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Old 11-20-11, 07:17 PM   #1
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Sunday eve coming down

Went to Meyers Ranch. This is as scared as I have been in awhile. While much of the trail was snow covered and ice covered one hill didn't have anything in the way of grip. Went down the hill one foot on the ground to keep from falling. Turns out that SPD cleats are good at guiding me downhill hahahaha. While it is "ridable" I will not be back there till a few more inches fall or it melts a little. I don't have pics of the ice hill. Sorry. It also turns out that my SS can easily whoop me. I thought I was getting in better shape..

Dry at the start

Along the way

After the ice hill

One of the fallen trees along the way

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