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Old 06-07-06, 08:34 PM   #1
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C&O Canal to Remember

I recently purchased a Giant Yukon MTB in order to ride the C&O canal over a weekend this September. Here are some pictures taken by a little refurbished 1.3MP camera 1"x1"x3" during some training rides.
Over 25 years ago I had planned to ride the 184 miles from Cumberland to Washington D.C. but never went. Now it's for a good cause - Altzheimers Association of D.C. If you are interested [btw - not firefox friendly - sorry]
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