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    Biking- Spring Pond

    Well I finally got out for my first realy bike ride this or year(actually first real one in 2 years because i didnt go at all last year) My parents went away and I had nothing to do until the afternoon, so i went up spring pond for a ride. The trail was in really good condition(no trees down, only one river crossing), the only problem was that it was extremely hot. Once i got to the end i noticed my water feel out at the start of the trail , but i was still determined to climb the last hill, but fallied missirably, and had to walk half way up and feel once. Once i turned around i found my water on the first 100 yards of the trail , that water helped... I didnt want to carry a camera so i have no pics except this one i took after of my knee after my awsome fall.
    ill probably go out later this week and try to get that hill with water and without it being extremely hot.

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    oh ya im also hoping to start getting up lynn woods for some biking


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