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Old 04-12-08, 05:59 PM   #1
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I rode your age today

. . . if you're 64.

It was a beautiful day for a ride to the beach, Here are a few beach pics:





Here are the nudies:



And here is a little fellow I saw along the way:



This ride goes to the north of the space shuttle launch pads. There is no shuttle on the pad now, but it's quite a sight when one is:



It was a pretty good day for a ride.
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Old 04-13-08, 01:08 AM   #2
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It was a pretty good day for a ride

Looks it but don't go off road with the local inhabitants.
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I was there yesterday. It indeed was a beautiful day. Kinda windy. Interested in a ride together send me a private email and we'll set a time.
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Nice pictures, now get out there & ride 3 more miles to hit my age. Don
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Gators and nudies--now THERE"S a combination we all don't get to see on our rides. Rode 60 miles yesterday and all I saw was a dead squirrel and a fellow who had had too much to drink at 10:00am (it wasn't me).
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