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 Post subject: Re: Specially for HJM
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Thanks Jim! :)) :))

What's the matter with these guys in the Allgäu? :ymdevil: BTW I XC skied in the Allgäu.
They should get out more often and see how it really works. :-? Flat track like that, everyone will be double poling and going quite a bit faster.

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HJM wrote:
Thanks Jim! :)) :))

What's the matter with these guys in the Allgäu? :ymdevil: BTW I XC skied in the Allgäu.
They should get out more often and see how it really works. :-? Flat track like that, everyone will be double poling and going quite a bit faster.


Ahhh...but you’re forgetting to factor in the influence of “Joseph’s Pub”. It’s not a tea house anymore!
:)

Why do they never make any exciting motion products in G? So much opportunity, so little ever done...

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I also notice that no one is doing the skating steps which are popular now....wrong kind of track I guess.
Like to see that working in G-scale.... ;-)


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