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Old 07-02-08, 07:27 PM
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On hilly parts it's actually easier and more fun to stand on the storage box and push off with your foot when you're climbing a hill.
LOL.

Love your trike, dude. Roll on......
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Not that heavy, but bulky enough to warrant an image.




Two trashcans, and a new mailbox (someone was playing mailbox baseball, my box was an out).
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Old 07-18-08, 11:03 PM
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My bike has been working pretty hard of late... this was actually a smallish load compared to yesterday.

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Old 07-18-08, 11:30 PM
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Sonnava***** Sixty.
Impressive to say the least.
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Wow! that is one load 65er

You take this month's prize
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Today's hauling was so much lighter... besides the usual toolkit and locks I had a blanket, a good quantity of water and a little picnic lunch.

And some good helpers to carry things and help set things up.







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Resize online

I haven't used any of them, but all these all you to upload a picture, resize it and download the result.

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A new bike, a new trailer, and a new bike for my daughter.

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Xtracycle & BAW trailer with Folbot kayak

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Xtracycle & BAW trailer with Folbot kayak

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Hell yeah man! That's awesome! What's the total length?
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Xtracycle & BAW trailer with Folbot kayak

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Well, the sure can't say they didn't see you!
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I see that green 20 is being put to work already 65er
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Hell yeah man! That's awesome! What's the total length?
It's almost 20 feet. The trailer, kayak and gear are about 100 pounds.
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I see that green 20 is being put to work already 65er
Just making sure it's ready for it's new mom...
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Taking out the recyclables




By bike? Our recycle bins are 7 meters away. Then the next set is 200 meters away, but that is for some of the other residents.
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8 miles and 38lbs of aluminum cans (not including the weight of the trailer which is probably 20 - 25) equals more strenuous than I thought but worth the $27 I got for the cans... A nice inaugural ride for the trailer I built last month, I had done some test pulls when it was empty but this the first time I loaded it up.

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moved a baker rack and a bike
This was a partial bike move. I have gotten all my belongings to fit on a bike which I can move myself. Which is more impressive for me than moving by bike since I am the one moving all my stuff.
I had a truck haul a load I carpooled and he met me on his way to the cohouse.

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Trailer train. Recycling beer bottles. This resulted in a 20USD refund (Michigan.)
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Old 12-19-08, 12:22 PM
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First car-free Christmas, not to be the last!

Hauling the tree home...



Yeah, it's a small tree, I have a small house.
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