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    Fall Colors in the Vineyards

    "The only thing that we learn from torture is the depths of our own moral depravity"

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    Northern Az in the fall....
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    Why a picture of an old abandoned bicycle?
    The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible - Arthur C. Clarke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Why a picture of an old abandoned bicycle?
    Probably just to point out the ecological damage to nature caused by people leaving old unwanted junk in the forest to spoil the experience of us lovers of natural beauty......Ben
    "Only those who fear the truth are compelled to lie..." - Unheralded author...

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    Probably stolen and dumped.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Probably stolen and dumped.
    and maybe the photographer spent all of his money on his camera and could not afford a better one.
    We should never forget the Constitution wasn't written to restrain citizens behavior, it was written to restrain the governments behavior.

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    Looks to be about a $ 2500 bike. But i can't read the manfg.

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    It could be the owner saw something shiney and wandered off.
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    SQUIRREL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    It could be the owner saw something shiney and wandered off.
    Fred

    "Everyday I beat my own previous record for number of consecutive days I've
    stayed alive."

    The fake conversationalist, subpar at best.
    Providing no usable information or value to this or any conversation.
    Can not spell, has limited writing skills and failed reading comprehension.
    Most post contain a great deal of snark, A true indication off no education and well below average intelligence.

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    Highline trail in Sedona.... Not my go pro but I've done it a dozen times....


    https://www.pinkbike.com/video/496349/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    Highline trail in Sedona.... Not my go pro but I've done it a dozen times....


    https://www.pinkbike.com/video/496349/
    Totally awesome! Our bike paths are concrete mostly, there are a few in the state parks with an elevation change of a foot from start to finish. Not a lot of challenges. I had a good bike but my son has it now, I ought to see if I can borrow it back. I don't even know if I can handle any hard stuff but it would do me good to find out.
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    This was one of my favorite trails at UCSC when I lived in Santa Cruz

    https://youtu.be/Mr_9HVSd4OY
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