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The forecast for 30 mph winds today was blown, ha ha ha.

So what else does one do? Go out on a ride. And on that ride, I decided to add a loop on Marshall Mesa. I didn't venture over to High plains or the Doudy area so I can't speak of that. But I can say it was great not having the wind.

I can also say that there are many muddy spots; so it's best ridden early while frozen--and remember, don't skirt around the puddles.







(PS: Even as I post this, the forecast is for high winds yet the wind speed has only increased to 5 mph. I guess it's coming this evening--get out NOW)
 

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agreed, 'twas a good calm before the storm lunchtime ride (south of you).
i shoulda worn short sleeves, in fact. ;)

Boulder And Jefferson Counties Below 6000 Feet/West Broomfield County
Wind Advisory:
Issued at: 10:30 AM MST 12/29/08, expires at: 10:00 PM MST 12/29/08
High wind warning in effect from 6 pm this evening to 11 am mst Tuesday,
The NWS in denver has issued a high wind warning, which is in effect from 6 pm this evening to 11 am mst tuesday.
The high wind watch is no longer in effect.
 

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i rode the same short loop last night figuring it might be starting to freeze. no such luck. the mud was kind of heinous, and the wind was so strong i had to walk the last little bit up to the ditch trail.

strangely enough, i ran into some hikers.:crazy: :eek:ut:
 
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