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I cannot wait for spring


47of74

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We might have some more winter weather coming in this week.  In addition to it getting really fornicating cold this week we also might have some more winter precipitation coming in too.

I am so ready for spring to come now.  I am so fornicating sick of winter.  I need to get off my fat you know what and get riding my bike again.  I need the exercise and I need to resume my nasty and disgusting habit of posting GoPro timelapse videos of my bike ride adventures.

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Maggie Mae

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I highly recommend getting a fat tire bike so you can ride in the winter. 

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HerNameIsBuffy

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12 hours ago, Maggie Mae said:

I highly recommend getting a fat tire bike so you can ride in the winter. 

One of my sons has one of those.  I do get nervous about him biking in winter because we have no bike paths or any bike friendly roads between our home and his work, but he takes the side streets which adds some distance but it's safer.

If only I could get him to stop locking it up in our locked garage because one time, years ago, his sister borrowed his bike without asking.  She doesn't even live at home anymore, but still locking it.  

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      12 hours ago, Howl said:

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    • refugee

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      On 5/11/2021 at 9:39 AM, AliceInFundyland said:

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