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<p>I'm there on Saturday. Julie too.</p>
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<p>Who else?</p>
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<p>Heat and humidity still in the forecast with impending t-storms. Hopefully, they'll hold off until after the race this time. I hear the water temp is at 72.</p>
 

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<p>I will be there depending!  I just checked forecast and the hourly shows clear until 1PM.  I am not getting up at 3:30 and leaving at 4:00 again to not do the race!  Hoping it stays as is.</p>
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<p>Water temp sounds good <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif"></p>
 

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<p>I am in for Saturday, weather permitting.  I am with Julie.  This time if I hear thunder or rain in Gilford, I am REALLY going back to bed, especially since Waterville Valley is an extra 1/2 hour further than Newfound Lake. </p>
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<p>PM thunderstorms were the forecast at Mooseman too so we'll see <img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif">.</p>
 

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<p>If we'd stayed home this weekend instead of going to the lake I would have opted for the DAM.  I really liked it last year.  Have a great time, Kyle!  It's going to be soupy-toasty on that run out to the farm and back even moreso than last year.</p>
 

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<p>I don't know what to do!  I don't want to do this if it is going to be raining.  Running races in the rain are fine, I just don't bike in the rain, too dangerous.  So the hourly forecast at weather.com shows rain at 4 am, the hourly forecast at accuweather doesn't show rain until later.  Do I pack all my crap, go to bed early and see if it's raining at 3:30 or do I just bag it and go for a nice long bike ride today in the beautiful weather?  What to do!</p>
 

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<p>Black Fly is the first triathlon that is also a fundraiser for the MS Society.  A friend of mine was deeply involved with getting that to happen.  They're really hoping for a good turnout.</p>
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<p>Of course, given the weather at Mooseman, I'm also really hoping it works out well for you all!</p>
 

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<p>So it is most likely to rain tomorrow am. I am going anyways and I'm going to have fun.  This winter I encouraged my friend Maureen from my cycling club to sign up and she did so I can't be a no show.  Also, I think the Waterville venue is much more rain friendly than the state park for Moosey. Parking is closer, there are places to get undercover in the Town Square, etc.</p>
<p>I'm pretty familiar with the ride (in fact we did this ride 2 weeks ago in the middle of a severe t-storm warning and it turned into a beautiful evening...).</p>
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