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2021.10.19 23:16 Pure_Candy_90 Hanging out with my main squeeze 💕🐶
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2021.10.19 23:16 An_ANdrew2 La 'r' es de "razonable"
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2021.10.19 23:16 sixhungryfeet Roasted Butternut Squash Risotto
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2021.10.19 23:16 pattertall Trip Report: TransVirginia Valley 520
| I rode the TransVA 520 last week. The route was fantastic, and I'd highly recommend it to anybody looking for a more challenging route after riding the GAP and/or C&O.|
Lots of great forests and farmland, beautiful scenery and fall color, hilly but very manageable with 1:1 gearing, low traffic (only a few cars per hour much of the time, only about 1% of the route on truly busy roads), and many opportunities for resupply and camping (or hotel stays) that were thoroughly documented by the route creator.
I ended up finishing in 4 days 9 hours, which was a pleasant surprise since this was my longest trip and I had anticipated more like 6 days. I rode on an old aluminum hybrid (see photo) that I've converted to a touring/gravel bike, and the 38mm gravel tires were perfect for this route. Disc brakes would be nice to have, but my rim brakes worked fine with the fresh pads I installed just before the trip.
Happy to try to answer any questions if anybody is doing this route in the future! In case you're interested, here's a day-by-day and some photos.
Day 1 — DC to Van Buren Furnace (146 miles, 8k ft)
After an easy 50 miles on the canal, a nice mix of gravel and pavement with rolling hills through Purcellville and into Bluemont, where I fueled up on ice cream and sandwiches at the general store. Since I was planning to camp each night, I had a big decision to make: Either stop early for the day at Bear's Den (mile 85) or push on another 60 miles to reach the edge of the national forest and the next legal camping spot. I ended up grabbing a coffee, pouring it into my bottle to sip over the next few hours, and pushing on. I glad I did; it set the tone for me to challenge myself a little more than I had on previous trips. I made it across the valley just before sunset and had the last 10 miles or so of forest roads in the dark, which was pleasant since I had a good light and there was no traffic. Had a bit of trouble finding the primitive campsites in the dark, but once I did I was quickly set up and to bed before 10pm.
Day 2 — to Stokesville (93 miles, 8k ft)
Woke up just before sunrise to a light rain and decide to wait to see if it would stop. It didn't, and in retrospect I wish I'd just got moving as soon as I was awake since it was a light rain all morning. With the later start, I felt like I was behind from the beginning on day 2, but that was OK since Day 1 had been my longest ride ever and I wasn't really racing but instead just trying to push myself a little while staying under control and minimizing risk. This day was hillier and I walked one short gravel hill that approached 20%, but the rest was rideable and I made steady progress through beautiful forest and then farmland on the outskirts of Harrisonburg. The Stokesville Campground felt luxurious with a warm shower after I downed an entire pizza and 1500 calorie bag of chips from the store just before sunset.
Day 3 — to Paint Bank (108 miles)
Started just before sunrise, which was perfect to enjoy a gradual paved climb into the national forest followed by beautiful gravel roads and a 50-mile stretch of rolling hills that was generally down hill. The paved road through Douthat State Park and into Clifton Forge then made for great road riding before grabbing lunch and covering a hillier and rockier last 30 miles in the national forest, where I camped at the Steel Bridge Campground just outside Paint Bank, VA. At this point, it finally set in that I was definitely physically capable of completing my longest tour as long as I could avoid any mechanical issues, which was a nice feeling but also made me more nervous about mechanicals!
Day 4 — to New River State Park (96 miles)
Again started just before sunrise, which I found to be a perfect starting time for me, and hit the general store in Paint Bank just after it opened at 7am. I saw another rider who was doing the more difficult TransVA 550 route (rougher roads and some singletrack), which was cool since most of the ride was a very solitary experience. I downed a half pound of local cheese and box of crackers for breakfast, grabbed some supplies, and was on my way for what ended up being the easiest day of riding with a 20-mile gradual climb followed by miles stunning country roads with almost no traffic. Despite being the easiest day overall, there was one tough climb where I had a to walk a bit (1.6 miles @ 10% up an unmaintained 4wd road), but the descent into Pulaski was a blast. After 20 easy miles on the New River Trail, I pulled into the Millrace Campground with a couple hours to spare before dark. I would have liked to ride further, but without any stealth camping experience I decided to stop at the formal campground. That turned out well when another bicyclist who was traveling with a car offered to let me share her campsite and started feeding me lasagna since she had too much food!
Day 5 — to the finish in Damascus, VA (98 miles)
I got a good start at about 5:45am to cruise the 12 remaining miles of the New River Trail before sunrise. From there, it was a lot of mixed terrain and gentle hills through beautiful countryside — I definitely took the most photos on the last day. The route culminated with the biggest climb and highest elevation (Whitetop at about 4,500 ft), but it was a paved climb so even the stretches of a couple miles at 8-10% were manageable and I was able to get into a zone and enjoy the deepening fall color as the elevation increased. At the top, I was thrilled to realize that if my chain snapped I wouldn't have to bother fixing it: The last 20 miles are a steady 2,000ft descent that follows a river through the forest along the Virginia Creeper Trail. What a great way to finish, and a nice welcome back to crowds of cyclists as I learned that Damascus has 9 shuttle companies that collectively manage a fleet of over 1,000 bicycles and shuttle people to the top of the trail so they can cruise the 20-mile descent. At the finish line, I was met by a fan cheering (a spouse of another rider who had been watching the live trackers for all the riders), which was a nice surprise. The Appalachian Trail also crosses through Damascus, so it was easy to stay in a hiker hostel (Lady Di's was great and included amazing breakfast), meet a few thru-hikers and relax for a day before picking up a one-way car rental back to DC.
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2021.10.19 23:16 hurrahkayne I'm all in -100% in shib
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2021.10.19 23:16 LemmytheLemuel Oh no Vanessa, you must stop with your crush on Old mans
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2021.10.19 23:16 Bonersfollie Seattle VA?
I am goin g an extremely difficult time just getting my first appointment after moving here in April. I have moved a lot for work and it’s usually not difficult to enroll (never mind that I shouldn’t have to do that every time I move, how does the VA not have a national system?)
I just want a fucking appointment to get some things on paper to submit for increasing my claim. Tried the community care lines here in Seattle but they go literally no where and the call is finished.
It’s starting to really stress me out, any help or just words of encouragement from any other WA vets would be great.
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2021.10.19 23:16 Channalover How to stay positive in social interactions
I am sorry I think the title isn't very clear I don't know how to explain my problem in few words. Anyway, my problem is that I often ask from time to time (colleagues, classmates and people I consider valuable to me about their life just as a way of keeping the connection alive. However, I never had anyone asking me back or checking me, not one. ofc some people ask me when they are in need. So how I stay positive toward this thing specially that some people either ignore my massage or reply after 2 or more days or never reply And also the questions are becoming repeatable after sometime. I have to mention that some people do reply in the same day, but they are few.
So anyone got an approach for doing this the right way
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2021.10.19 23:16 CrazyKatLuver Best Veterinary for cats?
So I am not new to the area but I just haven't found a good vet that I would trust my fur baby with. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
So far I've been to the Banfield in PetSmart and Catisfaction out in Madison. Didn't have good experiences with either.
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2021.10.19 23:16 Cpt_Turbot6969 Coolin daily posts
Anybody miss Coolin’s daily posts with synergy’s and hut rush details when they can’t access the game on daily content release cause I know I do haha.
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2021.10.19 23:16 goldiebaby Homemade yogurt is a miracle for IBS-C!
I developed IBS-C 10+ years ago after a huge cyst grew near my lungs and I needed emergency surgery + 6 week hospitalization after. I was on massive doses of antibiotics and morphine for weeks and it destroyed my gut bacteria. Unfortunately, none of doctors told me about the side effects of the meds and I didn't really research this issue either. I spend 10 years in agony taking all sorts of laxatives, magnesium and herbal supplements. I saw countless doctors and no one was able to help. I am a vegetarian who eats lots of fiber and veggies and nothing helped. I tried countless probiotics too.
Last summer, I fell and sprained my leg badly. My neighbor's mom was visiting from India and stuck in the US due to Covid. She saw me limping around and dropped off homemade parathas (stuffed flatbread) and homemade yogurt. I ate them together (traditional combo in India) and within 24 hours, had the best poop of my life. I continued to eat the yogurt daily and had perfect poops daily. I asked my neighbor for more yogurt and used it as starter to make my own yogurt in the instant pot.
Miracle of all miracles, my constipation was fixed! I had zero trouble for over a year! I made weekly yogurt and ate half a cup daily.
In july 2021, there was a heat wave where I live and we lost power for 3 days. My yogurt went moldy and I was unable to make more. I used store bought yogurt as starters and it was useless. My neighbor's mom had returned to India and I didn't have her started either. I ordered a "Traditional Indian" starter online after another reddit user recommended it.
Voila! The new yogurt made me regular again! I struggle with dairy, so I use A2 milk and do a full 24 hr fermentation and I don't have any issues with lactose.
Unfortunately, this is not a cure and I expect to eat homemade yogurt for the rest of life. I am also worried about travel since I used to travel a lot pre-Covid. But for now, I am thrilled to find an option that is cheap, easy and safe that has worked better than anything else.
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2021.10.19 23:16 TheDylan547465 Well no shit
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2021.10.19 23:16 PgMDude Trophy Hunter E02: ALGS Championship Edition
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2021.10.19 23:16 consciousbeast BREAKING: We have a SECOND lobbying meeting scheduled with the office of Representative Schweikert, another member of the Congressional Blockchain Caucus to discuss our upcoming #DeFi bill proposal! With every meeting we secure, we get closer to sponsorship of our legislation.
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2021.10.19 23:16 icalistus Experts Proof Pontius Pilate Existed + Jesus Crucifixion
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2021.10.19 23:16 Amithrius What are some mindblowing facts about our universe?
2021.10.19 23:16 NewsElfForEnterprise Earnings Recap: Johnson & Johnson, Procter & Gamble, Travelers
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2021.10.19 23:16 RedditTidderTeddet German TV spot for Afterlife. New ghost reveal and more new shots of the terror dogs!
Looks really good, though I'm beginning to wonder if the finale of the original is going to be copied here again. I guess it would make sense, but kind of feels like what we've already seen. Of course, I have yet to see the film, so I could be wrong. For whatever minimal flaws GB2 had, I liked that fact that the finale was somewhat original, to the series at least.
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2021.10.19 23:16 Bryanhzgz La Cabra que Bailaba | 2 Relatos de Nahuales | Relatos de Terror. | En este video se presentan sucesos extraños que sin querer al encontrarnos solos en el campo o en carretera terminan por darnos por lo menos un susto y una historia inexplicable que contar.
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2021.10.19 23:16 Professional-Ad5039 Leaving the beta program
I want to leave the beta program. I have Android 12 and ive installed the final build. The announcement said i can leave without wiping my data but the opt out page still says that my data will be wiped. What will happen?
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2021.10.19 23:16 therealkelso1 $CIFR - Cipher Mining is on track to breakout any day now - why should you care?
| First, beware, this stock is highly volatile due to the size of the float and shareholders which affects the bid/ask spread.|
Why do I like it?
No dilution in near future
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2021.10.19 23:16 DistrictBoth6709 Does somebody know which birds these are? They're flying around near pine mountain.
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2021.10.19 23:16 keebasabe IIL tv episodes with common themes WEWIL
I am compiling a binge list of tv shows that use the same plot device. For example, the Groundhog Day scenario: characters on the show keep repeating the same day over and over. Just about every show with a science fiction or paranormal bent has a Groundhog Day episode. Examples: The X-Files S6:E14 “Monday”, Xena: Warrior Princess S3:E2 “Been There, Done That”, Buffy the Vampire Slayer S6:E5 “Life Serial”, Supernatural S3:E11 “Mystery Spot”, Star Trek: The Next Generation S5:E18 “Cause and Effect”, Stargate:SG1 “ S4:E6 “Window of Opportunity”. Can you think of any others?
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