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    Pugs' Paper Anniversary [o]

    So I've been with the Pugs for a year now, give or take. To celebrate our paper anniversary
    I thought I would post up twelve of my favourite Pugs pics, one for each month of wedded bliss






















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    BCD, that purple is waaaay 2008.

    <Fingers crossed>

    I'll take her off your hands for $500 and you can pick up a 2011???

    <Fingers crossed>
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggie
    BCD, that purple is waaaay 2008.

    <Fingers crossed>

    I'll take her off your hands for $500 and you can pick up a 2011???

    <Fingers crossed>
    Ahhhhh........no.
    https://get.google.com/albumarchive/...127?source=pwa

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    I would definitely like to own one of these puppies as bike #4 1/2...
    Strava made me do it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unglued
    I would definitely like to own one of these puppies as bike #4 1/2...
    I can say from experience now that fatbikes make a great bike #8, but I'm sure 4.5 would work almost as well. In other matters, does MTBR has a psychological help board?

    BCD: It had to happen sooner or later, but you actually stumped me on figuring out where one of your photos are - fourth from last she's laying on the rock at the edge of what looks like the end of a swamp - I want to say that is the little offshoot from Stone Road?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biff Pedachenko
    BCD: It had to happen sooner or later, but you actually stumped me on figuring out where one of your photos are - fourth from last she's laying on the rock at the edge of what looks like the end of a swamp - I want to say that is the little offshoot from Stone Road?...
    That's Hardy Lake trails...






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    That explains it - I don't get out to Hardy Lake often enough. But Matt and I went out late last year and think we've got a super loop of Stone Road, Barrens, Hardy Lake and Devil's Gap strung together - that's got to be approaching 80km all told - should be fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biff Pedachenko
    That explains it - I don't get out to Hardy Lake often enough. But Matt and I went out late last year and think we've got a super loop of Stone Road, Barrens, Hardy Lake and Devil's Gap strung together - that's got to be approaching 80km all told - should be fun
    In case you were not aware of this, there is access to the west end of Hardy Lake from Torrance town side ( East Bay Rd maybe?) which might just work nicely stringing that ride together.
    https://get.google.com/albumarchive/...127?source=pwa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biff Pedachenko
    In other matters, does MTBR has a psychological help board?
    Yes, but we're best at dealing with relationship mending.

    Look at all those sexy bike pictures with the Pugs lying there all seductively!
    Please enjoy seeing this terrible collection of me - something wonderful is about to happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biff Pedachenko
    I can say from experience now that fatbikes make a great bike #8, but I'm sure 4.5 would work almost as well. In other matters, does MTBR has a psychological help board?

    BCD: It had to happen sooner or later, but you actually stumped me on figuring out where one of your photos are - fourth from last she's laying on the rock at the edge of what looks like the end of a swamp - I want to say that is the little offshoot from Stone Road?...

    The 1/2 a bike, BTW, is a unicycle. I'm still learning, but it should make a good 24 hour race pit bike.
    Strava made me do it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by garage monster
    Yes, but we're best at dealing with relationship mending.

    Look at all those sexy bike pictures with the Pugs lying there all seductively!
    YES!


    OOPS, I really mean...






    There's more to life than just a Pugs. WHEW, glad that's sorted!
    Last edited by BlackCanoeDog; 03-04-2011 at 07:15 PM.
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