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kingtom
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by kingtom

Basilic, ImageImage i see nothing...

But i had a fantastic view this morning Image ImageImage

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basilic
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by basilic

nice, Kingtom!
no idea about these links, I did the same thing as previously, copied the image address from google photos and inserted it in the img field, changed width to 800 so they're not huge.

here is todays 1st pic (I added XXX so you see the code):
[imgXXX]https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/MvsL5 ... eZ=w800-no[/img]

here is the link to pic of grosse scheidegg that people could see:
[imgXXX]https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/dh6Lg ... Mw=w800-no[/img]

and here the links without the XXX; I can see both


here is todays 1st pic :
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here is the link to pic of grosse scheidegg that people could see:
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does some tech wizard understand this?
something about privacy settings maybe?

punk
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by punk

Last sunday
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Spotted this very interesting bike.
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TonyM
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by TonyM

Interesting indeed!!
Was it a paint or was it the material itself?

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ms6073
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by ms6073

Looks like a hardwood wood (Beech wood?) frame with a light stain from herte.
Michael - The Anaerobic Threshold is neither...

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Calnago
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by Calnago

Right here, right now... Kingston, WA
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Was treated to a pod of Orcas on the ferry ride over.
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punk
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by punk

TonyM wrote:
Fri Jul 13, 2018 9:21 pm
Was it a paint or was it the material itself?
Can't say for sure. The darker brown is probably paint.

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themidge
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Calnago wrote:
Sat Jul 14, 2018 12:08 am

Was treated to a pod of Orcas on the ferry ride over.
Tempted to buy an Orbea now? :wink:

Sounds like a killer day out anyway.
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kingtom
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Today Pragelpass again. ImageImageImage

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Miller
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by Miller

Some cosier countryside.

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Calnago
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Cozy countryside is good...
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dgasmd
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by dgasmd

I sincerely hate you people LOL.......

Fantastic picts for sure. Keep them coming. Some of us get to see monotonous roads daily, but there are some perks to each and every one of our addresses. For example, I get to see the most majestic sunrises over the horizon of water, beach and island daily on my way to work. The plethora of colors and peace it bring s cannot be described by any means!!

dmp
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by dmp

Calnago, the chocolate ice cream at that place is fantastic- we were there last month!

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TonyM wrote:
Fri Jul 13, 2018 9:21 pm
Interesting indeed!!
Was it a paint or was it the material itself?
And his saddle position is so high. That looks so uncomfortable to me.
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mrfish
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by mrfish

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A random one from a recent trip to Bayern

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Sihlsee looking SW (a few months back)

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View from the commute. Makes me feel very lucky not to be commuting by bike in London any longer.

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