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    Speaking of bikes that fit me - Brother Andy gets a new bike soon:

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    Crema purchased in 2012 still going strong. Here our protagonist is taking in the vistas from Saddle Peak in Topanga Canyon, CA. I'm not meticulous about bike cleaning, but when I do give it a bath, it sure sparkles and pops. I should probably clean it more often!

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    Some recent recentness:

    http://hampsten.blogspot.com/2022/10/more-yct.html
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    I forgot to ask last time I saw you ... are you a pistachio person in general?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 72gmc View Post
    I forgot to ask last time I saw you ... are you a pistachio person in general?
    In Bolgheri, Italy, there's a little gelato place - if you've been on one of Andy's Castegneto trips you probably know it. The pistachio gelato there is... transcendent.

    So yes.

    How's that fork working out?
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    magnificently, as you'd expect

    I'm trying to be smart enough, in my 50s, not to trim my 60s off of that nice steel steerer. I'll send you a picture once I make up my mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hampco View Post
    In Bolgheri, Italy, there's a little gelato place - if you've been on one of Andy's Castegneto trips you probably know it. The pistachio gelato there is... transcendent.

    So yes.
    There's a little hidden gem of a modern Italian restaurant not far from my home. It's our favorite date night place. And their pistachio gelato is, as you say, transcendent. Trumps all other deserts.
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    Merry Christmas to me. Thanks, Steve!
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