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anne-marie wrote: Hi! We are 2 from Quebec and would like to spend easter in Ellicotville for mountain biking. Is it too early in the season? Will the train be open?
Bill would know best, but it is prob too early for a ride still.
As it is, the trail work day on Saturday will be an adventurous one. The weather forecast is calling for a VERY late winter snow storm Easter weekend. With cool temps.
And Caiman, you don't really need to bring anything. Post work lunch and all tools are provided. If you have a fav tool (or fav beers), bring them by all means.
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We have the first work day of the year scheduled for next weekend
(Saturday April 7th - meet at Coolins at 10 AM)
We are 2 from Quebec and would like to spend easter in Ellicotville for mountain biking. Is it too early in the season? Will the train be open?
Please let us know!
We have heard only good things about Ellicotville!!
Should tell you no. Plan on doing lots of riding and less trail work. We won't be campaining Deacon for any more retiever titles, we were training him daily and spending 8 or 9 hours a week driving to places and groups to train with. He's too big to stud anyhow.
Just got my bike back from Pete, did a 1 hr road ride Weds, sweet. That's how it use to act. Dropped 28 lbs since Christmas, half an hour a night on the trainer, diet and 30 minutes on the trainer for every beer.
Maybe I won't break the rear triangle.
Looking forward to seeing the trail work schedule, will make a few of them and do some work on Golden Hill too.
Todd wrote: Asheville will have a high of 74 today and has been dry I hear?!?!?!!?
Would I lie to you about that? Straight from the inlaws, who live in Hickory NC now. About 1 hour east from Asheville. And look at the forecast coming up.
http://www.wunderground.com/cgi-bin/fin ... =asheville
Upper 70's! I'll be there a week ahead of ya, I'll try to save you some of the good weather!
Carolina Blue Skies, Baby!
If I wanted to drive over the hill to Bill's I'd get a full size 4x4 pickup with extra clearance, new tires, a Warn winch with extra cable, a couple of high school linemen and a case of Bud. Maybe to or three cases of Bud, we'd be wasting a lot of time winching and pushing the truck out of the ditches and back on the road.
Nah, I'll wait. Bill is right it will be a couple more weeks.
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