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    A day of riding that didn't suck





























    There's ole Gray with 'er dovewinged hat
    There's ole Green with her sewing machine
    Where's the bobbin at?
    Tote'n old grain in uh printed sack
    The dust blows forward 'n dust blows back
    And the wind blows black thru the sky
    And the smokestack blows up in suns eye
    What am I gonna die?
    Uh white flake riverboat just flew by
    Bubbles popped big
    'n uh lipstick Kleenex hug on uh pointed forked twig
    Reminds me of the bobby girls
    Never was my hobby girls
    Hand full uh worms and uh pole fishin'
    Cork bobbin' like uh hot red bulb
    'n uh bluejay squeaks
    His beak open an inch above uh creek
    Gone fishin' for uh week
    Well I put down my bush
    'n I took off my pants 'n felt free
    The breeze blowin' up me 'n up the canyon
    Far as I could see
    It's night now and the moon looks like uh dandelion
    It's black now 'n the blackbirds feedin' on rice
    'n his red wings look like diamonds 'n lice
    I could hear the mice toes scamperin'
    Gophers rumblin' in pile crater rock hole
    One red bean stuck in the bottom of uh tin bowl
    Hot coffee from uh krimpt up can
    Me 'n my girl named Bimbo Limbo Spam
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    well lets hear aout it

    where's the write up? where was the ride.

    Good to see EP is alive and kicking
    I just don't understand my wife....she thinks its nuts to ride when the temperature is in the 20's....go figure

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    Quote Originally Posted by lv2ride
    Good to see EP is alive and kicking
    Stole from me! Beware the old lady.
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    People get so hung up on specifics, they miss out on seeing the whole thing. Take South America for example. Every year in South America thousands of people turn up missing. Nobody knows where they go. They just disappear. But if you think for a minute, realize something: there had to be a time when there was no people right? Well, where did all these people come from? I'll tell you where: the future. Where did all these people disappear to: the past. How did they get there? Flying saucers, which are really, yeah, you got it: time machines.
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    I vote for #9 to describe your life. Nice to see you back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lv2ride
    where's the write up? where was the ride.































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    Did you touch the monkey at Tour de Fat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lv2ride
    where's the write up? where was the ride.

    Good to see EP is alive and kicking
    Just a guess from the pictures, I would say Little Basin Creek area.
    Ride the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkrid
    Just a guess from the pictures, I would say Little Basin Creek area.
    Ding

    That was the second ride. The gravy on the mashed potatoes, as it were.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthpig
    People get so hung up on specifics, they miss out on seeing the whole thing. Take South America for example. Every year in South America thousands of people turn up missing. Nobody knows where they go. They just disappear. But if you think for a minute, realize something: there had to be a time when there was no people right? Well, where did all these people come from? I'll tell you where: the future. Where did all these people disappear to: the past. How did they get there? Flying saucers, which are really, yeah, you got it: time machines.
    nope sorry earthpig but god made people
    Save a tree & wipe your butt with an owl.
    Thank your local Sierra Club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUNGLEKID5
    nope sorry earthpig but god made people
    And the early god was known as Crom Cruah

    The chief idol of Eirin. This huge object stood on the plain of Mag Sleact (the plain of adoration or prostration) in County Cavan in Ulster. Situated around him were twelve smaller idols made of stone while his was of gold. To him the early Irish sacrificed one third of their children on Samain (November 1) in return for milk and corn and the good weather that insured the fertility of cattle and crops. The god was held in horror for his terrible exactions; it was even dangerous to worship him, for the worshippers themselves often perished in the act of worship.
    It is said that his cult was introduced by a pre-Christian king names Tigernmus. During the prostrations one Samhain night, he and three fourths of his followers destroyed themselves.

    The twelve lesser idols that encircle Crom have led to the assumption that he was a solar deity; certainly a fertility god. However, he has not been identified with any of the ancient Irish gods. According to legend, St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, cursed and destroyed it (the idol sunk back into the earth). The saint preached to the people against the burning of milk-cows and their first-born progeny.

    Crom Cruach, or Cromm Crúac means bloody crescent or bloody bent one and is mentioned as such in the 6th century Dinnshenchas in the Book of Leinster. It is also referred to as Cenn Crúaic (bloody head) in the Tripartite Life of Patrick. Another name is ríg-íodal h-Eireann, the king idol of Ireland.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkrid
    Just a guess from the pictures, I would say Little Basin Creek area.
    who knew that area was so popular with the pedal crowd. last time i rode there was 4-5 years ago, and later in the year. this year on sunday we came across about 817348913797238471238947 bicycles coming down basin creek. we were going to go up little basin crk, but altered our plan to be less of an annoyance to our non-motorized brothers, and continued way up basin creek (seeing no more bicycles) towards hindman lake and circled around. in the process we were planning to cut the big tree that was very awkwardly across the trail about a mile above sunday creek, but we met 2 guys on yamahas coming down that had just cut it. fortunately, they left us another smaller tree just above it to cut, which could be ridden over coming down, but only if you went off the trail. hooray for trail maintenance.

    hopefully next time i get up there my leg will be sufficiently healed to ride the pedal bike too. the girl had a hoot, and we had a nice secluded quiet camp spot.

    did u guys see 2 reasonably polite people on orange motorcycles? that was us.
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