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Hi, I own an 08 Versys and live in Fredericton, NB. I'm looking forward to my second season coming up soon.

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Ah, someone farther north than we are at Moosehead Lake, Maine (in the summer that is). Welcome to the forum - it's a great group of knowledgeable people. :thumb:
 

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Then you've really never been "South"
Similar to what we have in the south (porridge), brought up on porridge as a kid.

Grits are a food of American Indian origin common in the Southern United States and mainly eaten at breakfast. They consist of coarsely ground corn, or sometimes alkali-treated corn (hominy). They are also sometimes called sofkee or sofkey from the Muskogee (Creek) language word.[1][2] Grits are similar to other thick maize-based porridges from around the world, such as polenta, or the thinner farina.
 

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Similar to what we have in the south (porridge), brought up on porridge as a kid.

Grits are a food of American Indian origin common in the Southern United States and mainly eaten at breakfast. They consist of coarsely ground corn, or sometimes alkali-treated corn (hominy). They are also sometimes called sofkee or sofkey from the Muskogee (Creek) language word.[1][2] Grits are similar to other thick maize-based porridges from around the world, such as polenta, or the thinner farina.
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I appreciate the welcome. My new Givi cases just came in, so I hope we have an early spring.
 
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