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Old 06-24-13, 05:50 PM
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My desk today (was blueprinting freshly made parts for tolerance and fit):

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Old 06-25-13, 09:13 AM
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I'm in NYC for work this week.

the hotel


a snack


Union Square


A wall at our NYC office.


Out my window at the hotel.


a slightly scary wifi spot I noted while at SFO. See the network above SFO wifi:
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Oldest trick in the book.

[motor]bacon at breakfast:

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Motorbacon. YES.
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My Woodrup enjoying the west bank of the Hudson River last night:

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Originally Posted by -holiday76
a slightly scary wifi spot I noted while at SFO. See the network above SFO wifi:
That means nothing. Anyone can name their hotspot anything they want. I know someone whose cellphone calls itself FBISurveillanceTeam. Funny, perhaps. Seemingly dangerous too!
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Originally Posted by jimmuller
That means nothing. Anyone can name their hotspot anything they want. I know someone whose cellphone calls itself FBISurveillanceTeam. Funny, perhaps. Seemingly dangerous too!
well, it meant something to me Jim, and that hurts my feelings.
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Originally Posted by -holiday76
well, it meant something to me Jim, and that hurts my feelings.
Sorry. No hurt intended.
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Originally Posted by jimmuller
Sorry. No hurt intended.
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someone over here in New York City forgot their bike frame when they rode away.

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I left my commuter bike at home this morning. It was too nice out to take the bus.



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It's nice to see you posting photos on the forum again, Lamplight.
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Whoa, lamplight--nice work.
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Thanks guys. I'm afraid the vintage bike bug has bitten me again, but so far I'm not having much luck finding anything in my town. But if I do you can be sure I'll post it!
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Old 06-28-13, 08:04 PM
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Old 06-28-13, 08:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Lamplight
Thanks guys. I'm afraid the vintage bike bug has bitten me again, but so far I'm not having much luck finding anything in my town. But if I do you can be sure I'll post it!
Co-op ??
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Every once in awhile I let myself enjoy a freshly baked torpedo... especially when it goes so well with smoked gouda and prosciutto.
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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver
Co-op ??
I checked there the other day, but amazingly there was nothing in my size. I mean, there were plenty of bikes in my size, just not what I was looking for.
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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver
Every once in awhile I let myself enjoy a freshly baked torpedo... especially when it goes so well with smoked gouda and prosciutto.
Oooh that looks fantastic!

Edit: I also JUST noticed your Pugsley has drop bars. Not sure how I didn't see that before, but it's awesome. And naturally I'm a fan of the rear derailleur.
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Originally Posted by Lamplight
Oooh that looks fantastic!

Edit: I also JUST noticed your Pugsley has drop bars. Not sure how I didn't see that before, but it's awesome. And naturally I'm a fan of the rear derailleur.
I just swapped them this afternoon... the flat bars had me sitting too upright and my back was paying the price and after I slammed the stem a little I slammed some Limonatas.

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Originally Posted by Sixty Fiver

Every once in awhile I let myself enjoy a freshly baked torpedo... especially when it goes so well with smoked gouda and prosciutto.
Man I'm going to have to make a trip to the deli tomorrow. Pair that up with a cucumber, onion & tomato salad and that's a perfect summer post bike ride lunch! (looks like I'll be swinging by the produce stand on the way home too lol)
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Today the Pug served as my personal mobility device... went to pick my daughter up from the pet shop and hung out with one of the babies who is pretty fearless.



It was tempting to take the Pug for a spin through the mall after it closed...
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Went for a 26 mile ride, easy pace, as I gave blood yesterday and just didn't have energy...Over to the Gulf of Mexico at Treasure Island, then back across Gulfport, St Pete to Tampa Bay....Gulf to Bay....NO, I did NOT dip my back tire and front tire...NOT that momentous a ride! :-)

Crossing the Itracoastal Waterway onto Treasure Island.

The Beach at Treasure Island

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