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    Quote Originally Posted by snow white View Post
    Vintage boat races today and tomorrow. This is only a few. I took the youngster so I could only stop and take so many pictures.

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    Charlie would have loved that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03RN View Post
    Charlie would have loved that.
    Was pretty cool. Brought along ear pro for the youngster, it gets loud.
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    The second beaver I saw this evening while paddling my kayak at a local state park. Seemed like it was holding still hoping I wouldn’t see it.

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    Some Saturdays are better then others…

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterb View Post
    Sunday was a 100k ride around Cabot, VT.
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    That looks like a wonderful jaunt. Any idea on grade percentages and overall elevation?
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    Just a quick hike today
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Luthier View Post
    That looks like a wonderful jaunt. Any idea on grade percentages and overall elevation?
    There were a couple of minor differences this year, but this was the route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/14241292 https://www.ridetheridges.com/

    Another one I just did yesterday, with some overlap: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37483861 https://www.peachamfallfondo.com/

    The Peacham route comes back through town at the halfway point. At the fondo that's where there are volunteers handing out slices of homemade apple pie. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lex Luthier View Post
    That looks like a wonderful jaunt. Any idea on grade percentages and overall elevation?
    There were a couple of minor differences this year, but this was the route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/14241292 https://www.ridetheridges.com/

    Another one I just did yesterday, with some overlap: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37483861 https://www.peachamfallfondo.com/

    The Peacham route comes back through town at the halfway point. At the fondo that's where there are volunteers handing out slices of homemade apple pie. :-)

    A bit more color creeping in....
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    Same hike as above. Just the 2 of us today.
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    After the kids went down for their nap I went for a 6 mile trail run.
    Found this beaut
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    Quote Originally Posted by Borderland View Post
    Interesting, for me anyway. I went to Douglas HS (64-67). Never saw Javelina anywhere near a ranch or rural subdivision. There was a season to hunt those and we did that, but the numbers just weren't good enough to have any success. We did have good success with the annual deer hunt though.

    My feeling is Javelina have become a lot like deer in rural areas. Nobody hunts them and they've found a home in peoples back yards. There were 3 deer in my neighbors yard today eating apples. I walked within 20' of them and they never moved away. One, a yearling doe, started to follow me to the house. My neighbors applies are history.
    You’re not wrong.

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