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    Can I live without CCC...

    ...for a whole week? In about 41 hours, I will be off on vacation to the mountains. Cell phone doesn't work (my carrier anyway), no internet, and no office. I'm not trying to rub it in...well, I guess I am a little.
    There are places that still have 20 FEET of snow on the roads! I can't wait!
    Stupidity ain't illegal, but it sure is inconvenient.


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    #2
    Fantastic! Have a great time and be sure to let us know all about it when you return. Me? Jealous? Yep! Have fun!

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      #3
      What????? and leave the beautiful midwest weather of flooding rains, tornados, straight line winds. Whatta r u think'n????

      Have fun anyways.
      If I was meant to have wheels under my ass, what the hell are these legs for?
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        #4
        You CAN survive it. The first 48 hours are the worst. Have fun!
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          #5
          Who has 20 feet of snow? Northern Montana?

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            #6
            Originally posted by Freedom92
            What????? and leave the beautiful midwest weather of flooding rains, tornados, straight line winds. Whatta r u think'n????

            Have fun anyways.
            That's the problem with Indiana weather. While our neighbors about 40 miles north of me got hammered with rain, we are about bone dry where I live. Our rivers and creeks will get their run off but the crops down here need the rain.
            And, yeah, I'll leave it in a heartbeat. I love the low humidity and low temps of the mtns, not to mention their beauty.
            Stupidity ain't illegal, but it sure is inconvenient.


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              #7
              Originally posted by Uncle Peter
              Who has 20 feet of snow? Northern Montana?
              SW Colorado. The one pass we normally take going had about 20 ft on the road a couple of wks ago. Here is a sample of what I have to deal with for a week.

              Stupidity ain't illegal, but it sure is inconvenient.


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                #8
                Let me try that again.

                Stupidity ain't illegal, but it sure is inconvenient.


                Help me support the 2010 Bike MS.

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                  #9
                  Mike ... you just left me breathless.... and that hasn't happened in awhile .. exquisite .... have a wonderful time!

                  Obieone
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Uncle Peter
                    Who has 20 feet of snow? Northern Montana?
                    It's happpening in SouthWest Montana for the last three weeks, and Glacier has gotten hit pretty hard, but us poor bastards down a lil south got hit with it too
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                      #11
                      Heard it snowed up in Snoqualmie Pass, Washington on I-90 just a couple days ago - at only 2500'! They had 577 inches of snow this past season btw. Back in the late 80's I visited my great-grandmother's place in Cedar Hill, New Mexico, just over the border from Durango, CO. Went to Rico, near Telluride to visit another uncle, whereupon I had my first encounter with 3.2% beer (Coors and Colorado, don't ya know), and me and some distant cousins hiked up to the summit of Telescope Mtn (12,218' btw) There wasn't any snow as I recall, but boy it was sure COLD up there! And this was in August as I remember!

                      Hope ya have LOTS of fun and take LOTS of pictures - it'll help with the withdrawal symptoms

                      Tom

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                        #12
                        Hope you have good brakes, a run away chair on those hills could be quite a ride.
                        C2/3 quad since February 20, 1985.

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                          #13
                          Have fun!! I love that part of Colorado. Don't worry about missing CC-like Bethany says the first 48 hours are the hardest. Just make sure you block some extra time to play catch up when you get back.

                          Kathy

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                            #14
                            [quote=Tom]Heard it snowed up in Snoqualmie Pass, Washington on I-90 just a couple days ago - at only 2500'! They had 577 inches of snow this past season btw. Back in the late 80's I visited my great-grandmother's place in Cedar Hill, New Mexico, just over the border from Durango, CO. Went to Rico, near Telluride to visit another uncle, whereupon I had my first encounter with 3.2% beer (Coors and Colorado, don't ya know),

                            Not to go off on a tangent but 3.2%?? In Canada that would be called flavoured water

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                              #15
                              Enjoy the beautiful mountains!!

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