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New Front Page Images

Yesterday I updated our front page images for the first time on the new website.  Here are my selections.

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this lovely shot of the Nature Boy by Milltown Cycles

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some abandoned building goodness

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the obligatory skyline shot

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my Big Block and Kopish's Dropout in the Milwaukee Mansion

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crashing on the floor of the Mansion

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bro throwing down on the NB in Seattle

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my winter Big Block

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Shea shot by Rick Anderson

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and my Zona NB out on an exploration mission.

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Arleigh Jenkins

December 15, 2011

very nice! glad you are keeping it fresh and clean

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