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    I did not ride for over a week! Photos of today's ride, and food.

    Can you believe it? It was hard work, but I managed. A friend of mine and I had to get all "brutal" and get the singlespeeds out (read: have copious amounts of fun)). Here are some photos:

    First of all, the day started beautifully!



    When I got to the parking lot, she was still dealing with some errands, so I headed out for a little loop before she was ready.







    I stopped here to wait for her:



    Then we turned around and climbed back up what I had just ridden down and kept climbing.

    The North facing stuff was still under some snow:





    And the last ride shot:



    Oh, did I say I would post food shots? Just a few:

    Tiramisu is dangerously easy to make!



    So is this, but it's a bit healthier:



    Breve! Two shots, of course:


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    Awesome...

    I have got to travel west of the Front Range this spring/summer. Nice pics, I just did my first mtn ride in over two weeks today. Woot!

    That bread looks dee-lish and I love those tires...
    "Those are some good humans."

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    That bread looks YUMMY ( i can say yummy right?)
    "foot to pedal, wheel to dirt, there is no substitute for the act of riding "

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    a week off the bike? Pshaw! I've been off for 3 months. Going to be hard to get going again this season!
    Just a regular guy.

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    Nice photos Screampint, the terrain looks alot like the stuff we got down here in Nevada, but alot less snow.
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    That bread looks AMAZING
    Originally Posted by Bmateo1:
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    Chudzpah, Passion Lost

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    look forward to your posts

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    Eh

    Screw you guys riding on dirt in January. Here in PA we have a nice layer of ice covered by 3-6 inches of snow with another 5-8 on its way tomorrow night. Trying to get my fix with road riding but its like methadone compared to heroin.

    jk btw.

    MrR

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    Nice lookin food and trail.

    I would crush that entire loaf of bread.

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    I was out that way just over a week ago.



    DUCK!



    The whole thread is here.

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    Ouch! That's longer than my pregnancy hiatus, and I had c-sections! I'd be sticking pencils in my eyes.

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    The bread is not difficult. I make a big batch of dough about once a week and take some out of the fridge as needed. No, I don't benefit from the sales of this book, but it's how I learned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GFAthens
    That bread looks AMAZING
    OH YEAH

    Matt
    I should be out riding....

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    Quote Originally Posted by screampint
    The bread is not difficult. I make a big batch of dough about once a week and take some out of the fridge as needed. No, I don't benefit from the sales of this book, but it's how I learned.
    Well, whoever benefits from the sales of this book just made $15 more. Thanks for the tip.

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