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    Tree Hugger
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    Thank you Dr. King!

    Yesterday, in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King's birthday, I didn't have to go to work. It was sunny, and a few degrees above freezing, perfect for a MTB ride. I hit up North Shore trail, knowing there would be access to sunshine. I kept the camera in my pack while riding, but stopped a few times, and I grabbed some sunset shots after the ride.





























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    Lucky! I had to work...

    Nice doll head, by the way.

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    Thanks you, Dave Turner!

    For making Turner bikes. A real American hero We should have a holiday for him too.

    Jaybo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybo
    For making Turner bikes. A real American hero We should have a holiday for him too.

    Jaybo
    Sounds good to me. Maybe Gary Fisher deserves a holiday for inventing the mountain bike.

    The more days off, the better!
    I love mankind - it's people I can't stand. ~Charles M. Schulz

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    I'm confused

    Quote Originally Posted by Sasquatch
    Sounds good to me. Maybe Gary Fisher deserves a holiday for inventing the mountain bike.

    The more days off, the better!
    I thought Shiggy invented the mountain bike or was that the mountain bike tire? We actually rode Coyote the day of the ACM. It snowed on us and was a total blast. Looks like a gorgeous place....

    Jaybo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasquatch
    I like the perspective on this one.

    It was nice riding with you, even though it was about 3 hours difference. Made for a great ride on a great full-moon (almost) night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybo
    For making Turner bikes. A real American hero We should have a holiday for him too.

    Jaybo
    Jay, you "homer" you.

    I forsee another overzealous, salivating dude riding behind Dave Turner himself at the next THC (Turner Homer Convention). Kind of like my brother riding behind Shiggy at ACM4.

    By the way, excellent pics Sasquatch, but not of the one you took of my brother in his "nut huggers" at ACM4 in the parking lot. I am embarrassed to claim him after seeing that.

    JG
    Last edited by jgusta; 01-23-2008 at 09:20 PM.
    Ride On!

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