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    Another Fine Spring Morning in Maine Pics

    Today was like all the other days we have had in May except it stopped raining so I took my Trek out for a short ride. Experimented with my camera's video while on a straight stretch and tried to post it here but apparently I don't know how. Anyway, was a nice ride. First time in a week.
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    Fuji S10S, Trek 1.1

    "The bicycle, in the hands of a novice, is as alert and acute as a spirit-level in the detecting of delicate and vanishing shades of difference in these matters. It notices a rise where your untrained eye would not observe that one existed; it notices any decline which water will run down." -Mark Twain, "Taming the Bicycle"

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    I could have taken some ugly images on my recent rides in NE Ohio. It seems to be turtle crossing season. The evidence shows that many turtles were not very good at road crossing. I've seen box turtle pieces, painter turtle pieces and smashed snapping turtle carcasses spread over the roadways and shoulders. Iím not sure where they are going, but they are on the move.
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    Things were not that bad here:



    Fuji S10S, Trek 1.1

    "The bicycle, in the hands of a novice, is as alert and acute as a spirit-level in the detecting of delicate and vanishing shades of difference in these matters. It notices a rise where your untrained eye would not observe that one existed; it notices any decline which water will run down." -Mark Twain, "Taming the Bicycle"

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