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    Hey look, it's raining



    I don't like riding on trails anyway.
    Slowly slipping to retrogrouchyness

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    Misery loves company

    If weather was a dog, I'd kick it. This sh*t is a joke and reading mtbr is cold comfort. Esp when tomorrow is do whatever I want day and I cant even travel to a dry part.

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    Oh, what sux is, I took a vacation day for today (sat) to go out camping/tubing/riding. Forcast was all fine and dandy till like wed.. Then went to hell. Nice way to waste one of my days.. Trails all wet.

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    what's for lunch today?
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    it'll dry up in July until the tropical storms, stalled systems, and hurricanes come to. get it while it's good.

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    Im used to having weeks with no rain !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Houston is way too wet for me . So As soon as i get a chance to move to SA or austin .......... I will !

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    This is getting crazy, never mind the trails being wet. I'm worried that up north here there won't be any trails left.
    Slowly slipping to retrogrouchyness

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    If only there was a way to wage war on rainclouds...
    Quote Originally Posted by Owler
    Do not dispute right of way with a tree.

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    I'm giving up riding and going to build a ark.

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    Rest easy...my wife and kids have been on vacation, so of course, when I could just about every or any day on the trails, we have rain. I am joining them this week (with plans to ride a local trail)...little doubt the rains in Texas will follow me there and elimate that riding too...this is the view of the glass overfilled with rainwater.

    Guessing the first ride in July will be a bit rootier.

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    The current state of my favorite local trail (by kayak)


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    going to Colorado in two days to get away from this crap for a few days

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    I live in Houston and spending the week in Vail. MAKE SURE YOU GO TO KEYSTONE. I went there today and my life will never be the same. You could fit 50 Memorial Parks in the amount of one run of single track down Keystone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dangeruss
    what trail is -- er, WAS -- that?

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    wth is with all this rain. it rained almost everyday of june up here in dallas. its the worst this past week-ish.. a heavy thunderstorm every freaking day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toonces
    what trail is -- er, WAS -- that?

    Northshore (Lake Grapevine)
    Show Charlie Murphy your hubs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brentster
    I live in Houston and spending the week in Vail. MAKE SURE YOU GO TO KEYSTONE. I went there today and my life will never be the same. You could fit 50 Memorial Parks in the amount of one run of single track down Keystone.
    will be riding Keystone and Vail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gapp
    Northshore (Lake Grapevine)
    looks a liiiiiitle different than when i rode it a few years ago. it's pretty nuts. a year ago i stopped in Frisco to take a nap on my way home from Colorado and i had no A/C. it was crazy hot -- and dry. and then Hotter n Hell in August with 100+ temps fixing a billion flats with road temps in the 110's. hard to imagine now.

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