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    We rode up to the lakes yesterday. Conditions weren't fast by any means, but it was rideable. Some of the longer hills were too soft to ride up, but all in all it was a real cool ride. We went in on the Turnagain pass side.
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    People still do rides without cameras?

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    Well...

    My buddy has a few Iphone pictures. A bike in some snow. A black speck in the distance with a mountain. I will post them, but the ride was way cooler than the pictures look.

    Since we were going 3-4 mph the whole day, we could have probably taken some nice action shots.
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    There. Much better.

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    Did you take the winter or summer route at the beginning? If winter how were the river crossings?

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    Winter route

    Summer route might have been okay, but we tried coming out of that one year and it was a lot of walking. There was only one creek to cross and it was shallow enough we didn't get our feet wet. We were running pretty low pressure, so the rocks were fine, and it was a stable crossing. On the way out, we went a different way and were axle, bottom bracket deep. Oops. It looked the same.
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