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    Blind Dates

    I get home tonight and my wife says, "Take your gear to work tomorrow because dangerDan called and is doing a ride after work."

    How exciting, an unknown ride.

    I feel like a blindfolded kid in a candy store.
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    I wouldn't necessarily call a blind date in the woods with a guy named dangerDan a "good thing".

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    Wait till you see the gear I bring...wanna join in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lidarman
    Wait till you see the gear I bring...wanna join in?
    That makes it sound even worse, like a bag of s3x toys?

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    Dude, you're only gay if you're on the bottom
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    Ok, so my date went so so. We rode Hall ranch. We dabbed....I felt like I dabbed a lot. Dan at the little notch before the bench.



    View on my way home after Dan dropped me off at the bustop....



    Two dollar happy hour beers were great at Oscars though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lidarman
    Two dollar happy hour beers were great at Oscars though.
    Now that sounds like a good blind date.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Doesn't sound like it went too well if your date dropped you off at the Bus Stop

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    Quote Originally Posted by nOOby
    Doesn't sound like it went too well if your date dropped you off at the Bus Stop
    Hey, I can think of worse dates and I'd gladly take the bus stop over some of those.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Are we talking about the same Bus Stop here? My def. of a good date doesn't end with me paying for lap dances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nOOby
    Doesn't sound like it went too well if your date dropped you off at the Bus Stop
    From what I hear, you were riding Hall at the same time. I saw some patrol people I knew.

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    yeah, shoot! I didn't run into too many people at Hall yesterday. Rode past John/VAhardtail and stopped at the top and saw mike from BMA. Come to think of it, I did stop for a few people on the way down to the saddle from the lollipop. Maybe you were one of them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thump
    I wouldn't necessarily call a blind date in the woods with a guy named dangerDan a "good thing".
    Rich has purdy teeth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerDan
    Rich has purdy teeth.
    The best part is... they're removable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nOOby
    yeah, shoot! I didn't run into too many people at Hall yesterday. Rode past John/VAhardtail and stopped at the top and saw mike from BMA. Come to think of it, I did stop for a few people on the way down to the saddle from the lollipop. Maybe you were one of them?
    We were done just as John was leaving the lot heading up. So you were not among the crowd I saw i guess.

    Quote Originally Posted by dangerDan
    Rich has purdy teeth.
    Ouch.

    Quote Originally Posted by kitchenware
    The best part is... they're removable.
    Ouch again...I prefer the term Bionic.

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    Oh the BRO-mance!!! How cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nOOby
    yeah, shoot! I didn't run into too many people at Hall yesterday. Rode past John/VAhardtail and stopped at the top and saw mike from BMA. Come to think of it, I did stop for a few people on the way down to the saddle from the lollipop. Maybe you were one of them?
    It was good to see you have recovered from your airborne adventures. We need to ride soon. I was up your way this evening for a short bit. May be back there tomorrow.

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    def. west mag is good, even did my extended schoolbus loop and only had to fjord about 15 drifts

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    Quote Originally Posted by nOOby
    def. west mag is good, even did my extended schoolbus loop and only had to fjord about 15 drifts
    There still seems to be plenty of snow the farther you go up. Melting pretty quick tho.

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    should melt a lot faster now that I broke trail thru most of them although I did see one drift that was a good 4 ft tall. The rest were 1.5' and smaller.

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