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It snowed Saturday morning so we went to the beach and rode bikes and sat in summertime-like traffic for an hour on the Garden State Parkway. The ride was very worth it.
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autism, beach, bike, disability
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Hurrah! I like this a lot. Well, except for the traffic part.
12 February 2012 at 05:53
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