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    Hairshirt Rider
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    This is Colorado

    On my ride in to work today I got a few representative shots of the reliable and consistent weather in our fair state.

    1) Mile Zero
    2) Mile 6.5
    3) Mile 9
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    Good stuff!
    Best coffee ever... www.copperdoorcoffee.com/

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    Are those your weaving tire tracks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyer
    Are those your weaving tire tracks?
    His avatar explains it all

    It was snowing when i got up today here in Castle Rock(about 6)...Stopped and was sunny by 10 or 11

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyer
    Are those your weaving tire tracks?
    Aye. STIL

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    them tires leave a might skinny track
    Since when did Need have anything to do with this?

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    His tires run at least 200 psi each. Goes with the rigid theme...
    Tact is for people not witty enough to be sarcastic...

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    Those bike paths are pristine compared to the ones on 32nd. Ice paths, good times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madman133
    His avatar explains it all
    He musta used up a few of his avatars to make those tracks.

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    Hey LP, when I was at the Antler's Phantom canyon would give us a bag of those things every month to hand out to the guests to get them over there, I don't think I ever spent a penny on their beer, which is very good, Railyard ale, yummmm!

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    That middle picture

    Is that middle picture on Golden Hill on Colfax just east of Colorado Mills by chance? It sorta looks like the building I work in.

    Marc

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcdelroy
    Is that middle picture on Golden Hill on Colfax just east of Colorado Mills by chance? It sorta looks like the building I work in.

    Marc
    If by Golden Hill on Colfax, you mean Research and Hwy 83 in Colorado Springs, then yes, that's the spot.

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    A litle off

    LOL! I'm a few miles off on the location of that photo!

    Marc

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