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Vermont Viking in our midst Oops56

Postby zelph » Fri Dec 14, 2007 6:11 pm

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Re: Vermont Viking in our midst Oops56

Postby Pure Mahem » Fri Dec 14, 2007 6:51 pm

Dual purpose I knew it, LOL! :mrgreen:
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Re: Vermont Viking in our midst Oops56

Postby bmike » Mon Dec 17, 2007 11:27 am

i'll keep on the lookout.
oops is down in midstate and i am way north...
he only got about 8" of snow. we had 18" overnight!

snowshoed this morning with the dog. have to get some pics later today.
not as good as last years valentine's day storm when we were blasted with 24" in 24 hours...
but i'll take it. :)

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Re: Vermont Viking in our midst Oops56

Postby zelph » Mon Dec 17, 2007 2:29 pm

I could see Bmike snowshoein through 24 inches of snow if he's got those same wings on that he wears while biking :D
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Re: Vermont Viking in our midst Oops56

Postby bmike » Mon Dec 17, 2007 4:44 pm

zelph wrote:I could see Bmike snowshoein through 24 inches of snow if he's got those same wings on that he wears while biking :D


wings remind me to think 'lite'.
since getting married to a beautiful italian girl that is an amazing cook i need those wings more than ever.
of course my impending 'daddy' status probably won't help in the ultralight waist department - and i've already matched my wife pound for pound during her pregnancy - its been easier to eat what she could and not cause her to vomit or dry heave with onions, red meat, ice cream, hot peppers, etc. etc.

a few more weeks and things (foodwise) might be back to normal.

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Re: Vermont Viking in our midst Oops56

Postby zelph » Mon Dec 17, 2007 5:29 pm

bmike wrote:
zelph wrote:I could see Bmike snowshoein through 24 inches of snow if he's got those same wings on that he wears while biking :D


wings remind me to think 'lite'.
since getting married to a beautiful italian girl that is an amazing cook i need those wings more than ever.
of course my impending 'daddy' status probably won't help in the ultralight waist department - and i've already matched my wife pound for pound during her pregnancy - its been easier to eat what she could and not cause her to vomit or dry heave with onions, red meat, ice cream, hot peppers, etc. etc.

a few more weeks and things (foodwise) might be back to normal.


Oh Boy!!!! if she cooks Italian, you're in big trouble. Like big around the waist trouble :o You'll need double wings+ :P
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Re: Vermont Viking in our midst Oops56

Postby bmike » Mon Dec 17, 2007 7:45 pm

zelph wrote:
bmike wrote:
zelph wrote:I could see Bmike snowshoein through 24 inches of snow if he's got those same wings on that he wears while biking :D


wings remind me to think 'lite'.
since getting married to a beautiful italian girl that is an amazing cook i need those wings more than ever.
of course my impending 'daddy' status probably won't help in the ultralight waist department - and i've already matched my wife pound for pound during her pregnancy - its been easier to eat what she could and not cause her to vomit or dry heave with onions, red meat, ice cream, hot peppers, etc. etc.

a few more weeks and things (foodwise) might be back to normal.


Oh Boy!!!! if she cooks Italian, you're in big trouble. Like big around the waist trouble :o You'll need double wings+ :P


i was thinking rocket pack.
wings are good, but require inputs of energy and create lots of flapping noise.
rockets would work faster, and i could leave my stoves at home and just keep the brakes on while i was cooking... :D

yeah, she can cook and bake.

we went to florence and rome for our honeymoon last year. ate our way across those 2 cities.
sad part is that she's a marathon runner and has the metabolism of a 12 y.o. boy.
i on the other hand have a metabolism about as fast as VT maple syrup in the dead of winter. sigh.
means more miles on the bike, and more miles on the hike, i guess.

i won't divulge how much i weighed when i met her. sounds like i'd be blaming her then for being a wonderful woman...
the scale aint looking pretty these days.

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Re: Vermont Viking in our midst Oops56

Postby zelph » Mon Dec 17, 2007 10:53 pm

She cooks and bakes

In a years time you'll be in a world of hurt. :lol:
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Re: Vermont Viking in our midst Oops56

Postby bmike » Tue Dec 18, 2007 9:34 am

zelph wrote:She cooks and bakes

In a years time you'll be in a world of hurt. :lol:


already there. :o

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Re: Vermont Viking in our midst Oops56

Postby zelph » Tue Dec 18, 2007 2:11 pm

We did'nt want to hear that Bmike :D
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