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    Anyone have a bad ride today?

    I couldn't find anything to complain about... Post ride trip to the Wedge & Pappas sealed the day.

    Now you're cast of steel and cast aside. Broken dreams maybe, but you haven't died

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    I rode 2 1/2 hours at Paris Mountain and discovered that my brand new XTR chain did not mesh with my not so new middle chainring. I had to ride the whole thing in either the granny ring or the big ring. Still had fun.
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    Rode a 24 mile epic in north Wilson Creek with one working pedal. Still ripped it!

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    One of our real "waterdogs" has cancer. We were supposed to take him to the vet today, but I can't bring myself to do it, at least today. He went with us yesterday and played in the woods. Not a bad ride really, but was likely his last time in the woods which made it bad. I couldn't get it off my mind and into my riding groove.
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    I did, I did!

    I had a bad ride Sunday!

    It was fun ride on great trails in perfect condition. I went my own pace, didn't crash, didn't bonk, didn't cramp or run out of water. It was a nice ride on a beautiful spring day, and it would have been lovely ...if I hadn't been in a race...

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    Not I. Out/back of Squirrel, with the S.Mills/476/5018 loop at the west end. I think Squirrel is in awesome shape - slightly less technical than it used to be, but more fair; only one down tree obstructing. Lots of folks out enjoying the awesome day.

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    Laurel/Pilot with no rear brake - set new pr, maybe there's a correlation??

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    One of the best rides on the bike ever was had yesterday. Pisgah in spring is perfection!
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    Wow - today is totally different! Can't see the forest (for the trees) anymore. Hope the wet stuff passes through fast. This is prime riding time.
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    Here is another reason why I love spring:


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    HOLY COW! Where did you find those? I mean, not for you to give away your spot, but just generally...where????

    $39/lb at WF yesterday. What are you going to do with them? i like to saute them in butter and eat them on grits.

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    Shroom-whoa! Nice tray, dude. Saw a few last weekend - been chewed on though. Slow rides have many benefits.
    Now you're cast of steel and cast aside. Broken dreams maybe, but you haven't died

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    They like hardwood forests. These were obviously Black and Halfs. Wait till you see my Yellow crop! They are not quite ready though. I am going hunting again tomorrow and expect to find at least 3lbs more of blacks. I have one yellow that is 6ozs every year. He is the size of my hand no joke. My yellows should yield 3 lbs.
    I like to saute them as well. But my favorite is to slice them in halfs and fry them in a special batter. It just so happens that my brother is a chef so I sell them for $40 lb.

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    Another epic day!blue bird skies and 20+ miles in Wilson Creek. And of course more mushrooms!

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    are those the kind that are.....hallucingoenic? gasp

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    Negative ghostrider, no psilocybin in these. 20+ more miles in Wilson Creek and you guessed it...more mushrooms!the yellows were ready!

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