas and thank you for your service Omni.Our country would not be so great if we didn't have people like you.Ride safe.
 

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Welcome from the middle of Nebraska.

(Not much surface water here, but we are sitting on top of one of the world's largest aquifers.) :biggrin:
 

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Greetings from CT........

Why did you choose the Navy instead of the Army? Just curious.

-soupy
My dad was army while I was growing up so that's what I wanted to do originally but he said do the navy you have a lot of book smarts it will get you far there. I just think he didn't want to worry so much but I love the navy all the same and I still rep my army family!
 

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Welcome aboard, I retired from that same canoe club (64-87). Thank you for your service.
 
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