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Old 01-16-09, 11:10 PM   #1
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Singletrack and 16 deg

Just so I could say I did, I was out this afternoon at a local favorite ride (Loch Raven Resevoir near Baltimore) at 16 degrees above. Quiet, pretty, but feet were a little cold. Saw ten deer and one Great Blue Heron (gone before I got the camera out). Here are a few pictures I took.

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What I ride: 1990 GT Karakoram.
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Not quite frozen across.
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Sunset and singletrack.
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Lots of ice.
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Pretty. Empty.
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Lots of roots.
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Sam's grave. The headstone reads "Here lies Sam a great dog 1975-1989". It's tradition to
pay respects ("Hi Sam") when you pass by.
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Slushy.
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Halfway up Lungbuster.
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The one critter I could get a picture of.

It really was nice, but it helped to be dressed for it.
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