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    interior riders planning to take the 97 highway? Watch it!

    I think a truck full of bovine went across the road, right now the outsides of the corners are covered in stuff thats both easy to go down in, and quiet possibly the last thing you wanna go down in. rear tire slid on that stuff but luckily im still unbinned.

    Still once you exit the trans canada, for about 8 or so corners... take the inside lane

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    Can you be a *little* more specific?

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    bovine: A truck full of cows covered the road in crap.

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    That could have been a... shitty... experience.
    I would have... crapped... myself if that happened.
    I probably would have... dumped... my bike.


    Pooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.


    Hah!
    Last edited by AndrewJ; 09-05-2007 at 09:25 PM.

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    highway 97 is quite a long stretch of roadway. I'm thinking that 'KaiBosh' was asking for more of a place or area, not to define another word mean cow-pie.
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    at the exit of the trans canada highway
    http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&ll=5...0675&z=13&om=1
    97 doesn't reconnect, 97a and 97b does though. I guess i can understand the confusion.

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