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dan emery
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 6075
Location: Maine

11/24/18 5:31 PM

Brisk!

Took my car in for new snow tires today, the place was so busy with all the early snow that I couldn't wait, so I hauled my bike down (about 7 miles) rode the bike home and then back to pick up. 13F on the ride down, a little early for that. Felt good though! Fortunately I managed to find my shoe covers.

The only time I fell was walking the bike across a snow bank.

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Pat Clancy
Joined: 13 Jan 2004
Posts: 1350
Location: Manchester, CT

11/24/18 6:52 PM

Brrrr

My extremities blood flow must be poor. I've always been troubled by cold hands and feet, even when properly dressed and working hard outside, say, snow shoveling. But more power to you!

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 16861
Location: Portland, OR

11/24/18 8:21 PM

Practicing for the arctic dip?

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dddd
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 3239
Location: NorCal

11/24/18 8:47 PM

Out here, the first big rain came Wednesday, and had everyone coming out of the auto parts store with wiper blades, on a day that my truck spun-out twice (in two different cities) due to oil on the roads.

Gotta be thankful for it's having put out the big fire, and rid the huge affected area of smoke.
Do I need to replace my car's air filter now?

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