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    sunvalleylaw

    The weekend Thread

    For us, Anneka, my youngest, has soccer today in Boise, and my wife is taking her while I and the boys stay here. We will ski. Tomorrow, we will all

    sunvalleylaw Yesterday, 08:26 AM Go to last post
    Brian Krashpad

    The weekend Thread

    So, on this weekend's agenda: watching Premier League footie this a.m., as the relegation battles loom. Then off to sell the Gibby gigbag that my SGJ

    Brian Krashpad Yesterday, 07:59 AM Go to last post
    sunvalleylaw

    The weekend Thread

    Looking at your photos, it makes me want to do one of these rides again. I love supported multi day group rides. Been a long time though. There was

    sunvalleylaw April 18th, 2014, 02:38 PM Go to last post
    Brian Krashpad

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    I've got about 3 to 5 pounds on you, but the differential to my high school soccer-playing weight is the same.

    Difference: you're exercising

    Brian Krashpad April 18th, 2014, 01:55 PM Go to last post
    Tig

    The weekend Thread

    A photo of day 1. I'm about 160, 30 pounds above my racing days average weight. Losing just half of that would help on the climbs!

    Tig April 16th, 2014, 06:25 AM Go to last post
    Tig

    The weekend Thread

    Yep, it was fun. I haven't ridden more than 60 miles at a time in 2 decades, concentrating mostly on short, high intensity stuff like MTB and track races.

    Tig April 15th, 2014, 11:11 AM Go to last post
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  • Epiphone Sorrento

    Epiphone 50Th Ann.

    The 50th Anniversary "1962" Sorrento E452TDN Outfit features a laminated maple top and body, a mahogany neck with a 1960s SlipTaper™ profile, a rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, 20 medium jumbo frets, historically accurate binding and tortoise style pickguard, and Gibson USA mini-humbuckers. Like the Casino, the Sorrento is a completely hollow design that makes for a lightweight guitar with a wide range of tones.

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      Looks like a great axe to play some T Bone Blues ! I like the "Old style" headstock
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