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i needed to get out the other day and i decided to take my ct90 for a spin. just a short ride along a little path, green and beautiful.

starting out at the local Senior Home... not for me yet.
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a friendly salamander that wasn't as excited about my ride
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the neighbors saying hi
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taking a short rest
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and one shot for the admiral... just admiring the GREEN hills
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and a later ride with my best buddy.
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Did you coastal types get sufficient rain to make satisfy mhomadnes's mud puddle cravings? Joemama's rides lately have been getting like the Goldilocks story...one ride too cold and icy, next ride too hot and dusty. Maybe next will be just right.:)
 

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The slightly inter coastal area is now ready for a real puddle scuddle. We are officially out of the drought and the lake hit the full mark yesterday. My home sets in a rain shadow and gets about half the rain of surrounding areas and we are near the yearly average already.
 

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Joemama has a very beautiful home and landscaping above Clear Lake. Glad it didn't get burned up last year nor washed away this year. Country living has its challenges at times, just ask the bears who try to get inside his house.
 

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I just read that one of our favorite sections to ride, Twin Valley Road, is closed due to a mud slide. I would think that some of the water crossings would make it impassable after all this rain. On second thought, we can just call it a Fred easy trail.
 
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