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Old 09-28-12, 08:24 PM   #1
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New fenders on and here's the weekend.

I just picked up my bike from the Trek store complete with new fenders. I've finished day three of jury duty and get to ride this weekend and the sun if going to be out. If only I could've ridden all the times the jury had to leave the courtroom while they discussed the law I could have definitely gone over my 400km I was aiming for. I'll get close and will have to make a smaller goal for October. I did get a couple of hats knitted for donation to the Salvation Army shelter. I'm aiming for at least two next week.

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