Re: Seat for my wife's Darkwing Duck bike

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> > Looks good, be nice and put a rear fender on it! Love the paint

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> And , maybe spike the tires for when you ride above the tree line . ;)

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Yeah . Something like that^ . LOL

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> P D Wrote:

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> Yeah . Something like that^ . LOL

That was the first thing that came to mind

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> William Brewer Wrote:

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> > Yeah . Something like that^ . LOL

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> That was the first thing that came to mind

I was thinking a little closer to :

Above the treeline: Pikes Peak, Colorado

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Oh ya..lol Pikes peak is about 15 mins away from us, I can see my house from there...haha

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> Oh ya..lol Pikes peak is about 15 mins away from us, I can see my house

> from there...haha

That's a beautiful part of the country .

I spent a year and a half in Colorado and Wyoming . Love the mountains .

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This is from my coffee shop window. Love the view from the office. The mountains never get old to look at.

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When I was in the USAF , they almost had me convinced to spend 4 years at the academy . But , I was ready for something else .

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