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Another cheesy gravel video - this one with fresh dog!

Old 01-26-19, 04:17 PM
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Another cheesy gravel video - this one with fresh dog!

I'm slowly solving the helmet mount jiggle but you still get what you pay for:


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Old 01-28-19, 02:03 PM
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Looks like a great spot! Why are you letting Molly run loose though, not a very responsible thing to do. Unless it's private property, in which case carry on.
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Looks like a great spot! Why are you letting Molly run loose though, not a very responsible thing to do. Unless it's private property, in which case carry on.
The dike system is an off leash dog walk area. Most users are courteous and leash up when passing or control the dog in some way. It works great for riding because you can see far ahead and adjust accordingly.

On that ride we stopped for a bit to watch three labs train to retrieve a rubber duck in the river - amazing to watch! I was hoping Molly would catch on via osmosis as she is still afraid to take her feet off the bottom.

Almost all the dike users are really into dogs and quite friendly and relaxed towards each other.

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The dike system is an off leash dog walk area. Most users are courteous and leash up when passing or control the dog in some way. It works great for riding because you can see far ahead and adjust accordingly.

On that ride we stopped for a bit to watch three labs train to retrieve a rubber duck in the river - amazing to watch! I was hoping Molly would catch on via osmosis as she is still afraid to take her feet off the bottom.

Almost all the dike users are really into dogs and quite friendly and relaxed towards each other.
Ah, very cool there's a place like that for the dog to play in!
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This is the best post I've seen in ages. 'Course, I'm what you might call a "dog person."

I'll bet she had a nice long nap after that run!
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This is the best post I've seen in ages. 'Course, I'm what you might call a "dog person."

I'll bet she had a nice long nap after that run!
Yes she did!
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Love it!!!
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I made another one today because it was snowing.

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