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    Night ride, with a bit of snow

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    Another great Wednesday night ride. 34 degrees isn't so bad if you keep moving, although it felt pretty miserable right at about the 3 hour mark. That was the point at which I got back to the car, peeled off my wet riding gear and frantically rushed to get into nice, comfy, dry cotton clothes. Just couldn't seem to do this fast enough for some reason.

    A 22 oz'er of Dead Guy eased the pain...

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    Wow - Sounds like you guys has a snow whypass ride out there on Weds night, coolio!


    Jeff

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    Let it Snow!

    Great time. Just like someone has said b4 - not me, but someone else. There is no weather cold enough if you have the right gear, Warm and sunny in my world!
    Thanks for the ride.
    Steve

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    Shouldn't you guys be skiing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldHouseMan
    Shouldn't you guys be skiing?
    On 2" of snow that is only in the open? No.
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