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    Wow, blast of snow

    came off a trip last night at 11pm, dry and green ground only to wake up this morning to the sounds of plow trucks, looks like a good 5-7" on the ground.

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    We've got about the same in my neck of the woods. I was going to go for a run since it's too snowy to ride and then it got really windy. Snow+in my face=sucks so I'll just shovel it all later as my exercise for the day.
    ”Nothing sucks more than that moment during an argument when you realize you’re wrong” - Unknown

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    Light rain, snow here. Kiddo is off school. What to do?
    Maybe a group roller ride with y'all later?
    Live vicariously through yourself.
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    We got 12.1" of fresh snow yesterday. Hope it melts fast.
    "I felt bad because I couldn't wheelie; until I met a man with no bicycle"

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    Damn. That sucks. Can't wait for winter to run out of snow.

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    After shoveling and half way building an igloo with my nephew, I'm waiting for the snow to disappear so I can ride my new bike!
    ”Nothing sucks more than that moment during an argument when you realize you’re wrong” - Unknown

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