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    Went riding last night.

    It's been a hellish 4 months or so. Work has been insane, hours have been long, weekends have been short. Fatbike riding has been... slim.

    But things are looking up. Got out of work early last night, hit the trails at Quarry ridge in Fitchburg. Hadn't been there pretty much all year. And... wow. In the time I've been away, they've completely re-worked the entire trail system. Awesome. New loops, new trails, all the old trails refreshed, anywhere where there was a straight section of trail has been replaced with a twisty section 4 times as long. Trails just made for fun on a fatbike. There's something cool about a set of kinda boring, kinda meh trails transforming into awesomeness.

    Bonus fatbike content: There were about 4 or 5 other fatbikes on the trail last night. Haven't seen that many fatbikes riding in one place ever. I was feeling pretty anti-social and just wanted to get miles in, wasn't feeling like saying hi, but it was nice to see.

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    Got out of work "early" or actually on what is supposed to be your normal time?

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