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    Rain, Rain go away! Time to ride this weekend.

    Had a good run on the rain and wind the last few weeks, which is of course welcomed!

    Drying pattern into this weekend for some possible riding?

    Something on Sat?
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    Oh I think I'll be shreddin on Saturday.

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    5 days..

    Quote Originally Posted by baycat
    Had a good run on the rain and wind the last few weeks, which is of course welcomed!

    Drying pattern into this weekend for some possible riding?

    Something on Sat?
    of base miles in the sun..aaahhh...

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    Trail maintance for the next few days while its still mushy.
    Then RIDE RIDE RIDE
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    Ord saturday?

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    I am thinking lots of footies somewhere in Marin, that one long ride still on?

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    textures
    layers of fun!

    china camp is a slick wet roller coaster right now.

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    I'm going to Portland to look at some bikes.

    I hear they got some good rain over there.

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    are you going to do any of the social rides in portland?

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    Been down with a NASTY cold since last Fri. Imagine a Superbowl with no beer...

    Most of one lung is back in working order now. Hopefully two lungs and 80% battery charge by the weekend. Probably not up for a 10k attempt but up for something.

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    I really want to try out my new BR Lights set at night but its so damn cold. I may do a Redwood or Chabot ride one of these weekday evenings.

    Saturday not sure but Sunday CCCX @ Ord.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fat.tires
    Been down with a NASTY cold since last Fri. Imagine a Superbowl with no beer...
    You poor thing. The only reason to even watch sports is to drink.
    Hopefully you got some laundry and cleaning done during that time....

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    Quote Originally Posted by his dudeness
    Oh I think I'll be shreddin on Saturday.

    shha brah, shralp the gnar

    i'll be riding kwood all thursday and saturday
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    To be blunt;

    6) The Earth would begin to collapse into a black hole and it would make people sad.

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    One for Fabian and Stuey today

    Quote Originally Posted by francois
    I'm going to Portland to look at some bikes.

    I hear they got some good rain over there.

    fc
    Dang FC, you just can't catch a break! Portland in February isn't exactly April in Paris then, is it? Who's brilliant idea was it to move the Handbuilt Bike Show up to Portland in the dead of winter? Bet you can't wait for those rust resistance seminars And the weather being grand @ N. California this week has got to be annoying too. Try not to mildew.
    Road ride today: One for Fabian and Stuey on the R3 with @ 14 miles of dirt on a 42 mile ride. When you dry out, come down and ride this stuff sometime.
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    Grant... Ian... Pacifica on Saturday.

    Don't be a pansy, Grant. Call in "sick". Haha...
    Meh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jms
    Dang FC, you just can't catch a break! Portland in February isn't exactly April in Paris then, is it? Who's brilliant idea was it to move the Handbuilt Bike Show up to Portland in the dead of winter? Bet you can't wait for those rust resistance seminars And the weather being grand @ N. California this week has got to be annoying too. Try not to mildew.
    Road ride today: One for Fabian and Stuey on the R3 with @ 14 miles of dirt on a 42 mile ride. When you dry out, come down and ride this stuff sometime.
    Bad boy's got an R3. Damm.

    My cross bike's in my car today, and tomorrow, and the day after...

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    We're in for a surprise today... longer days. Now that we have a decent sunset, we should have light til 6pm.

    Monday, February 4, 2008
    Sunrise: 7:11 AM PST
    Sunset: 5:36 PM PST
    Tuesday, February 5, 2008
    Sunrise: 7:10 AM PST
    Sunset: 5:37 PM PST
    Wednesday, February 6, 2008
    Sunrise: 7:09 AM PST
    Sunset: 5:38 PM PST
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    yeah, cleaned the oven of all things, and of course did laundry...but did keep the game on in hopes it would inspire me to rally for a drink.

    But the real slap in the face occurs at at 2:55 pm on superbowl sunday when my freaken Dish box dies with an error 004. One box, dual tuner, so both satellite sets toast.

    The 50" HD Plasma hanging on the wall is OFF. The retro 13" with rabbit ears on, with me sipping tea, blowing nose, trying to see through snowy lines on TV which were enhanced by the washing machine motor. Pathetic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by datenschwanz

    china camp is a slick wet roller coaster right now.
    that's why I have mud tires . . .

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