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Old 10-25-09, 05:37 PM   #1
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Sunday Ride

I did 30 miles around the Mount Vernon area today. Weather was perfect -- especially after the washout last weekend and yesterday. It felt great to ride outside after 4 consecutive rides on the trainer.

Foliage isn't at peak yet, but some of the trees were popping. Wish I had a real camera 'cause the iPhone didn't do them any justice.






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Old 10-25-09, 07:32 PM   #2
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I did 30 miles around the Mount Vernon area today. Weather was perfect -- especially after the washout last weekend and yesterday. It felt great to ride outside after 4 consecutive rides on the trainer.

Foliage isn't at peak yet, but some of the trees were popping. Wish I had a real camera 'cause the iPhone didn't do them any justice.





I disagree. The top photo in particular is pretty good. And it makes me regret I've never ridden that trail.
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