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    Thursday In The Setting-sun t.i.t.s. 3 sis eve ride!!

    short notice- and a stretch i know-.......Thursday late afternoon!


    tell the boss its mental health afternoon and you need to go to 3 sisters to ride bikes!



    So ill be finishing up early and am looking to be up that way late afternoon- depending on whos available we can pin down a time or if you can only make it up for the last bit within our "hour after sunset" limit.

    post your thoughts!
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    Sunset +1 puts us at 6:45MST before we turn into pumpkins.

    Perfect pedaling time!!
    I'll be ready to hit the trail at 4:00-ish.
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    I'll be ready to ride after Nooner
    Trails were SO good yesterday. SO good.

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    Bummer, no way I can make what will be a fantastic ride!

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    Just talked to all your bosses - they all said to take the afternoon off and go ride 3 sisters !!

    How nice was that!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PBR me! View Post
    Just talked to all your bosses - they all said to take the afternoon off and go ride 3 sisters !!

    How nice was that!?
    Sweet, he's usually an assh0le.

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    hmmm....didnt know it was supposed to snow! still down for the ride as of now!!!
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    might be hero snow!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PBR me! View Post
    might be hero snow!!

    'Twas yesterday all over Evergreen Mtn!

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    nice! even if a few inches fall- should be good! open areas may be hike a bike

    ill have my frame template along!
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    Template = Goodness

    Everything under tree cover was hard. I mean, rock freakin hard.
    Snow should only make things better :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by HomegrownMN View Post
    Template = Goodness

    Everything under tree cover was hard. I mean, rock freakin hard.
    Snow should only make things better :thumbup:


    yah maybe for snowshoes!!! no idea it was going to snow this much!!
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    I' m so happy I got my dirt fix in the Springs last night even if there were 80 mph wind gusts!!

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    Never realized <1" of snow looked like that!
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    Yeah, I don't think this is gonna happen for me. I'll think of you guys while I'm shoveling out my driveways.
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    Made the trip up this afternoon. I was planning on going no matter the conditions.
    So, with the snowshoes, gaiters, and necessary bike equip I got to the lower lot
    with about 5-6" on the ground. 1 car and 1 set of tracks headed out towards Brothers Lookout.
    I headed across the road and had a fun couple hrs and a couple miles on foot doing my part to pack it all down. Still nice and hard under the newly fallen goodness.
    Saw some skiers gettin' some.... Good times




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    Mmmm... Happy Camper...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HomegrownMN View Post
    Saw some skiers gettin' some....
    some what?.......


    good news - 4runner has new starter
    bad news- didnt pay my cheap mechanic- my brother - short notice had to pay retail!

    even better news- there is next thursday!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HomegrownMN View Post
    Made the trip up this afternoon. I was planning on going no matter the conditions.
    So, with the snowshoes, gaiters, and necessary bike equip I got to the lower lot
    with about 5-6" on the ground. 1 car and 1 set of tracks headed out towards Brothers Lookout.
    I headed across the road and had a fun couple hrs and a couple miles on foot doing my part to pack it all down. Still nice and hard under the newly fallen goodness.
    Saw some skiers gettin' some.... Good times



    Dang, should have drove over there and met ya. I was off early. Went to Meyers Ranch!

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