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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Pleasure and Pain

Ah, a little place I like to call Aspen....

Last year my view was a little less cluttered... I guess you reap what you sow.

I still hold true the famous words inscriped on my old Gary Fisher top cap: "All work and no play is no good at all".

It can get a little out of control when you mix a bunch of skinny cyclists with low alcohol tolerances, high altitude, 80's gear, and an end of the season party... just ask the Aspen PD.

Adam was sure proud of his carefully manicured dick broom.... If I start now I might pull one together by this time next year.

Life is too short, live it while you can.


Blogger Alex said...

maybe that's Jeremy's secret altitude training: teaching your body to survive in a low-oxygen environment

8:22 AM  
Blogger Team Lost Coast Brewery said...

Ah men to that! Love the pictures and the sense of humor :)

2:41 PM  

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