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David Henderson
Works at Henderson Home Improvement LLC
Attended University of Missouri–Columbia
Lives in Columbia, Missouri
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near M-K-T Nature/Fitness Trail (Columbia to McBaine), Columbia, MO 65203
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Rockbridge State Park on a rainy Fall day.

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near Devil's Icebox Trail, Columbia, MO 65203
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Video of the Day!

Danny Macaskill hopping around the streets of Glasgow, the only way he knows how. Want some more GoPro bike content? Check here: http://g.gopro.com/6269B3chH
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Human impact: “The temperatures we’re seeing are anomalies, and have the potential to dramatically impact the integrity of reefs around the world,” says Ruth Gates, a marine biologist at the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology in Kaneohe.

 
“We’re in shock and awe of what’s happening.” Global coral bleaching event is only the third in recorded history. http://bit.ly/1NpbTdD
Warm ocean waters combine with El Niño to turn reefs a stark white.
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Another great day to bike the MKT Trail. 
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A nice finish to the weekend- with a bike ride. 🚴😃
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Very daredevilish 🚴
 
Photo of the Day! Danny MacAskill shreds the rooftops of Gran Canaria in 'Cascadia,' a new GoPro production!

Check it out: www.youtube.com/watch?v=GL0rbxB9Lqg
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Daily Views of Earth Available on New NASA Website | NASA - http://www.nasa.gov/press-release/daily-views-of-earth-available-on-new-nasa-website. #youarehere
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I like "BIG BIKES" and I can not lie. 
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near Twin Lakes - Fishing Lake, Columbia, MO 65203
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On the trail again - the MKT Trail that is.

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Somewhere near the Big Manitou Bluffs: Dropped Pin
near Missouri-Kansas-Texas Trail, Rocheport, MO 65279
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  • University of Missouri–Columbia
    1996
  • Farmington High School
    1982 - 1986
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I used to race bicycles and I'm still fond of all things bicycle related. see: myworldfromabicycle.blogspot.com for more info I like Radiohead, The Talking Heads, Portishead, The Lemonheads, Motorhead, but strangely I don't like Godhead. I'm a big fan of SNL, Perhaps you've heard of it.  It's this show that airs live from New York on Saturday nights.  Reference:  http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/ A few of my favorite books include "To Kill a Mockingbird", "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn", "Crime and Punishment", "Into Thin Air", "The Old Man and the Sea", "The Rider", "The Catcher in the Rye"....
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Former Master Criterium National Champion
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Retired bike racer, Current home remodeler
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  • Henderson Home Improvement LLC
    owner, 2011 - present
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Columbia, Missouri
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Farmington, Missouri - Hollywood, Florida - Norfolk, Virginia - USS Concord AFS-5 - San Diego, California
Beware of buying lumber from Menards. You have been warned! The front end of my vehicle was destroyed as a result of errors from Menards and myself. Menards denied any responsibility, and said that the "incident" was 100% my fault and further, they are not going to make any changes to prevent the following accident from occurring again: First understand: if you buy lumber from Menards you MUST get a material ticket inside the store (located on the opposite side of the only entrance- and it's a BIG STORE with a long walk - where you literally have to pass through a turnstile - like cattle to the slaughter). Then you must go through the check out, back to your vehicle and drive through a poorly designed curving maze around to the back of the building and through a prison-like guard station (complete with guard and powered gate barriers) into the lumber yard. Service: None. I searched the lumber yard for my material, hand loaded and proceeded to present my receipt to exit through the guard station. Surprise: My ticket did not match the materials I ordered and paid for. The guard says, "You have carefully check your ticket at the materials desk before you go through the register. They get the orders wrong all the time." Me: "What do I do now?" Guard (while motioning to a car to back up as it is pinning me in between it and the gate barrier): "Back up and go back into the side doors, get a new material ticket, go to customer service, return the wrong item and pay for the correct one." Then he abandons me for incoming cars. I look around, all apparently clear, and slowly back up and begin turning to avoid the car behind me, when a horrible crunch sound occurs. I get out to see a metal post (it's purpose is to prevent vehicles from driving into the guard shack) buried in concrete - just out of my view from my position in the vehicle - has tore into my left front panel and bumper of my vehicle. Menards has placed a metal post (i.e. obstacle) below the view of most drivers near a very narrow exit - an invisible hazard - in a location where backing up and turning will likely result in an accident. This is easily preventable by either correcting the ticket on the spot, replacing the short metal pipe with a taller that is visible from all vehicles and one that is closer to the guard shack away from a vehicles turn path, or simply not allowing drivers to back up in the gate. Have them drive through and correct the ticket inside the store. Instead of unnecessarily forcing them to take a risk backing up in a hazardous environment with hidden obstacles. Further, because, "they get the orders wrong all the time." Menards should verify with the customer that they have gotten the order correct before sending them off. Guard: "Dang! Sorry about that! I guess that's what insurance is for!" Beware of buying lumber for Menards! You have been warned. Save big money.... Don't shop at Menards.
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