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    Today's ride photos.

    Hazy hot and humid. In the 90's for a while. You can even see the haze in the distance.

    Formal bike parking?







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    Quote Originally Posted by 2manybikes
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    nice - public or private land on either side?
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    Quote Originally Posted by markhr
    nice - public or private land on either side?
    Some of each. It passes through four towns. The path itself and the grass on both sides are a state park and maintained by the state.

    Everything you see in that photo is state park. Not far past the trees on the left is private back yards for houses. It's a suburban neighborhood. Some woods on the right. That's part of a state park too.
    It's an old railroad track, in some places it's water on both sides. The night time photo in my sig. is an old railroad bridge covered with wood, on the same path.
    They are all around here. (New England).
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2manybikes
    Some of each. It passes through four towns. The path itself and the grass on both sides are a state park and maintained by the state.

    Everything you see in that photo is state park. Not far past the trees on the left is private back yards for houses. It's a suburban neighborhood. Some woods on the right. That's part of a state park too.
    It's an old railroad track, in some places it's water on both sides. The night time photo in my sig. is an old railroad bridge covered with wood, on the same path.
    They are all around here. (New England).
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    That lady is...walking her dog...?

    Weird.


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    Quote Originally Posted by M_S
    That lady is...walking her dog...?

    Weird.

    It does look horribly wrong, doesn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by donnamb
    It does look horribly wrong, doesn't it?
    I was wondering, where do you go to get fresh dog heads around here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by oopfoo
    I was wondering, where do you go to get fresh dog heads around here?
    Why Bailey's of course.

    Nice pics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M_S
    That lady is...walking her dog...?

    Weird.

    Quote Originally Posted by donnamb
    It does look horribly wrong, doesn't it?


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    BTW I found a cell phone on the ground. Called "mom" on the speed dial. She came to get the phone and had in the car........




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    Quote Originally Posted by 2manybikes


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    BTW I found a cell phone on the ground. Called "mom" on the speed dial. She came to get the phone and had in the car........




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    Abuse, I tell you, abuse...
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    Abuse, I tell you, abuse...
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