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    New One.......

    Put 2210 miles on it the first month, and now it is snowing. Prey for warmth!!!
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    Originally posted by KBasa
    There you go getting the last word again...


    Sweet Bike!

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    I will have the last word...

    Sa-weet!

    Ian

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    Well, when it snows sometimes you have to do whatever it takes to clear a path on your driveway to get out .


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    Last word??
    Sweet bikes guys!!

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    sfarson, how the heck did you do that, or are you pulling our leg here? Cool picture.

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    Looks like

    he has a mighty fast hand with a broom? (judging by the dirt on top of the snow to the left of the trail....)
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    Well, this is on my way out of the 1/2 mile driveway. Have another 1/4 mile to go . And then I'm rewarded with the lovely county "maintained" road... (think I will stick to the left side of the road here . Pavement is not far away!



    Good observation with the broom. Years of trial and technique... over five inches or so... shovel, otherwise, the industrial push broom!

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