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Old March 19th 07, 03:56 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike
Craig Brossman
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Default FFTF here we come....

JD wrote:
On Mar 15, 10:59 am, MattB wrote:
JD wrote:
On Mar 14, 4:11 pm, "KLydesdale" wrote:
"JD" wrote in message
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On Mar 8, 6:32 pm, "KLydesdale" wrote:
Finally came up with definite plans for a trip out GJ/Fruita way. As it
worked out, the best timing for my buddy and I was April 25-29, which
coincides with the FFTF. I'll finally get to see some of those trails
I've been hearing about in a.m-b all these years.
It's about time. We'll have to hook up at least for a beer.
Sounds like a plan.
I'm sure there will be an annual Barleywine Ride, which is a great
combo of riding and drinking. This year I'll actually be in
shape...for both.
JD

Not sure how my drinking shape will be but I'll get some rides in
between now and then and at least I should be able to fake it reasonably
well. I even got a reasonable road ride in on Tuesday. Pretty soon, I'll
be able to ride the Signal ridge on the SS which always whips me into
shape. If I can spend the night over there instead of driving back home
like I usually do, maybe I'll even be able to drink some barleywine!

Keep me in the loop, dewd.

Matt



As always, you're looped.

JD


I'm interested, loop me please.

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Old March 19th 07, 11:00 PM posted to alt.mountain-bike
JD
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Default FFTF here we come....

On Mar 19, 6:56 am, Craig Brossman
wrote:
JD wrote:
On Mar 15, 10:59 am, MattB wrote:
JD wrote:
On Mar 14, 4:11 pm, "KLydesdale" wrote:
"JD" wrote in message
groups.com...
On Mar 8, 6:32 pm, "KLydesdale" wrote:
Finally came up with definite plans for a trip out GJ/Fruita way. As it
worked out, the best timing for my buddy and I was April 25-29, which
coincides with the FFTF. I'll finally get to see some of those trails
I've been hearing about in a.m-b all these years.
It's about time. We'll have to hook up at least for a beer.
Sounds like a plan.
I'm sure there will be an annual Barleywine Ride, which is a great
combo of riding and drinking. This year I'll actually be in
shape...for both.
JD
Not sure how my drinking shape will be but I'll get some rides in
between now and then and at least I should be able to fake it reasonably
well. I even got a reasonable road ride in on Tuesday. Pretty soon, I'll
be able to ride the Signal ridge on the SS which always whips me into
shape. If I can spend the night over there instead of driving back home
like I usually do, maybe I'll even be able to drink some barleywine!


Keep me in the loop, dewd.


Matt


As always, you're looped.


JD


I'm interested, loop me please.

--
Craig Brossman, Durango Colorado

Owner/Operator of the Pekingnese Ranch



OK Craig, consider yourself looped.

JD

 




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