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    What do you do to relax? Two MMA fighters turn to the open roads, trails & waters to blow off steam. Do you?


    What do two of the world’s top MMA fighters do after a big fight to blow off steam?

    They head to Ontario to ride a dirt bike, of course. And tour around on a WaveRunner. And slam a quad through a mud bog. And, well, read on to find out how Miesha Tate and Bryan Caraway–two of the sport’s top UFC athletes–spent their vacation in the Great White North.




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    Miesha Tate and Bryan Caraway Canadian MMA Adventure with UFC Stars | Northern Ontario Travel

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    I either visit my Acupuncturist or hop on one of my bikes. =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty View Post
    I either visit my Acupuncturist or hop on one of my bikes. =)

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    That yamahammer is clean!
    Thanks. She's not perfect but I love her anyway.=)
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    There is some really nice riding up there. Have a cottage about two hours north of North Bay. A stones throw away from this big chunk of rock. Climbed it a few times in my younger days.(not with the Ranger) Lots of old logging and mining roads to explore. GPS and a fishing pole are must haves.

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    What do I do to relax? Well since I am retired, and every day is a Saturday, I enjoy riding the Desert Roads and Trails here in Quartzsite, AZ. They seem to go everywhere here in the Great American Southwest. The other day we rode out to the "Shooting Wall". It's a well built man made wall of rocks that was built as protection for the Stage Lines and early travelers to use to shoot back at robbers and Indians. I was told that the road it was on was the early route of the Yuma-Phoenix Stage. There is lots of history here in the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Prospector View Post
    The other day we rode out to the "Shooting Wall". It's a well built man made wall of rocks that was built as protection for the Stage Lines and early travelers to use to shoot back at robbers and Indians.
    Pics or it never happened. lol
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