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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by wnyrider View Post
    On another note: Trekhawk is that a cone on Fergus' head?!
    Yep and it comes off today thank goodness. Looks a bit like a halo in that shot but take it from he is no angel...gorgeous but no angel.

    Glad everyone liked the shots. The area we live in is growing on me but I still get my heart strings pulled when I see mountains and pine trees on the TV. Northern California was such a pretty place to live that it really will be hard to beat for scenery.
    Last edited by Trekhawk; 11-08-2009 at 03:08 PM.
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  2. #32
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    How beautiful! So lush and green. What a great place!

    The leaves have lost their luster and it's turning from vibrant fall to brown, dreary winter here.

    Maidei, if you do this the right way, you could enjoy summer everyplace you visit all the way around the world!

  3. #33
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    movin

    Cyclegoddess..are you ready for ms Maidei? I believe she's going to make an appearance in Canberra soon!

    Let's see, will she meet the PM


    BTW...the only reason Perth's so green atm is because of all the ($($($( rain we received over our winter. At least our weirs are at a nice capacity!

    Can't say the same for those over east though. Bushfires are already burning in Vic

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    Im taking our girl to Parliament house, hopefully she can meet the Pm and get us some more cycling paths!
    I will try to make her a helmet.
    Im not sure how to get the pics to post here though. Photbucket wont let me in( I screwed it up!)

    Love that Perth beach, sigh
    Conquering illness, one step at time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cylegoddess View Post
    Im taking our girl to Parliament house, hopefully she can meet the Pm and get us some more cycling paths!
    I will try to make her a helmet.
    Im not sure how to get the pics to post here though. Photbucket wont let me in( I screwed it up!)

    Love that Perth beach, sigh
    Glad to hear she arrived safe and sound.
    The most effective way to do it, is to do it.
    Amelia Earhart

    2005 Trek 5000 road/Avocet 02 40W
    2006 Colnago C50 road/SSM Atola
    2005 SC Juliana SL mtb/WTB Laser V

  6. #36
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    Quote Originally Posted by cylegoddess View Post
    I will try to make her a helmet.
    Oh, this is going to be fun
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    I had to look up Canberra - it looks like it would be a great place to visit. Maidei is so lucky . . . I found a picture of the bike path to Weston Creek (look! the guy's riding on the left side of the lane!) and I want to be there, right now:



    And here's the Wikipedia article: upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/9e/BikepathCanberra.jpg/800px-BikepathCanberra.jpg

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    wow... elevation change on a MUP... you sure don't see that around here!
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    Does Maidei need someone to escort her round the capital of New Zealand? Happy to take her for a spin round Wellington if she's keen. Though I'll have to make sure she's firmly attached given how windy it's been here lately.

  10. #40
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    nz

    Cyclegoddess-you can still post the photos, just minimise them....Do you have Nero or Picture manager???

    Pip-Millienz's organizing the NZ tour, give her a heads up.

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    Ive now got them on flikr. A link but they wont show up until you go to the link. I shall have to see if I can get Nero or whatever. Will be taking maidei on her ride, this weekend
    And yes, nice rides in wetson creek. Try Belconnen lake.Thats where I ride.
    Conquering illness, one step at time.

  12. #42
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    Cyclegoddess, try Microsoft Picture Manager which comes with Microsoft Office software. There is a resize function.

    Otherwise, we would be happy with your flickr link if other solutions are too frustrating for you.
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  13. #43
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    Maidei in Canberra, ACT , Australia

    G'day! Maidei here! I have made it to the ACT, and am now in the capital which is called Canberra.
    Cyclegoddess and I rode to Parliment house!
    (http://www.flickr.com/photos/42034117@N08/)

    First, I visited Parliament house. It was a nice ride there, although pretty hot! Im used to it though, as my country was hot too!

    Then I met some British tourists who wanted some photos with me.They liked my bike!

    Cyclegoddess and I saw a tent down on Parliment lawn, so we decided to go check it out.

    ( next part)
    Conquering illness, one step at time.

  14. #44
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    The people there were having a hunger strike. They are all over the hoping to get some legislation passed about preventing Global Warming.
    (http://www.flickr.com/photos/42034117@N08/)
    They were very nice and gald to hear that I am riding , mostly around the world! They like bikes, and hope more people will ride them.
    They let me take a photo with their sign and my bike!
    Then, Cyclegoddess and I rode to Old Parliment House Senate Gardens.
    It was a nice place to rest under the rose arbors.
    I really enjoyed my trip to Canberra!
    Didn't get to see the Prime Minister, but it was still a really lovely place to ride!

    Now I am off to Queensland!!Wheee!
    No worrys,
    Love Maidei
    Conquering illness, one step at time.

  15. #45
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    heat

    I was wondering if Maidei would get to ride since it's certainly warmin up out east hey...Is the ACT under any threat in terms of bushfires?

    Tis not a good start to bushfire season

    Darn about not meeting Mr Rudd..

 

 

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