40 feet to tyranny
Taking it big with collage girls
Anything from wheeldrop
So is there anywhere ridable at the moment? I'm craving some dirt.
Delta watershed, SFU or somewhere in the valley? Searching trailforks isn't coming up with much.
Not the valley. Apparently there's 3-4 feet of snow at the top of bear. There still snow in my yard in abbotsford.
You've missed of some of Kamloops' best then. Lots of forested riding, some of the funnest I've ridden.
I haven't spent much time there. That may change in the future.
Kamloops is deserty…not heavily forested from what I have seen.
Did the NSMBA build all the trails on CMHC land? I don't think that they did. Do many (but not all) 'rogue' builders build trails, then just leave them to erode and rot away while they move on to the next trail? Maybe…. I know LL does shed loads of trail maintenance, but I still don't understand the need for taking pot shots at the NSMBA over taking over the maintenance of largely abandoned trails. When I moved here and rode (and went to a build day) in 2007, many of the trails were a disaster. Personally I'm thankful that a group took the trails on, and I don't watch TV….
I believe he is referring to new trails built in the CMHC zone, not maintaining existing trails.
Which is why this could be interesting. Maybe it'll be the same old shit again. But six months ago some electors on the Republican side said that they'd never vote for Trump. One was even "encouraged" to resign by the GOP over such statements. And while there are token punishments for electors in some states for not voting with the party winner, the whole point of the electoral college was that the founding fathers didn't fully trust the electorate to do the right thing. It's happened before that electors didn't vote with the party, although not in significant numbers (at least in the last century).
Back when the party was trying to distance themselves from Trump. Now that he has brought them to the promised land I think they're singing a different tune.
No, but these are strange times and I'm curious to see how this turns out. I also expect to see a lot of people on social media picking up on this over the next few days and grasping at straws as a way to keep their hope alive.
Republicans "voting their conscience"? Trump has brought then the presidency, house and Senate for the first time since 1928. 2 weeks ago Paul Ryan was distancing himself from Trump…today he's talking about "making America great again". I wouldn't be surprised to see the GOP move even further to the right now.
wtf are you blathering about? Grab a tissue and blow your nose.
Trump won for same reason Crispy Clark won. "Make America great again" was code for jobs, jobs, jobs. Don't believe me? Two words. Ohio, Michigan.
The Democrats are the party of NAFTA/neoliberalism. Working Americans get that and it's pretty simple to correlate it to the loss of their jobs and their plunge down the social/economic ladder.
So what do you think the GOP is going to do to bring those jobs back?
In the meantime…civil rights just took a huge step backwards.