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Hey everybody!

Well, we're all thawed out from the Arrowhead 135. Here is a little something I played in the tipi Tuesday night. I thought it was pretty appropriate at the time.

Nothing an open door wouldn't solve.

I also unthawed some pics I've been keeping on ice.

Let er rip.

North East Scotland

Sacramento, CA

Grande Prairie, Alberta Canada

Border of Kansas and Colorado

Bend, OR

San Francisco, CA

Tuscarora St. Forest, PA

Cévennes France

Hendersonville, NC

Eau Claire, WI

High Plains Drifter, UT

Bochum, Germany

Malacca, Peninsula Malaysia

Thanks to all the great folks at the Arrowhead 135 for putting on a baaad ass event.
We always love doing it.

I've got some more pics stashed away, but I'll save them for next week.

Why don't you contribute? Don't be shy, show us what you got.

Upload your Surly HERE

I'll see you out there.

~Treebeard

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About Treebeard

Verdoorn is Surly’s production artist and dump curator implementing and fine-tuning the design, layout, and graphics of all things Surly, from packaging to catalogs to our website. When not obsessing over minutiae of graphic design, he can be found fishing, listening to the Grateful Dead and riding bicycles. Verdoorn, like other Surly-related visionaries, has been known to show up out of nowhere in the dead of night with a plate of chicken fingers to share. Nice work out there, Steven.

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