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Old 07-13-15, 12:34 PM
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^ Gorgeous bikes! Thanks for sharing

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Had a great weekend over at Bob Freeman's place in North Bend, first for his Vintage Bike Rally on Saturday and the Snoqualmie Valley Trail ride on Sunday. I neglected to bring my camera on Saturday, but fixed that on Sunday. First couple of real rides for over 3 months - went flawlessly; thanks for all the virtual high-fives recently on this thread because I think they helped!

Some pics from the SVT ride follow.

Matt (northbend) and another rider on the SVT:



The group early on in the ride - pavement in North Bend:



Much of the ride is under this canopy. We had beautiful weather all day:



Smooth enough for no-hands riding - but be vigilant!



Sandy's Espresso, where we stopped in Carnation - our turnaround point:



Snoqualmie River with Mount Si in the background:



Group shot:



Thomas arrives in Snoqualmie:



Arriving back in North Bend at the conclusion of the ride:



A fun day out, and it was nice to get 60 miles in a successive days - with no discernable issues - after my 3+ month layoff. Sweet!

The Vintage Bike Rally the previous day was really cool - Alex Moll and northbend were both there and got lots of pics, so I hope they'll share some of those in the coming days. Nice to see you guys again!

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^Looks like a fantastic weekend of riding! Great pics, DD!
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@Drillium Dude is back in the saddle! Glad to hear it; you've been unusually quiet for awhile.

Now get your butt out here to Port Angeles and climb up to Hurricane Ridge with me. (My knee is almost ready to attempt it again.)
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Suddenly got the urge to make another cycling cap. Made the grey one a couple years ago from a thrift store sportcoat, made the plaid one today from an old western shirt, both 100% wool. Got a little sloppy with the stitching, but still satisfied with the result. The brims came from quart size yogurt containers.
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Me and the wife in a '63 Olds - Scammed my way into the 4th of July Parade in my hometown (home of @iab).

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me and my merckx!
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(sorry, couldn't figure out how to post pic directly!)
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Originally Posted by Lascauxcaveman
@Drillium Dude is back in the saddle! Glad to hear it; you've been unusually quiet for awhile.

Now get your butt out here to Port Angeles and climb up to Hurricane Ridge with me. (My knee is almost ready to attempt it again.)
How's late August sound? Got things going on until then, and of course I'll get more miles in my legs in the interim

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Went out crabbing with Alex Moll, his pop and two boys. 19 Dungeness crabs were our reward. Yum!

These are gonna taste great:



Alex and his boys:



Alex's dad:



Looking back from the forward scuttle:



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Originally Posted by norskagent
me and my merckx!
https://instagram.com/p/5NbfROgpj7/
(sorry, couldn't figure out how to post pic directly!)
great pic nonetheless and a very nice Merckx!
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I saw this Buick pull up in front of the Hotel that Lascauxcaveman Manages, a couple weeks back.

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An evening at the beach... it is still pretty bright here at 9pm.



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Originally Posted by ncrnelson
Suddenly got the urge to make another cycling cap. Made the grey one a couple years ago from a thrift store sportcoat, made the plaid one today from an old western shirt, both 100% wool. Got a little sloppy with the stitching, but still satisfied with the result. The brims came from quart size yogurt containers.
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Groceries via the Raleigh Twenty. Switched out the original rack for a black modern rack where I mounted a rear tail light.
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It's been one crazy and frantic spring and summer coaching my daughter in softball. She was on our local all star team which ran a win streak of 5 games this past weekend to win the PNW Babe Ruth Regional 10u tournament. To make it even better my daughter was the tourney MVP and had the most unbelievable game I think I've ever seen in youth sports in the championship yesterday. Proud dad and coach.

Here she is kissing the trophy and hamming it up.

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Originally Posted by scozim
It's been one crazy and frantic spring and summer coaching my daughter in softball. She was on our local all star team which ran a win streak of 5 games this past weekend to win the PNW Babe Ruth Regional 10u tournament. To make it even better my daughter was the tourney MVP and had the most unbelievable game I think I've ever seen in youth sports in the championship yesterday. Proud dad and coach.

Here she is kissing the trophy and hamming it up.

Congratulations on the win and on the MVP. She must be thrilled!
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Old 07-20-15, 11:09 AM
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Originally Posted by scozim
It's been one crazy and frantic spring and summer coaching my daughter in softball. She was on our local all star team which ran a win streak of 5 games this past weekend to win the PNW Babe Ruth Regional 10u tournament. To make it even better my daughter was the tourney MVP and had the most unbelievable game I think I've ever seen in youth sports in the championship yesterday. Proud dad and coach.

Here she is kissing the trophy and hamming it up.

Such wonderful memories!

That a boy, dad.
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...like it's the 60's all over again.


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Originally Posted by thinktubes
Me and the wife in a '63 Olds - Scammed my way into the 4th of July Parade in my hometown (home of @iab).
Is that Dole Ave?
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