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well we are breaking records in Oregon for the most rain in the LAST 2 WEEKS since the flood of 1996 I cant even get out and ride in the cold. its suxs pretty bad. so i have went and bought a PS2 sportbike simulater racing game winters suck here but the pacific northwest is a site to see.

In portland Oregon we have mount.Hood 35 miles away for great skiing, we have rivers and lakes everywhere, and the coast is a short 1 hour ride away. plus MNT.ST. Helens for awsome twisties aloung with endless country roads.

A nice size city for all the strange things you might need

anyway for all you guys south rip it up
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I used to enjoy going up the Mt Baker Hiway to Artist Point...There are definitely some good roads there...I have also seen the mighty Nooksack overflow its banks and bear down on Bellingham and the Bay...Stay above the waterline...
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well we are breaking records in Oregon for the most rain in the LAST 2 WEEKS since the flood of 1996 I cant even get out and ride in the cold. its suxs pretty bad. so i have went and bought a PS2 sportbike simulater racing game winters suck here but the pacific northwest is a site to see.

In portland Oregon we have mount.Hood 35 miles away for great skiing, we have rivers and lakes everywhere, and the coast is a short 1 hour ride away. plus MNT.ST. Helens for awsome twisties aloung with endless country roads.

A nice size city for all the strange things you might need

anyway for all you guys south rip it up
that sucks u can't ride ....but at least u'll have something to do for a lil while till you beat the game....

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I used to enjoy going up the Mt Baker Hiway to Artist Point...There are definitely some good roads there...I have also seen the mighty Nooksack overflow its banks and bear down on Bellingham and the Bay...Stay above the waterline...
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that sucks u can't ride ....but at least u'll have something to do for a lil while till you beat the game....
ya and this game is hard, I am glad I dont ride like I am on this game
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ya and this game is hard, I am glad I dont ride like I am on this game
I know what you mean. You should see me at Grand Turismo, I use the banks to help "steer" my $200k car.

Mt Hood is sweet, man. I went boarding there in June one year, it was awesome. If you skateboard, you could always go to Burnside and hang with the homeless kids.

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