Holiday
  • So what is everyone doing for the holidays? If I didn't have your answer included in the poll, just add it in comments.

    Stay home with the family
    2
    11%
    Go visit family
    4
    22%
    Work
    1
    6%
    Ride
    3
    17%
    Visit with friends
    1
    6%
    all the above
    7
    39%
    none of the above
    0
    No votes
     
    Total votes: 18
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    wade
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    Holiday

    by wade » Mon Dec 13, 2004 10:46 am

    What are you doing for the holiday?
    Tree....what tree?
  • ev
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    by ev » Mon Dec 13, 2004 4:25 pm

    ride, of course
    today my boss asked if I was willing to teach his 16 year old spoiled offspring to ride, maybe I'll give that a try
    visiting friends? yes, the one that owns the 400acres we often ride on :lol:
    and meet with another one at his friends place to ride there, too
    family? no, would like to, but flying home for the weekend is not an option

    and NO celebration whatsoever, no lights, no tree, no gifts, just one more day off
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    crfsonly
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    by crfsonly » Mon Dec 13, 2004 4:33 pm

    ev...just one day off? 400 acres...not bad. is it wooded or does he have a track?

    ken
  • ev
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    by ev » Mon Dec 13, 2004 5:06 pm

    it used to be a mtb place
    9 or 10 miles of very single track around a little lake,
    rolling hills, tight switchbacks, some trials like rocky sections and a Euro style, pretty neglected mx track
    weekend before last they had an observed trials there
    Sunday we met 6 mountainbikers, 4 trialer, 2 dirtbiker and 1 hunter
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    crfsonly
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    by crfsonly » Mon Dec 13, 2004 5:27 pm

    a hunter? ok...sharing trail with mt. bikers...no problem...sharing trail with hunter, PROBLEM! sounds like a fun place...we should all be so fortunate to have 400 acres!

    enjoy!
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    wade
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    holiday

    by wade » Tue Dec 14, 2004 6:38 am

    Since all my family is in SoCal I will just spend the holidays with friends. We'll ride X-mas day at a buddies house with about 10 acres and on the following day we're going to his families farm with about 2000 acres to ride. Just like ev there will be no trees, lights or gifts. :twisted:
    Tree....what tree?
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    Robo
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    by Robo » Thu Dec 16, 2004 1:45 am

    For me it's a couple of days off - Demember 18th thru January 5th to be exact. Visiting the families on the 24th and 25th. The rest of time I have no real plans, just lots of time to do whatever I want. I think a little football may be in order...

    Ken, Hunters aren't so bad - as long as you don't wear your deer antler helmet and deer skin leathers. Reindeer suits are out too. ;)

    Happy Holidays Everyone! Here's to you and yours! Enjoy!

    Rob
  • ev
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    by ev » Thu Dec 16, 2004 4:01 am

    Robo wrote:Ken, Hunters aren't so bad

    this one actually is a good guy
    he is not only a nice guy, but
    he's the one with the chainsaw and the dozer, keeping the place ridable :lol:
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    05crf150f
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    by 05crf150f » Thu Dec 08, 2005 8:00 pm

    im visiting my frien and were going to go to ocotilla wells for 5 to 7 days, should be fun but then im meetin with the WHOLE family. :evil: LOL
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  • redrider911
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    by redrider911 » Thu Dec 08, 2005 8:12 pm

    think i'll be stuck here shoveling snow. Here it comes again!

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