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    Quote Originally Posted by northbend View Post
    Splendid, as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noglider View Post
    This is the house we've lived in for ten years. We're going to put it on the market in a few weeks. I'm going to miss it terribly.

    You moving Tom? Renting a tractor trailer to move all your bikes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djkashuba View Post
    French bike Monday...


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    Val Dieu abby


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    landscape pic on the fly


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    April 23rd and this is what I wake up to.




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    Quote Originally Posted by noglider View Post
    This is the house we've lived in for ten years. We're going to put it on the market in a few weeks. I'm going to miss it terribly.

    That is a whole lot of house! Just the two of you in there? Good luck with your sale. My wife and I are selling too.... but our home could probably fit in your living room.
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    Spring time in FL



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    Quote Originally Posted by rootboy View Post
    You moving Tom? Renting a tractor trailer to move all your bikes?
    Yeah, we're moving back into Manhattan, and we have a little home in the countryside in High Falls, NY. I've been shedding bikes. I brought a big pile-o-bikes to the new cop in Newark. I'll have about two keepers in Manhattan and the other five or so in High Falls. The High Falls place has two big barns.

    Quote Originally Posted by mkeller234 View Post
    That is a whole lot of house! Just the two of you in there? Good luck with your sale. My wife and I are selling too.... but our home could probably fit in your living room.
    Yeah, too much for us. Both girls are on the west coast. Younger daughter, now in Washington State, will crash with us after her summer adventures in Europe. Then she'll establish herself in or near NYC. The older one will probably settle in San Francisco.
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    ^Cobrabyte~ Your dog looks so happy!

    My bro took this picture. He was covering the Sea Otter Classic held at Laguna Seca raceway. Here is a link to more pictures: https://matthew-hintz.squarespace.co...-otter-classic


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    Quote Originally Posted by Conan View Post
    ^Cobrabyte~ Your dog looks so happy!

    My bro took this picture. He was covering the Sea Otter Classic held at Laguna Seca raceway. Here is a link to more pictures: https://matthew-hintz.squarespace.co...-otter-classic
    cool. That was this past weekend. I did the Grand Fondo last year. Couldnt make it this year, plus I'm probably not in good enough shape at the moment.
    Mmmm, bicycles.

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    last weekend in Sonoma, Ca

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    seen in the center market square of Sonoma.

    Mmmm, bicycles.

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    Whoa. Great pic Cobra. Love the tire marks on that apron. Those colors and shapes make the shot. Fabulous picture.


    Edit: Damn. Your brother is good.

    Thanks for that link.
    Last edited by rootboy; 04-23-13 at 04:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wikipedia
    Jury rigging refers to makeshift repairs or temporary contrivances, made with only the tools and materials that happen to be on hand. Originally a nautical term, onsailing ships a jury rig is a replacement mast and yards improvised in case of damage or loss of the original mast.[1]




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    Setting up a Pro-Ject Debut turntable at work. Carbon invasion

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    My dads '65 Ford Falcon full restoration with lots of mods. He works at our local airport hence the access to the great background.

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    ^^^

    Gorgeous Falcon cobrabyte. What's your dad running? I think some of them came out with a pretty beefy stock engine to compete with the Chevy Super Sport stuff.
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    Got a new job about a month ago. The place is kind of a mess but I'll get it all organized and cleaned again when there is some downtime. I've seen some nice vintage stuff come in in the first few weeks. Did a complete overhaul/restore on the Ross that is pictured, it came out wonderfully. A Raliegh Technium, a few others. I've been letting people that come in know I specialize in vintage, which is already starting to bring them back with their nicer bikes for me to look at


    Threadless headsets and hydraulic disk brakes everywhere! Even some Di2, it has been a bit of a learning curve to work with all of the new stuff, but I think I've picked it up quicky. Mostly doing bike builds and service.




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    Quote Originally Posted by 23skidoo View Post
    ^^^

    Gorgeous Falcon cobrabyte. What's your dad running? I think some of them came out with a pretty beefy stock engine to compete with the Chevy Super Sport stuff.
    Thanks I agree, its a beauty. It originally had a blah faded white paint job with a rough baby blue interior, kind of a grandma car with a 6 cylinder, that has been swapped to a 302 V8. In the spirit of old school hot rodding he did all of the work on the car himself, and every modification was done using parts from swaps with other car guys or parts from the junk yard. Kind of a sleeper build

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    KvltBryce, that place is huge! I guess things are spread out in the west. How are you enjoying the new place?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cobrabyte View Post
    My dads '65 Ford Falcon full restoration with lots of mods. He works at our local airport hence the access to the great background.
    Oh man, makes me really miss mine. Had a '65 Futura 2-door hardtop in high school. Sold it when I got married 25 yrs ago to buy some furniture. The car and 289 were indestructible. The guy who bought it re-did the car and repainted from brown to two tone teal/white and added the same wheels as this one. I've put a call into him that I'm willing to buy it back if he ever wants to sell.

    Congratulate your dad on an excellent job with this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noglider View Post
    KvltBryce, that place is huge! I guess things are spread out in the west. How are you enjoying the new place?

    It's been a great learning opportunity so far, and it has only been a month! All the people are work with are pretty class acts as well, it's a fun environment. I am becoming a way more proficient mechanic.

    The 40-60 percent discount on bike stuff is always a plus too
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