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    Beautiful morning at the Hydrocut

    Wow, a short break from the rain left no other option but to go riding!

    It may have been a bit grey but it sure was nice to get out. The trails are in pretty good condition except for a few spots on Sweet Street, Jakes Attack and Jakes Breakaway, I got off a couple of times there just to avoid doing trail damage...

    A few pics. :-)











    Cheers,

    Jeff

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    Hey, it looks like ya got a dusting of white stuff there!

    I agree it was a nice morning for a fall ride. If you have the stuff to dress right, temperatures around the freezing mark are not too bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rkj__
    Hey, it looks like ya got a dusting of white stuff there!

    I agree it was a nice morning for a fall ride. If you have the stuff to dress right, temperatures around the freezing mark are not too bad.
    How ironic. i make the above post, surprised to see you have snow on the ground, then an hour later, i look out my window, to see it is snowing here in Ancaster.
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    Yep, the dusting starts. I think it will still be a while before the trails are ski-able though. Not that I'm complaining, I'll just get in more biking. :-)

    Cheers,

    -Jeff

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