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    New Trail In Lynn

    that new trail with the creek jump is pretty cool. i like how it accesses a part of the park that has never seen use before. primeval.

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    You should probably erase this thread. It sounds illegal.

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    utshay upway aboutway ethay ailstray

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    Wait... Theres trails in Lynn????
    Lynn Woods
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    the steep roller followed by the 6-8' drop to transition is freakin sweet.. got a tour down there a month ago...
    determined to put the "mountain" back in "MOUNTAIN BIKING!!!" "HIT IT!"
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    Don't crowd the oven. The pans should never touch each other or the sides of the oven, or be placed over or under each other on the racks.
    Grease pans using a piece of paper towel, rub a small amount of shortening, butter or margarine evenly over the bottom and on sides of pans, if directed. A small amount of pan spray may be used and spread over the pan, also using the paper towel technique.
    Prevent sharp edges on muffins, bar cookies or quick breads by greasing the muffin cups or pans only on the bottom and halfway up the sides so the batter is higher than the greaseline. This is one time you might not want to use a pan spray.

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    very sweet trail! rides well both ways and loaded with technical goodies....roll to drop is wicked tasty

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    You're doing it wrong!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kubaner View Post
    Don't crowd the oven. The pans should never touch each other or the sides of the oven, or be placed over or under each other on the racks.
    Grease pans using a piece of paper towel, rub a small amount of shortening, butter or margarine evenly over the bottom and on sides of pans, if directed. A small amount of pan spray may be used and spread over the pan, also using the paper towel technique.
    Prevent sharp edges on muffins, bar cookies or quick breads by greasing the muffin cups or pans only on the bottom and halfway up the sides so the batter is higher than the greaseline. This is one time you might not want to use a pan spray.
    just go not stick, way easier and less clean up.

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