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Here in the North country, with several inches of snow, I thought all you "Northerners" would like to see some better riding conditions.

So, I spent some time (between snow storms) making this 15 minute video of a ride I took last September.

I apologize for the ending. I got carried away!

http://youtu.be/xF-3_jQFmU4fmt=18
 

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larry31,
Another fine video. I've enjoyed numerous videos of yours the past 2-3 years.
I haven't been disappointed yet.

I hope someday to have the time to come see the N.E. states in Sept.- Oct. On a bike of course!
Absolutely beautiful area you live in. Probably absolutely stunning in real life!

Wyoming's green, is more of a Gray. Just ask Tom Schmitz.
 

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Hey larry31, you were riding in my neck of the woods again!
I recognize Bog Road, East Rumney Road, Bog Pond, etc. I love riding these roads. I am out there regularly. Only a few miles from my home and work.
I like your video too.
 

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Video

Thanks guys!

NH Thumper: Do you recognize the area at the end of the video?
The "Forest Maze"?
It's just off of Windmill Rd. across from Siberia Rd, a dead end.

I wanted to explore deeper, but being alone, and not wanting to get my self in a jam, I turned around about a half mile in.
 

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NH Thumper: Do you recognize the area at the end of the video?
The "Forest Maze"?
It's just off of Windmill Rd. across from Siberia Rd, a dead end.
I wanted to explore deeper, but being alone, and not wanting to get my self in a jam, I turned around about a half mile in.
I do not recognize the "Forest Maze". I know Windmill Road and Old Siberia Road. I have probably riden by it, but never noticed it.
 
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