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We can hit up a couple breweries each day you are here. I have onlybeen to about 10
the deschutes brewery and pub was really nice. good beer and good food.
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Isn't there like 20+ brewpubs in the Bender. Is there the party bike tour...bike for like 12 folks with the designated steerer...jump on the bike pedal to the next pub and have another.
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hey neni, i'm just curious, you seem to go on a trip every year. what places have you been to so far and which one was your favorite(s)?
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hey neni, i'm just curious, you seem to go on a trip every year. what places have you been to so far and which one was your favorite(s)?
Yeah, atm, I try to concentrate our vacation days on spots which we cannot do anymore in some years... time is ticking, bones get old and butts get too comfortable quickly

Each we did so far was different, had its own special greatness and was absolutely worth the trip: Alaska (the snow which makes you able to ride steeps and the endlesness), Colorado (tree riding and of course the company), Japan (light fluff and exotic of vulcano hiking n food and onsen!), and Svalbard (simply stunningly wild n remote).

Gonna need to visit the Arctic again, maybe give Greenland a try. The combination of snow, glaciers, wild coastline and arctic silver-black sea is breathtaking! Really a very special experience.


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Hmm, maybe, maybe maybe ???

will have to see how life treats me in the intervening several months.. would be cool to get up to the PNW again...
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Hmm, maybe, maybe maybe ???

will have to see how life treats me in the intervening several months.. would be cool to get up to the PNW again...
There'll be a bar of Swiss milk chocolate with your name on
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Milk Chocolate or chocolate milk? Both sound good, never been to a bar serving chocolate milk
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would this be the swiss milk chocolate bar you speak of



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Yeah, atm, I try to concentrate our vacation days on spots which we cannot do anymore in some years... time is ticking, bones get old and butts get too comfortable quickly

Each we did so far was different, had its own special greatness and was absolutely worth the trip: Alaska (the snow which makes you able to ride steeps and the endlesness), Colorado (tree riding and of course the company), Japan (light fluff and exotic of vulcano hiking n food and onsen!), and Svalbard (simply stunningly wild n remote).

Gonna need to visit the Arctic again, maybe give Greenland a try. The combination of snow, glaciers, wild coastline and arctic silver-black sea is breathtaking! Really a very special experience.
cool. are you planning to just ride at mt bachelor while your there or are you gonna travel the northwest and visit multiple places?
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