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    Labor Day Ride.

    So, lets plan a Labor Day ride. We have over a week to do it. I am thinking the Bogus trails would be fun. I have done Eastside but that is it. I would like to explore some of the other stuff up there. Any takers let me know.

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    Hey man I think that sounds great. Let's talk...

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    don't forget

    to let the old slow bald guy in on the plans!!!
    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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    oh let me know
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    All right!

    Sounds like there is some interest. I am thinking an early shuttle meeting at the school around 0800. Let me know if this doesn't work for anyone or if we need to adjust the time a bit.
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    8:00

    will work for me but i wouldn't call that early
    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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    Moores to Eastside to Upper DB to DB Connector to Mr. Big to Eastside to Dry Creek would be a good one...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bombin4X
    Hey man I think that sounds great. Let's talk...
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    Go medium, little fellers! Dry Creek is in mighty fine shape right now.
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    I'm getting pretty tempted here. just have to get out of the house
    Oh sh!+ just force upgraded to cat1. Now what?
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    count me in
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    Very interested. Negotiating kitchen pass now. Out.

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    I'm in if.......

    Thanks for posting this. I'm in if I don't stay out too late on Sun or am otherwise preoccupied

    0800 at the school on Monday (9/3 already, time is flying by?).


    Thanks

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    Head count

    can I get a head count for the Labor day ride 0800 at the Highland.
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    I'll be there with bells on

    figuratively speaking
    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 Get Lost
    can I get a head count for the Labor day ride 0800 at the Highland.
    me and at least one other maybe 3 of us
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    I'll either meet you at 8am at the school or at the start of Entrance Exam around 845ish...

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    I told someone about it

    Quote Originally Posted by flipnidaho
    I'll either meet you at 8am at the school or at the start of Entrance Exam around 845ish...
    My buddy name Jeff - Get Lost you met him once last winter at the Owhyees, he rides 575 for his all mtn trailbike and said he's up for a good big ride. I think Craig knows him too. I told him I'd call him again to confirm the 8 start time and I don't see that that's changed.

    I want to ride w/you guys and will make it if i'm feeling better - i crashed yesterday at Tamarck and am a bit stiff in the neck, side, back, shoulder say the least!
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    Me, Justin, & probably a few other BOMBers. Riding the Dirtball.

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    sounds like a big group

    I have a trailer that can haul 10 bikes would you like me to bring it?
    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
    I have a trailer that can haul 10 bikes would you like me to bring it?
    Great idea Swede, thanks for offering!

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    Good advice

    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank
    Go medium, little fellers! Dry Creek is in mighty fine shape right now.
    Dry Creek has been cleaned up and is in great shape. I guess you would have to be Twisted to know this.

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    Not going. I got an offer to ride with two beautiful brunettes, and maybe two redheads.
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    I do recommend u do Dry Creek, if you haven't done it. It is a good kick in the pants.
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    Yeah, sure...

    Quote Originally Posted by Bombin4X
    Me, Justin, & probably a few other BOMBers. Riding the Dirtball.
    Just like Saturday, right, B4X?

    Sorry I can't make this one - family duty calls. Have fun!

    HH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Double H
    Just like Saturday, right, B4X?

    Sorry I can't make this one - family duty calls. Have fun!

    HH
    HA HA I'll be there funny guy...

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    Great ride guys.....

    Thanks for all who showed up today for the Labor Day ride. It was a great time. 13 of us showed up, Swede saved the day with that trailer, awesome idea. We had 2 new riders who had a good time and great exposure to the Mt. Biking community. I think about 10 of us took diggers but luckily their were no injuries. I had an awesome time, it is always fun to ride with a group. All of you poparazzis be sure to post the pictures.

    Later.
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    My (underexposed) pics: http://picasaweb.google.com/bombing4x/IdahoMTBBOMBRides
    Alex's:http://picasaweb.google.com/alex.tat...OMBEastsideSSC

    Brutal heat, steep climbs, great group of guys. Thanks to all who came.

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