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    Not too much longer...

    It's the Annual Boise Forum Post Your "Summer" Ride Pics post....
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    foothills cannibals...

    I wonder how the people in Montana and Wyoming feel about that,
    Nobody cares what kind of bike you ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwistedCrank


    foothills cannibals...

    I wonder how the people in Montana and Wyoming feel about that,

    That reminds me of the mormon cricket "butter" on the road to bogus.

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    The road to Bogus was nothing. The goo on the Horseshoe Bend hill was causing accidents. They even brought out temporary electronic signs to warn people to slow down and drive with caution. It was nuts.

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    out and about for a little boise footies tour yesterday with my wife and our two red demons (as Al calls vizslas). the demons were in great shape - the humans not so much.

    military reserve area, buck trail, shanes, 3 bears all in great shape. couple puddles here and there in shady areas, but no soft areas to speak of. the horse hoofs that trashed bucks recently are getting filled in. ruts are gone. vegetation coming in nicely on the sides of buck where the runners trampled it this winter.

    think i saw al and his red demons on buck as we were descending shanes.

    maybe we'll see y'all out there today and this week. with the time change...riding after work is on. get ready for the group rides (train rides) of 30 riders.

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    that was me. the kids were flying on the trails. the little girl has great endurance...while the boy has some incredible sprint speed!!!
    ...building wherever they'll let me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visicypher
    that was me. the kids were flying on the trails. the little girl has great endurance...while the boy has some incredible sprint speed!!!
    they looked good from a distance - flying around the corners on buck. porter is a freeride vizsla - he makes his own lines...while tucson sticks to my wife's back wheel..he's a momma's boy. both boys have their tongues hangin' low. i keep tellin' them to enjoy it while it's nice...'cause it'll be hot before we know it..and the water will be gone.

    we had a pack of 4 humans and 4 dogs today. good stuff. lots of dogs and FRIENDLY folks out today. my spirits are high!

    anybody planning afterwork rides...holla.

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    No dirt for me this weekend...had to work Saturday at our Garage Sale and then when I got home crashed all night long. I slept alot today too.

    I did manage to get in a nice 16 miler out in western 2C. Lot of wind and it definately slowed me down alot, but it was still a nice ride.


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    tacky dirt, short sleeves and fast women...
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    I am become death, the destroyer of worlds.

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