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DP
Reply with quote  #51 
I like the matching helmet and bike colors!
E & I are in NY ( Syracuse) this week doing an antique show lots &lots of set ups.
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Joe
Reply with quote  #52 
Yeah.... nice attire, but what's up with wearing a helmet? I mean really, do you really need a helmet riding the beach paths? I swear, if they ever make it a crime not wearing a helmet, then I'll either give up bike riding, or become an outlaw. Maybe Shane is whipped, now that he's married.

Have a good sale there DP, say hi to Erik for us.
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Bob
Reply with quote  #53 
Joe didn't you just crash on the bike path? Riding no handed if I remember? 

I get the desire to roam unencumbered by safety devices. Still statistics are clear, helmets are better then no helmets when it comes to smacking your head on pavement.

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Shane
Reply with quote  #54 
I'd love to ride without a helmet like most of the motorcyclists do in Maine and NH. Obviously, I don't expect to crash riding a beachcomber, but you never know when some idiot might come along and run you off the road or some other uncontrollable event should occur. I definitely don't want a traumatic brain injury...I prefer a slow steady decay through the abuse of drugs and alcohol.  
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Joe
Reply with quote  #55 
Good one Shane! You always have a way of making sense of my questioning your sensible ways. Here's a shot of your sensible kids......many more wedding pics on the way.




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Bob
Reply with quote  #56 
What a great shot. Excellent!

That picture will be seen for the next 50 years. It needs to be framed and hung on the wall.

50 years is the extent of my forward view, optimistic but possible.
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Bob
Reply with quote  #57 
Hey we are riding from Stowe HighSchool at 8:30am in the morning. Looks like a good crew of old farts with a couple youngsters to keep us honest.

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Bob
Reply with quote  #58 
Looks Like a Toll road ride Wednesday night. If we ride at 6-6:30 the sunset should be viewable from the Nose. Head lamps are probably a good idea. Beer/Burger in Stowe on the flip side? We could go get that Chicken Mushroom too. Mushroom warriors!
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Bob
Reply with quote  #59 
Nice ride last night on the big hill 5 miles and 2600 vertical feet. We went swimming in a brook after and then ate Mexican food. I love that climb!
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Shane
Reply with quote  #60 

Thanks for the great picture, Joe!

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Bob
Reply with quote  #61 
Sleepy hollow tonight at 4:45 ride at 5pm

Got no phone today so communications are difficult. I called Heritage today 5 times form my office phone. I was disconnected every time. Amazing!
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Joe
Reply with quote  #62 
Are you talking about heritage ford? Because they suck donkey drops. I will never do business with those fks again.
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Bob
Reply with quote  #63 
I was attempting to call Shane because my Cell phone is somewhere else. I got dropped 5 times in 2 hours. At number three I told the operator that she was sending me into a black hole and she was very nice about telling me all she could do was send my call over to the other building. I tried again and then gave up.
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Tom
Reply with quote  #64 
Buy a Subaru from Kinney Motors in Rutland. Great service, friendly, helpful people, and they're open for service appointments on Saturday!
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Joe
Reply with quote  #65 

That made me laugh. I didn't realize Shane was working there....... They still suck donkey drops.


Tom, sounds good and thanks for the referral, but subaru doesn't make a van. I will always own a van.

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Bob
Reply with quote  #66 
I love Vans too, my 1986 Dodge got some love today from a tech who has worked on
carburetors.  It runs great, 360 V8 with a four barrel, very fun to drive. I had several mechanics tell me my steering box needed to be replaced and it was not adjustable. This guy who worked on it showed be where the adjustment screw was and he set it up. Its tight now and handles great. I swear two out of three mechanics are Nimrods. They don't know much. You really need to get second opinions.
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Bob
Reply with quote  #67 
6 of us road Sleepy Hollow last night with two dogs. Pretty good time followed by PBRs in the lot. This is an under used trail system. IT free for Fellowship members and 6 bucks for everyone else. Its pretty long for a private system perhaps 12 -15 miles of trails. Lucy and Juno did fine, kept up and didn't get in the way.
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Shane
Reply with quote  #68 

I let my support staff know about the telephone problem. I honestly get so many calls a day that I can't keep up with the traffic. If you ever need to call me at work my direct line is 865-8174 that rings right to my desk. And yes the Ford side of our business does truly SUCK!

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Bob
Reply with quote  #69 
Why Shane the Ford F150 is the biggest selling truck of all time. Its stellar gas mileage is legendary at 10-11mpg. Its corrosion protection is also unbelievable with guaranteed perforation in 3-4 years. You will need new gas, brake and transmission lines before you need an exhaust system. The oil pan will rust through from the outside. Wait a minute am I talking about a Ford or Chevy? Its like republicans and democrates they are all the same, American cars that is.
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Bob
Reply with quote  #70 
Bobby's pissed no bike ride this weekend. Waaaaaaaaaaa!

Perhaps after work this week, lights will need to be included soon.

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Bob
Reply with quote  #71 
So two rides present them selves. Saturday at 8 in the lot for Chandler Ridge. Sunday in Northfeild tour Berlin pond 2:30pm
More could be but we will have to see.
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Bob
Reply with quote  #72 
Well the ride landscape sucks for people who work 9-5. Its looking like rain again this weekend. This is getting to be a rotten riding fall. FU mother nature!
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Bob
Reply with quote  #73 
Anyone up for a ride this AM? IT looks like rain later and on Sunday.
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Biker Bob
Reply with quote  #74 
Went for a ride in Richmond. Found a great new trail that climbs to the top. Its longer then the old way but its a bit more rideable. Found one tic on me after the ride. Not sure who is building in this area but they good work. Everything is benched and worked. Tons of effort in this new line. 

We came down the old climb and then did the new descent next to the stream. A couple hours riding in the woods is great this time of year. 
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Bob
Reply with quote  #75 
We rode Saxon this afternoon. It was pretty nice in there. We did Tiki god to flow and then climbed to the top on what ever the trail is called. Then went down the fun downhill and revesed Flow back to Tiki God. About 2 hours. Jerome was there and so was Stan. A little chilly but not to bad. We saw quite a few others in there enjoying the woods.



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