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Old 02-07-13, 09:10 AM
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Awesome pictures, and you're a cute couple, too.

You're missing a huge snow storm this weekend. Predictions are that it might be historic!
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Originally Posted by noglider
Awesome pictures, and you're a cute couple, too.

You're missing a huge snow storm this weekend. Predictions are that it might be historic!
Thanks Tom Figures when I am away it snows. I'm missing out on some XC skiing!

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Awesome pics, Kevin! Did you visit the jail (gaol) in Wicklow?
Thanks! More pictures to come. Unfortunately, we just drove by it and did not stop!


Off to Trier Germany for the day today, then Holland this weekend
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Shots of and from the new pedestrian/bike bridge that opened in Louisville today.





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Shots of and from the new pedestrian/bike bridge that opened in Louisville today.


That's a great picture of the city just waking up. Are bikes allowed on the bridge? It appears to be all walkers.
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That's actually sunset; this new camera is nice. Yes, bikes are allowed and are supposed to take the center while pedestrians stay to the left and ride. Dogs allowed as well although last night there was dog s**t everywhere. There is a special place in hell for people who don't clean up after their pets.

Indiana hasn't completed their ramp yet so the bridge doesn't connect the two states yet. It's expected to be completed this summer.

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A hawk visited our backyard this morning.

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My 8th grader will be psyched when he gets home - his new baseball glove showed up. He ordered it with high school colors anticipating his moving up to that level next year.

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Wonderful photography, Colonel!

Love your hawk, leftthread.
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This thread is really delivering lately great pics guys
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I went out for a post-work ride this afternoon and spotted some caterpillars and chrysalides on a small shrub. The butterfly is so rare and ostentatious, they named it after an Italian road bike I've never seen the butterfly in the wild, but there were about 60 chrysalides here, so I'm going to go back every day for a while.



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I put up the cash on some California made goodness which I received tonight. Converting a bike over from some old Italian sidepulls whose rear didn't quite have the right reach, I'm still going to need a few bits of hardware to make these work on my bike.



These are absolutely flawless in every way.

It almost seems silly to spend 3x the cost of the bike on something that's specifically designed to make it go slower...
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Not if they stop your bike fast enough to avoid major damage 3 times.
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riding home from work friday evening...
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Just got back from Delft and Amsterdam! I'll share more pictures later, but here is a shot of me riding in Delft

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Had some weather! Power is back on! Only 4 days....many still without power!
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Very nifty, Justin! What is it?
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Like that shot too. First governors' house?
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I ride by that facade often and didn't know its significance. I looked it up today and here's what I found. It's called the Heigold Facade and was moved recently across River Road to make way for luxury condos. It's in an area that used to be referred to as The Point. It's only a few hundred yards from Eva Bandman Cyclocross Park.

According to the Encyclopedia of Louisville, Christian Heigold, a German immigrant and stonecutter, came to Louisville before 1850. He built a home near the river in an area called The Point near what's now called Butchertown. It was erected around the time of the Civil War at a time of intense anti-immigrant sentiment. Heigold carved into the stone facade patriotic inscriptions and images to show his patriotism to his adopted homeland, including one of George Washington. Heigold died in 1865 and his son Charles lived there until his death in 1925.
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Golden goodness.

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Last Friday's snowfall.





My wife, holding a chocolate pig.

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Golden goodness.

Yummy.

I had some vintage honey on the weekend... it was put away 30 years ago when my aunt and uncle were raising bees on their farm.

I always buy local honey, last year's supply was predominantly wildflower which was excellent.
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