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    Owyhees Sunday?

    Since it sounds like half the regular Boise posters are headed to Moab/Fruita this weekend (or are already down there this week), I wanted to gauge the interest among those lamea$$es stuck in town this weekend (like me) in an Owyhees ride this Sunday AM, April 2. Forecast doesn't look too terribly bad right now - 20 - 30% chance of rain and high 50's for temps. I gotta think the Owyhees will be drier than the foothills this weekend after the frogstrangler we're getting out there right now. Any of the usual non-churchy suspects (Buddha, Nels, 98, Laffeaux, cinnoman monkey, piltdown, etc...) interested?

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    Hey EP,

    so sounds like you're not going either. I have someting to do on Friday evening anyway,
    and do need to get more studying done for my cert. YEAH, I'm interested in riding with you this Sunday in the Owyees, looks like the best bet at this point...

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    I'm game for trying it out on Sun. Should dry out by then. It's not raining out there right now
    but the area did get some moisture this week. Sat. might be muddy, unless it clears up
    and gets some sun today to dry it somewhat.
    Steve
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nels
    I'm game for trying it out on Sun. Should dry out by then. It's not raining out there right now
    but the area did get some moisture this week. Sat. might be muddy, unless it clears up
    and gets some sun today to dry it somewhat.
    Yeah, Sunday seems iffy right now, especially with the forecast of even MORE rain tomorrow. Sheeeit, when will this deluge end? Now I know how those poor saps in the northeast felt last summer when it rained every friggin day. Let's call it tomorrow night, depending on how wet it is tomorrow/tomorrow night.

    http://www.wrh.noaa.gov/total_foreca...lon=-116.60875

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    Right on Steve!
    Let's hope we all get to ride
    Hey I got your missed call on my cell, was at the gym, then missed ya last night.
    I was thinking about climbing 8th St tonight, then going to see Narnia

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    Shall we meet at 8am at the Bogus Park and Ride

    at 15th and Bannock...

    I have been doing homework all day so I will be ready for a ride tommorrow.

    Chris
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    Yeah same here

    Quote Originally Posted by smilycook
    at 15th and Bannock...

    I have been doing homework all day so I will be ready for a ride tommorrow.

    Chris
    Studying all day for iNET+, pass that then move on to bigger and better things (if I pass or not).

    I'm ready to ride and 8am there sounds fine to me.

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    daylight savings time

    sounds good
    don't forget the time change!
    Steve
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    It's actually been pretty decent out here in western 2C. Get bouts of sunshine here and there and it's windy and not too cold.

    Good luck tomorrow!

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