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    March Riding....Sunday....

    ........we started at 30 degrees.....what a change from yesterday where we had 53 degrees as a high up on the mountain.....still great to be out....here are a few pics.... post up a pic of your ride today.....Ride On!
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    That's great, I love that last one for sure!

    You guys get snowed on? We got snowed on over here on the other side of the valley. Not a ton, but cold enough.

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    Did anyone else think that object in the last photo was a microwave?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazcustoms View Post
    Did anyone else think that object in the last photo was a microwave?
    It wasn't?

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    Kraz, I did too! Lol
    There is no charge for awesomeness......or attractiveness.

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    Good job!

    A camera...

    ... taking a picture...

    ... of a camera taking a picture...

    of great fellas!

    Thanks for the views!

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    Always smiles until someone loses a derailleur...

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    Wink

    Whats a derailleur?... LOL

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    Sun.....Snow....Sun....Snow...

    Quote Originally Posted by bear View Post
    That's great, I love that last one for sure!

    You guys get snowed on? We got snowed on over here on the other side of the valley. Not a ton, but cold enough.
    ....yes....Sun...Snow...Sun....Snow....actually a really fun day.......until the X9 broke....although we did McGuyver it pretty well! Hey LocalFolkal....how did you know about that breakdown?

    NEPMBTA....Camera taking a picture of a camera taking a picture.....yes! KuhlKat took the other picture....
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    Quote Originally Posted by LocalFolkal View Post
    Always smiles until someone loses a derailleur...
    Ha ha..so true. Its all fun and games! Nice pics Jeff!
    "foot to pedal, wheel to dirt, there is no substitute for the act of riding "

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    You are blowing my mind with the camera/microwave. If you look really close in the camera you can see Elvis. You know he's in the 4 th dimension. Thanks for sharing.

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    It depends when I look at it. After a ride it's a microwave warming up some general tso's chicken. Otherwise, it's just a camera. Lol
    There is no charge for awesomeness......or attractiveness.

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    First microwave...

    ...I ever saw with a carrying strap!

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    you guys are cracking me up....

    Quote Originally Posted by mt.Pulaski View Post
    You are blowing my mind with the camera/microwave. If you look really close in the camera you can see Elvis. You know he's in the 4 th dimension. Thanks for sharing.
    It depends when I look at it. After a ride it's a microwave warming up some general tso's chicken. Otherwise, it's just a camera. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEPMTBA View Post
    First microwave...

    ...I ever saw with a carrying strap!
    I put a carrying strap on my microwave so I can take it with me on rides. Nothing like being able to heat up leftovers in 30 seconds way out in the middle of nowhere! It takes a few rides to get used to it, but after that you forget it's even there. Cliff bars? No thanks, my square of lasagna is just about ready.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazcustoms View Post
    I put a carrying strap on my microwave so I can take it with me on rides. Nothing like being able to heat up leftovers in 30 seconds way out in the middle of nowhere! It takes a few rides to get used to it, but after that you forget it's even there. Cliff bars? No thanks, my square of lasagna is just about ready.
    Well, if you shared the load and let someone else pack the pedal-based generator it'd be easier.

    Still, the health benefits of the loaded training, and being self-sufficient, are always a positive.

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    Its always good to have zip ties and duct tape in your bag of tricks. At least we were able to ride out. The bike is at the shop now, so hopefully JP will be back in the saddle for the weekend.

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    Good job!

    Did the microwave suffer any damage on the ride?

    We would like to borrow it, to have Bacon rides over at HCGA since we now have a "live pig" wandering the property! No joke a real live pig has been spotted, and tagged by Pretty Paws the Assassin, but Scott's daughter stopped the attack and the pig ran off...

    ummm BACON... LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuhlkat View Post
    Its always good to have zip ties and duct tape in your bag of tricks. At least we were able to ride out. The bike is at the shop now, so hopefully JP will be back in the saddle for the weekend.
    reminds me, I need to re-pack my duct-tape camelbak roll tonight.

    got fresh new *white* duct tape, to match my re-painted frame.

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