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Old 12-25-08, 01:01 PM   #1
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Merry Christmas!

Ho! Ho! Ho! The one day in the year when a true Clydesdale gets some respect! Way to go Santa.
A great Christmas morning up here in the Adirondacks: 22 F, 2" of fresh snow and nobody on the roads. So out on the mountain bike for an hour - nothing but the sound of my tires ssshhhhssh-ing thru the fresh snow. Oh, and I got back my 1973 Gitane Tour de France yesterday after having a major overhaul done at Placid Planet - thanks Kelly and Kenny, the bike looks great! Here's a couple of pics. Cheers. and a Merry Christmas to all
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Old 12-25-08, 01:30 PM   #2
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Correct you are sir, it is a Merry Christmas indeed. I had a nice 8 mile ride trough town.
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