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Old 03-15-13, 05:14 PM
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my day in 3 pictures
i inherited 35 keys this morning about 8 of the actauly do something

what i came home to on break:
-destroyed couch cushions

-guilty dogs
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Originally Posted by RALEIGH_COMP
I'll be across the street at my house. too bad i dont have more bikes, you could park at my house and ride over!

good luck with the crowds, i'm sure you're coming down cause it's spring break for the kids...? same for most schools around here too. Disneyland has the potential to destroy anyone's spirits very quickly when its the busy season. that being said, if you get a chance to take it easy and just leisurely walk around it is pretty good time, especially with the kids. have fun!
Yep, spring break. Tied to the D-II college in our town. My wife and I were just at the Anaheim Convention center 4 weeks ago and my daughter came back from Disneyland for a school trip this past Sunday and she's turning around to do it again. She doesn't mind.
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Old 03-15-13, 08:28 PM
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We'll stop in Redding tonight after 11 - 12 hrs in the van. The kids have done quite well and I've relaxed since my wife decided to drive.

The "bus" in central Oregon:



Had to stop by a Greek Orthodox for some incredible baklava:



Pipe cleaners provided some good entertainment especially for my goofy daughter:



She's the one was irritating her 17 yo brother who, in turn, was irritating her. She asked, "mom, do you have those pills for the car that makes you go to sleep (dramamine)". Reply, "Yes, we have it." I reached to pass one back to her and she promptly said (completely dead pan) , "good, give it to Galen he's irritating." That provided quite a laugh in the car especially since he had his headphones on and didn't hear it.

Mt. Shasta never gets old:

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Paper cutting Exhibition of a female Japanese artist
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Old 03-16-13, 09:44 AM
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St patties day 5k 2012:
70 degrees and sunny

2013:
30 and snowing!
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Old 03-16-13, 01:23 PM
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Originally Posted by 10speedterror
my day in 3 pictures
i inherited 35 keys this morning about 8 of the actauly do something

what i came home to on break:
-destroyed couch cushions

-guilty dogs



Who me!? Couldn't be....


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Went on a nice ride today and brought my camera. I haven't done much winter biking before this year, but this fall before the snow came fate delivered me an old Scott mountain bike. I thought it would be a great winter bike and it has proved me correct. Even without studded tires this has got me through some thick snow. Its heavy as hell but I figure it should get me in good shape for riding this summer.

















yumm, this is why a beater is a good idea for a winter bike.
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Old 03-16-13, 01:49 PM
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Conan, nice pics. That looks like New England. Or it could be anywhere.

How do you clean up your bike after a ride like that?
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Thanks! Its Wisconsin actually. To clean it I leave it outside, then fill up a bucket of hot water and dump it several times. Then I take some de-greaser and spray down the derailleurs and other moving parts. Then dump more hot water. Then bring it in and let it drip dry on the entry way floor,lol. A mess but worth the fun.
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Originally Posted by 10speedterror
my day in 3 pictures

-destroyed couch cushions

-guilty dogs
LOL, at least your bikes are safe with those two.
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Old 03-16-13, 07:07 PM
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Yeah, our dog got into a cushion or two. He kind of outgrew it.


From today's ride.




Edit: For those of you up north, I rode in shorts and a t-shirt today.
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I had a dog reduce a couch to kindling. Like the snow pics, ya'll get more than we do.
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Sixty Fiver, how much snow did you get?

Here is Waffle the greyhound in her favorite place in the world: in the car, with my wife and me. When she's not lying down on the back seat, she has her head out the window, which I allow at speeds of 40 mph and lower.



Here is my wife while we do repairs on the walls and kitchen cabinets. She's standing on a counter top because she's smaller and lighter than I am.

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Originally Posted by noglider
Sixty Fiver, how much snow did you get?
The recent snowfall topped us up to where we have three feet of snow piled up... looks like we got 6 inches of new snow which is laying on top of a frozen and compact base.

The Pug is sitting on that frozen base and we got more snow after I took this picture.
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The front brake on the commuter. Could have ridden today, but the weatherman blew the forecast and the expected sleet is nowhere to be seen.


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a day at the park, not much sun that morning.

and one shot on the trail with the Anaheim Pond, and Angels Stadium in the backround.

and one more from the other side of Angels stadium.
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Day 1 of three at Disneyland and California Adventure

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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver
Another feathered friend... this Jardine parrot is just a baby and is like a hyperactive kitten with feathers.

Our Poicephalus (Senegal):



Unfortunately he got very aggressive when we started having children, so we made sure he went to a loving, experienced home. My husband still misses him.
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Originally Posted by Cattywompus
Our Poicephalus (Senegal):



Unfortunately he got very aggressive when we started having children, so we made sure he went to a loving, experienced home. My husband still misses him.
My baby Talouse...

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Rainbow over Prescott Arizona.

I probably should have posted this yesterday on St. Patrick's Day.
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