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    Spring Fever!!

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    I don't want to hear it! we are at 22 with a windchill down to the 'teens. I walked this morning and it was a balmy 30 something, then the first snow flurries hit, the second ones hit and now this afternoon it's 'died down' to a brisk wind and frickin' cold. Shut up just shut up.

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    So i guess it was 60 in the STG this weekend. This is me shaking my fist! Cuz i am stuck until tomorrow in Ogden at it is cold. Brrr but!! Tona's was delicious!!!!

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    but!! Tona's was delicious!!!!

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    Didja have that avocado thing again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sombeech View Post
    Didja have that avocado thing again?
    Of course!! The green globe, mmmmm.

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    Air temp was 70 degrees Thursday at Falls Dam. Water temp was a few toe hopping degrees less.

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    Nearly 60 degrees in SLC today and it is supposed to be near 60 for the next 7 days.

    Who has spring fever and is it really here?
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    Headed to Moab next thursday until Sunday. Got 5 canyons to hit up! We have cabin fever bad up here!
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    I'll be heading to Moab for some biking and then down to Cedar Mesa to explore some side canyons at the bottom end. I've been waiting for this warm stretch!!! 70s predicted here in Denver all next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erial View Post
    Air temp was 70 degrees Thursday at Falls Dam. Water temp was a few toe hopping degrees less.

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    I lived in Durham for 3 years. I loved that place. D.C. was 3 hours away. Wilmington and the southern beaches 2.5 hours. Golf year-round. Great single-track mountain biking parks. Trees everywhere. Laid-back style with the modern comforts. Great place!

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    Spent the day riding my mountain bike in Corner Canyon.

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    Dirt bikes at Knolls day before yesterday, mostly dry and perfect for riding.

    Dirt bikes at 5 mile yesterday, busy at the dust bowl, filling up with parking lot cruisers. Steady stream of water running down from the waterfall on Constrictor and some mud on the south loop but it seems to be drying up fast. Great conditions overall.

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