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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-12-2007, 05:17 PM Thread Starter
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60 Degrees

Well the temp reached 60 degrees today, and I cant get the 750 out of the shed because there are still a few inches of snow on the ground. Twas a good day for a spin.
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Quick get a snow blower and cut a path.

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62F tommorow, followed by week of rain.

i think i'm geting sick already and tommorow it will probably be even worse so i might not be able to get to work. lol

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62 degrees here in Jersey yesterday! I took a ride to Long Valley and Tewksbury, throught the winding hills. Tomorrow is supposed to be just as nice, so I may take the bike to work...my co-workers will get a kick out of that!
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It's a chilly 80 degrees here today. Can you say going "home" for lunch to acquire alternate form of transportation? Yeeeehaawwww!!!
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Yesterday a high of 82 to day 81 OMG Spring has sprung in northern California!

And my bike is in peices
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post #7 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-13-2007, 12:57 PM
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63 this morning with a max of 79-82. Guess what I took to work this morning!!!

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And my bike is in peices
Mine too And it's just above 70 here today.
You folks just gotta rub it in, don't ya !!?? LOL

Maybe I should ride the dirtbike to work !!


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75 in Chicago, I'm on 2 wheels YYEEE HHHHAAAAAA

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We're practically in a drought, so I guess the rain we've had for the last 2 days is needed, but now I'm itching to get out and ride again....

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