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Old 04-07-06, 07:23 AM   #1
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I am heading to Foxwoods for a bachelor party this weekend. So I figure I should bring my bike and checl out the local rails if I can the next day. Anyone have any info about trails in the area.

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Thanks, but the site seems to be down.

While I appreciate site links, I know where to search online to get trail information.

But does anyone have any specific experience with any trails in the area?

How about Pachaug forest? from what I have read it sounds cool

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Thanks, but the site seems to be down.

While I appreciate site links, I know where to search online to get trail information.

But does anyone have any specific experience with any trails in the area?

How about Pachaug forest? from what I have read it sounds cool
from what I have read, you don't sound cool
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from what I have read, you don't sound cool
Thanks. That was helpful.
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Sounds like it's going to be a boring bachelor party if you're going to be able to ride the next day.... But that's just me.
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I'm a big fan of parties that ARE the ride. Then more drunken debauchery afterwards.
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Skiahh...... I am really impressed with how hardcore you are. Party on dude.

oh yeah............we didn't have much money left so we got the cheapest and nastiest strippers we could find. So I'll be sure and say hello to your mother and sister.
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Skiahh...... I am really impressed with how hardcore you are. Party on dude.

oh yeah............we didn't have much money left so we got the cheapest and nastiest strippers we could find. So I'll be sure and say hello to your mother and sister.
Oh good grief, you didn't just pull the oldest and lamest attempt at a flame in the book out did you? If that's the best you can come up with, you really DO need your bike with you... you'll have LOTS of time and energy to ride after any party you'd be attending!

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