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LAKESNAKE said:
The sun is supposed to re-appear tommorow :)
Yes, Annie, the sun will come out...
;)

But I guess we should be thankful for all this moisture. Since it appears it will never rain in Austin again, at least we're getting a little bit of necessary wetness via the fog.

(BTW, City Park is only a wee bit slippery.)
 

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scorpionwoman said:
Yes, Annie, the sun will come out...
;)

But I guess we should be thankful for all this moisture. Since it appears it will never rain in Austin again, at least we're getting a little bit of necessary wetness via the fog.

(BTW, City Park is only a wee bit slippery.)
True. We need a lot of rain in a bad way. Instead we just get enough to make the rocks all slimey. :madman:
 

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Hey Matt-
Thanks for the vid man. Despite the fog reflection in the helmet lamp last night, the trails were in primo condition - rocks were a bit sweaty, but dirt was nicely tacky.

Thanks for that vid! Good memories from that neck of the woods.:thumbsup:
 

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Oh Mr Matt super good vid man!

Did you have to do that?!?!??! I haven't rode all week!! WoRk BlOwS! This weekend is going to rock though! Riding both days!
 

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good weather plus riding equals bliss

I rode that trail today. 73 degrees of bliss. thanks for sharing. It put a smile on my face as well.
 

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Oh Mr Matt super good vid man!

Did you have to do that?!?!??! I haven't rode all week!! WoRk BlOwS! This weekend is going to rock though! Riding both days!
I hear ya Bizz. Work, weather, and a touch of the cold or something had me off the bike all week as well. Crazy ass weather. 32 one day and running the AC the next. Time for some therapy. See ya out there.:thumbsup:
 

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CharacterZero said:
Hey Matt-
Thanks for the vid man. Despite the fog reflection in the helmet lamp last night, the trails were in primo condition - rocks were a bit sweaty, but dirt was nicely tacky.

Thanks for that vid! Good memories from that neck of the woods.:thumbsup:
Night riding in the fog ?...... Nice. Watch out for the "shiny rocks".
 

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Recognized everything but one of the bridges.

We rode that trail this morning. There is a big flat rock under mopac with ~25 degree angle on it. I came flying through the rock garden, popped up onto it and found it was covered with some sort of river slime.

Landed flat on my ass, derailleur side down.

Ouch.
 
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