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    It's Bloody COLD and FULL of Snow in Connecticut!!!

    After spending two Goddamned days clearing the three feet of snow off the roof of the house and barn, I kinda collapsed on the front porch with this old thing staring me in the face.....



    God...I can't wait for Spring!!!

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    Yes, yes it is. Ugh. Mud season is going to suck long and hard this year. Out on snow shoes yesterday 3-4' on local stuff around Danbury. s
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    Hehehe. There's a new thread in the Passion forum about "early spring in socal." Just thought the juxtaposition was excellent. Here in mid-cal (SF area) we experienced all four seasons at the same time today. Raining and sunny and foggy at the same time. Rain was cold, sun was warm. It was an interesting experience, to say the least. And then people seemed surprised and awed by the rainbow that ended in the ocean. I never really understood people like the double-rainbow dood from Yosemite....
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    Take two of these


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    Proof a Bullit's never out of its element! One of the best bikes ever built.

    Great pic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    Yes, yes it is. Ugh. Mud season is going to suck long and hard this year. Out on snow shoes yesterday 3-4' on local stuff around Danbury. s
    Hopefully we don't get hammered with a late Feb storm like last year...
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