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Bird feeder in October

Nice little storm:

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post #2 of 5 Old Nov 1st, 2011, 6:03 pm
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Re: Bird feeder in October

very nice.....are you saying that you are done riding for the year ?? I see you put chains on your bike...how does that work ???

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very nice.....are you saying that you are done riding for the year ?? I see you put chains on your bike...how does that work ???
Not done riding, Gerbings, ya know.

Chains = dayhem good traction.
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Re: Bird feeder in October

Same little storm down here!! Still to many wires hanging about to go riding down this way, Curtis.

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post #5 of 5 Old Nov 7th, 2011, 10:04 pm
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Re: Bird feeder in October

Not that fast, Curtis!

I got my power back last Thursday, so suffering from apparent cabin fever, rode up to your neighborhood for an overnight weekend jaunt.

Vermont roads were pretty clean by now, a week after the storm: all dry pavement - just a little snow on the shoulders and in the fields. It was a great riding weather.

So hopefully the October snowstorm was a non-event in VT after all. However, I saw how badly you guys got hammered by Irene. Awful.

Regards, Robert.

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