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Got Married, used the Xtracycle!

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Old 11-13-11, 10:52 PM
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Got Married, used the Xtracycle!

11.11.11 .... was a blast to ride to and from our wedding......was cool once folks put a "just married" on the bike and tied some beer cans!!


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11.11.11 .... was a blast to ride to and from our wedding......was cool once folks put a "just married" on the bike and tied some beer cans!!


Congrats! Your bride is a cutie!
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Congratulations. Are you going to spend the rest of your days hauling her on the back?
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Hehe, no, she's an advid cyclist. We both volunteer at the local Bike Co-op, and she would hate not riding.........Plus, our daughter goes on the back normally! Was a GREAT wedding with many folks cycling to it!! made me proud!!
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Congrats now that's the way to get married.
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Congrats. Perfect venue for you guys too.
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we also had our road bikes above where we said our vows..........yeah, bike dorks.....

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Originally Posted by digthemlows View Post
Hehe, no, she's an advid cyclist. We both volunteer at the local Bike Co-op, and she would hate not riding.........Plus, our daughter goes on the back normally! Was a GREAT wedding with many folks cycling to it!! made me proud!!
In that case double-congrats!

I'm slightly jealous.
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Awesome!!! Congrats!!!
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Just remember, with marriage, unlike bicycles, you only do N+1 once. The algorithm in Python is

Code:
n = 1
while n < 2:
    n = n+1
One wife is plenty. Congratulations, looks like you have a keeper.
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