Glorious ride



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MPD Blue

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What a absolutely PERFECT day called my wife, Mom and Grandma to wish
them a Happy Mothers day on a bright sunny morning, 76°F, Dew Point:63°F
Humidity:60% Vis:10.0 miles, just a slight breeze to keep the bugs away.

6.5 miles of buff, hard pack, (deserted) single track followed by a 1.5
mule run on the paved path (with lots of yummy mommies ;-) follow it
all with a ice cold Michelob. And it's not even 10:00am yet. I tell ya,
a person could get used to this kind of living, ayah.

--
John G. in Memphis, TN
Time to go work on the new homestead.
"June One, June One, June One, June One"
 
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Stephen Baker

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MPDBlue says:

> followed by a 1.5
>mule run on the paved path


THey run mules on the road down there? Strange...

> (with lots of yummy mommies ;-)


Oh, THAT kind of mule run. ;-)

>I tell ya,
>a person could get used to this kind of living, ayah.


Ain't that the idea?

Steve
 
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MPD Blue

Guest
Stephen Baker wrote:

> MPDBlue says:
>
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>>followed by a 1.5
>>mule run on the paved path

>
>
> THey run mules on the road down there? Strange...
>
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>>(with lots of yummy mommies ;-)

>
>
> Oh, THAT kind of mule run. ;-)



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>>I tell ya,
>>a person could get used to this kind of living, ayah.


> Ain't that the idea?


Actually, I only planned to stay here for 4 or 5 years, but this city
does have _some_ redeeming qualities despite the lack of single track.


--
--
John G. in Memphis, TN Have a nice......... night.
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Marty

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"MPD Blue" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> What a absolutely PERFECT day called my wife, Mom and Grandma to wish
> them a Happy Mothers day on a bright sunny morning, 76°F, Dew Point:63°F
> Humidity:60% Vis:10.0 miles, just a slight breeze to keep the bugs away.
>
> 6.5 miles of buff, hard pack, (deserted) single track followed by a 1.5
> mule run on the paved path (with lots of yummy mommies ;-) follow it
> all with a ice cold Michelob. And it's not even 10:00am yet. I tell ya,
> a person could get used to this kind of living, ayah.
>
> --
> John G. in Memphis, TN
> Time to go work on the new homestead.
> "June One, June One, June One, June One"
>


John,

In two para's you pretty much summed up my main reasons for riding;
getting out in great weather, riding great trails, and watching the "wild
life"
on occasion. Oh yeah, and not feeling guilty about beer before lunch!!

I don't know whether to be scared or thankful.

Marty (married to "one hot momma")