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    Snow Ride Fans?

    Given the chance there is nothing like leaving the first set of tracks on any surface, especially snow.
    Here is a quick video jot after Saturday's snowfall.
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    another fantastic fred video... livin the life on a little bit 'o heaven.

    ride on!
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    So nice.
    Ya gotta flip that camera around to the rear of your bike for a minute or two so we can see the Pup (Pups) running after you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Given the chance there is nothing like leaving the first set of tracks on any surface, especially snow.
    Here is a quick video jot after Saturday's snowfall.

    Nice. If you splice our two snow video's together, most people wouldn't even be able to tell they were recorded hundreds of miles from each other. I wish we would live closer together so we could get into more TW mischief.

    Our newer dog Roscoe love bounding in the snow just as your two dogs do!
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    Cool Fred! Video reminds me of a desert race out at Moonrocks back in the 70's. There was about 6" of snow. It was surprising how fast you could go on the straights but cornering was tough. Also there were patches of ice under the snow from a previous rain that made things interesting. Good to see you out enjoying the winter wonderland.
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    Thanks for the 40,000th "like" Admiral!
    Indeed your Frosty Hollow looks like it could be right around the corner from here. Wish I was closer too so as to share more riding adventures with you, Lori and more of the rides from the NW. We've done a few together and always wish for more.
    My snow tends to melt away as winter has a more casual grip here. A few days of sun and bare ground returns for more T-Dubbery like this from 2 weeks ago:
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    Ooopsski, izvinite za saundtrek tovarishcha.
    That one needs re-editing, garbled
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    Russian Rap. I listened to it last night and that's what the "muzak" sounded like. The single track it excellent.
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