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2014-05-17 5:20 AM
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Hey, it worked! And I like the first one so much I might make it my profile pic if I can 

 

-That worked, too! This is the home straight after the big hill for most of my rides, our place is down the road and to the left. I like this view 



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Hmm, worked on the pc but not when viewed on the tablet. I'll have to try and figure that out, maybe in the morning...

2014-05-17 6:59 AM
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Hey, it worked! And I like the first one so much I might make it my profile pic if I can 

 

-That worked, too! This is the home straight after the big hill for most of my rides, our place is down the road and to the left. I like this view 




Wow. That's picturesque. How are the temps?

Just got back from my ride in suburbia through a county park. It's nice, but pales in comparison! Did see a gator floating by, though!
Thought to stop for a pic but then decided to just keep pushing through.
2014-05-17 10:55 AM
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Here's an attempt to attatch some pics of where I often ride. Open country roads last Sunday morning




Beautiful! I have trouble posting from my iPad too.
2014-05-18 11:30 PM
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Wow. That's picturesque. How are the temps? Just got back from my ride in suburbia through a county park. It's nice, but pales in comparison! Did see a gator floating by, though! Thought to stop for a pic but then decided to just keep pushing through.

Temps are good at the moment, a mild early winter, consistently 15-25 degrees C (59-77F) though will be dropping to what we consider "freezing" soon. Dunno about seeing an alligator...if I saw a croc here I wouldn't be stopping for a pic, I'd be pedalling as fast as I could then selling the house and moving down south. Those things are scary!

2014-05-19 11:17 AM
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Originally posted by Taringa

Wow. That's picturesque. How are the temps? Just got back from my ride in suburbia through a county park. It's nice, but pales in comparison! Did see a gator floating by, though! Thought to stop for a pic but then decided to just keep pushing through.

Temps are good at the moment, a mild early winter, consistently 15-25 degrees C (59-77F) though will be dropping to what we consider "freezing" soon. Dunno about seeing an alligator...if I saw a croc here I wouldn't be stopping for a pic, I'd be pedalling as fast as I could then selling the house and moving down south. Those things are scary!




My new mantra will be: "Don't be gator bait! Don't be gator bait!" LOL


2014-05-19 9:48 PM
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Mike

We are archived , any chance you could re-apply and re-open the group????

Please Please!!!

Thanks Thanks

2014-05-20 7:44 AM
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Mike

We are archived , any chance you could re-apply and re-open the group????

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Will do. I haven't been keeping up with the general forum and didn't notice. Sorry.
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Ok. Our group is in the staging area. You can find it here.

http://www.beginnertriathlete.com/discussion/forums/thread-view.asp...

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