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Thought I'd stop in and say Hi while I'm eating my lunch.

I haven't really had time to do anything but work lately. I've been working 10-11 hr days for the past month or two (I've completely lost track of the days). This is the 2nd time I've seen the internet in months, so of course, I had to come here and open my big mouth.

I got out and rode with Gill yesterday. He's in shape, I'm not. I think I'm still wheezing. But the rainless past couple of months have made the trails really fast, and we had a good time.

I'm going to be in Killington Dec 10-14, and I'm a bit worried about the weather. Hopefully it will get cold enough to be able to open some trails. They'll need space on the hill for 500 instructors plus their regular customers.

Other than work, the rest of my time is spent with the wife and baby. She's 5 1/2 months old now (the baby, not the wife). My how time flys.... But the wife and kid are coming to Killington with me. Should be an adventure. Especially the 11 hour ride :

Maybe I'll make it back here sometime soon. I'm starting to be able to have time to breathe, so as things calm down, maybe I can add to the conversations.

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Good to hear from you again John H. I remember that time well (support unit)
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Hi John
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Wow time does fly. I can't believe she's 5 1/2 months already!! Summer flew by! Good to hear from you.
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Glad to hear that you and the family are well. Enjoy the coming season. I may get a few turns in at Snowshoe when the weather turns. I will let you know when we are heading that way.

Hey, this is the best time to travel with a kid. Leave early in the morning before the sun comes up you can get 6 hours in.


Have a great Thanksgiving we all have much to be thankful for.

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Hey John, thanks for coming up for air and letting us know what's up at your end. Glad to hear you got out to ride with Gill, even if you did feel like a terminal asthmatic. Haven't seen him much in here -- he's still spending time over at mtbr.com, probably because of the weather.

When you get another moment free, would you please post in the gear forum regarding your experience with and impressions of the Intiuitiv 74? Thanks!

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Thanks for the wods folks!

Gonz, I haven't been on any of the Intuitiv line. Sorry.
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