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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by ottoman, Sep 16, 2008.
New Mark Skinner Library. Manchester.
Girlfriend in tow
Damn! I was just there and didn't get the bike in the photo!
I enjoyed useing the ferry while that was being rebuilt and I was dating a woman in the ADKs
(The new Crown Point Bridge)
That is a hell of a nice bridge. I don't know what you Vermonters had to "donate" to get it, but I appreciate there being an easy route to Tracy Road, Blue Ridge Rd and Ensign Pond Rd.
The crazy part was how quick the old one got shut down—there were folks who drove across it for their morning commute and found they couldn't get home.
And $70 million, apparently, and I doubt that includes the interim ferry cost.
Now, let's see, I've got 48 hours to post a new tag, so no one should mine if I wait until Sunday night, right?
I kid, I kid—here's the new tag:
Clue: If you can Bragg about your Stagecoach, you should be able to find it.
And thanks to maddshaggy for getting me out that way. The farmland is pretty, and I don't often ride out there...and there even are some interesting class four roads and legal trails (and a lot more clay in the soil to make up for the lack of rocky ledges, it would seem).
I know this one! Be there tomorrow!!
Never mind the bridge. What's that front fork you're running?
Is it near this?
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It's a Marzocchi Shiver 50mm inverted fork.
I suppose you're next going to ask what it's doing on a GS, and the short answer is that my bike is the one sherpa set up with one of the motozilla beta kits (full thread here).
Pretty sure this won't work as planned but we'll give it a shot and edit when I get to WiFi. Don't ask.
Or maybe this...
Looks good to me!
Just to keep this moving on such a fine day...
The food there is killer.
Hey, if that's in Warren, Vt, then you were a couple of miles from where my older kids went to high school. Green Mountain Valley school. They got to ski a little as well!