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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-04-2011, 03:13 PM Thread Starter
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Went out for a short 15km ride today to ease into spring training. It's been a harsh week at work and I wanted to be back in time for the hockey game.
Here are a few shots from this wonderful day. Heck I even got started on my tan... do you believe it !!




... a real Pitt Meadows Pirate Ship ?

My Rides for the day.




Remember the days of your youth. Care free days when summer seemed to last forever. There was nothing better than to sit in the sun and throw rocks in the water to watch the ripples.

Rather than start a new post. I'll add a few more here from today. Just a quick burn to test a new seat and a few adjustments to the bike.
So this was my weekend.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-05-2011, 03:53 PM
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Great place to get lost in a maze. The first time I rode on the dikes years ago, I got lost. Oh, I knew where I was, I just didn't know how to get back to point A. There are a lot of dikes there and they seem to go helter skelter .
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Yes , you could use a GPS but then that would be no fun !!!
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