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it was supposed to be over 50f today, but didn't get over 40f. needless to say it was a short and sweet ride. just a couple pics for all you snow lovers :laugh:

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uuugh teasing me with the snow again. I want some snow here. All i am getting is cold and flurries.

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uuugh teasing me with the snow again. I want some snow here. All i am getting is cold and flurries.

hahahaha, i'm going back out today and trying to get a vid.

say now, i'd be happy to send you some your way for about 10 degrees more of warmth :yes:

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hahahaha, i'm going back out today and trying to get a vid.

say now, i'd be happy to send you some your way for about 10 degrees more of warmth :yes:

rip a couple of sno nuts for me. :biggrin: I have a video of me doing a couple in one of the monster storms we got here.:no:Actually it was about an inch:aargh:

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