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  1. #751
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    I need to bring a real camera every once in awhile.


  2. #752
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamal View Post
    I need to bring a real camera every once in awhile.
    Couldn't hurt.


  3. #753
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    Quote Originally Posted by forty View Post
    STRAVA!!!!!!!!!!!!


    it was a nice subtle jab at the xc dorks during our halloween ride this week, not all were amused, job well done bwahahahaha!
    Love it!

  4. #754
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    that's wicked funny!
    crab in my shoe mouth

  5. #755
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    Fall Soul-o in Vt. Slate Quarry and Paine Ridge tour.
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  6. #756
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    shorts and jersey today.
    crab in my shoe mouth

  7. #757
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    snow and loam in Whistler yesterday popping the cherry on some buddies new trail, ride of the year

  8. #758
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    ^^^ pretty

  9. #759
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    ^^^Love.

  10. #760
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    enjoying the last few nice fall days in MN




  11. #761
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    Must hurry. Leg of lamb roasting down there and I forgot to plan for the clock roll back.

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  12. #762
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    Here is one from Post Canyon a couple of weeks ago. I dont bring my camera too often but happened to have it in the truck and this job is right off the fire road.

  13. #763
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    I see I'm not the only one seeing downed trees lately--I stopped for the one on my home trail and finally saw this thing sitting where it has probably been for months and months. One of at least 3 such items on this route, and every time I find a new one my mouth drops open a little.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    this is an internet forum, it is assumed no one actually knows what they're talking about, and nothing anyone says here makes any difference. If you came here seeking an informed opinion on the subject, I'm sorry you were disappointed. If you came here knowing it would all be BS and you just wanted to spout about it being BS, go crawl back under a rock.

  14. #764
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conundrum View Post
    Must hurry. Leg of lamb roasting down there and I forgot to plan for the clock roll back.
    Watchman to 3 Bears? Nice vid of the lost go pro, BTW

    Got a recipe for the leg of lamb?

  16. #766
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    Correct. Leg of lamb:

    1-Purchase delicious naturally fed lamb from Reverend Floater
    2-stab leg all over and put garlic slivers in
    3-mix fresh squeezed lemon juice, garlic, truffle oil, salt, pepper, oregano
    4-rub the lamb with mix
    5-cook at 300 for about 25-30 minutes per pound of meat
    6-pull out when core reaches the temp you want. I like med rare so about 125-130.
    7-go burn one and let the leg stand for 20-30 before serving

    Lost gopro vid




    Here's a pic from earlier in the day.

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  17. #767
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    lot's of win on this page.
    one from today in Walpole, NH.
    Happy Thanksgiving.
    crab in my shoe mouth

  18. #768
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    I got nothin. Drinking beer in the garage while putzing with my brother-in-law and the bikes, while my spousal unit is working on a duck.



    I helped by cleaning up the kitchen beforehand, making the coffee this morning, walking the dog, and opening her beer for her.

    A couple from the last few days though:

















    Florence Nightingale's Stormtrooper

  19. #769
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    First ride on the Borealis Yampa. It was the end to a good day that started with some opening day pow turns at Alta.
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    It got dark on the way back. Dropout in the dark on snow was all time.
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    The owner of Go-Ride is an undercover fat bike nerd
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    We chose an ambitious route with Flying Dog and climbed up the west siiiide. We had fresh tracks to the bench from the beaver ponds. It got a little deep and we had to push about half that stretch. The descent down to the Cobblestone/Preserve Connector split was fresh tracks for me. Sooooo sick. Fat bike slarving.
    This is the beaver ponds. That whole zone looks really cool right now. The beavers have some fresh layers of mud on their houses, their tracks are all over the place and you can see their harvest zones very clearly.
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  20. #770
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    Centennial Cone near Golden rode well
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  21. #771
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    yesterday

    view of the Absarokas from the North. Got out on the cross bike.

  22. #772
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    Nice, man. Gotta love Livingston!

  23. #773
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    ^^^Whoa. Man I miss MT.

  24. #774
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    Sometimes getting above the smog makes all the difference.


  25. #775
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    Getting Cold


    What a quitter
    a positive attitude will not solve all of your problems, but it may annoy enough people to make it worth the effort

    Formerly Rludes025

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