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Old 07-21-13, 03:14 PM   #1
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I haven't forgotten Bike Forums

I haven't forgotten Bike Forums. I've just been having too much fun riding my bike to post.
But I'll be back at work and bored soon, posting away.
In the meantime, here's where MyLilPony and I have been riding.


Oregon - the Gorge by ccorlew, on Flickr


MyLilPony at the summit overview by ccorlew, on Flickr


Cycle Oregon weekend bike camp by ccorlew, on Flickr
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Ah yes, I recall that you're a college teacher. I guess June, July, & August are the best reasons to be one.
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The Old Columbia River Gorge road must be a beautiful one to ride on. I have driven it a few times on my way to the waterfalls, gorgeous place to visit.

Is the covered bridge in the same area or from the Willamette Valley?
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Nice pictures. Thanks for posting, and for not forgetting BikeForums.
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The Old Columbia River Gorge road must be a beautiful one to ride on. I have driven it a few times on my way to the waterfalls, gorgeous place to visit.

Is the covered bridge in the same area or from the Willamette Valley?
http://web.oregon.com/covered_bridge...es/larwood.cfm
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Is the covered bridge in the same area or from the Willamette Valley?
It was on the ride out of Corvallis for the Weekend Cycle Oregon.
http://app.strava.com/activities/67173224
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It was on the ride out of Corvallis for the Weekend Cycle Oregon.
http://app.strava.com/activities/67173224
Thanks. I love these covered bridges (remember The Bridges of Madison County?) and this one looks particularly nice with its open sides.
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hey curtis -- i see you were in my new 'hood in Portland. stopped back by the norcal forum on a whim and your thread title caught my eye

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