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    I'LL KILL YA ALL!! hitrack's Avatar
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    Smile Welly Wednesday

    Thank god that stupid welfare day is a week behind us and the street chiks are out of drug $$, thus there is some selection returning to the mid and lo track again.

    Spotted a few out tonight again, I can't cruise till rather late, after 11pm. Only problem is they are the same chiks I have alredy seen, or they're the chiks that are wastes of time. Oh well at least there is some eye candy as one cruises around again.

    Keep in mind I rate chiks in two catagories, real world good looking and track good looking.

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    Lowest track.

    Hello Fonzie, I mean hitrack. I thought you were outraged by the prices of mid track and were going to check out low track and lowest track.
    We don't get much crusing reports from the King George area of Sorry, B.C. Its a whole new market, since the Vancouver cruising areas are in semi-decline. How is the Sorry area?

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    I'LL KILL YA ALL!! hitrack's Avatar
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    Hey P88, can't say, I don't cruise Surrey, or new west, or Kingsway. When I say Lo and Mid track I mean downtown. Yah the prices are creeping up $20 is not gettin the job done the way it used to, but the cruising around part is still free. Well sort of; if you don't count gas and McPukes.

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    Glad to hear the street scene is kinda still alive.

    The old school term is high track is downtown (eg. extremely expensive), mid track is near the industrial area paralling Hastings (decent value) and low track (eg. skid row near Chinatown).

    During its heyday, decent SW can be found for less than 3 greens on midtrack, and low track had the 1 green and above SW. But selection as been pathetic over the past few years and the tracks have almost died off.

    Be careful in low track (due to LE, junkies and the cruizer cameras). Mid track is ok, but selection has been non-existent.

    Kingsway seems to have grown as a result of the pushing of the industry from the tracks. Kingsway past Joyce (east) seems to be the new high track (with all the high track pricing).

    Cruizing Kingsways is different than the tracks for sure (less discrete and the SW demographics are different as well).

    Surrey seems to be a hit and miss. (usually along King George Highway).
    Quality seems to be same as mid track, not sure about the selection.

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