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Posted: 10/23/09 09:27am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Dave, I think your pictures are still getting better (although I'm not sure that's possible)
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And now you know why she's the brains of this outfit.

Maybe it's just me, but I don't remember anyone being confused about that.


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Posted: 10/23/09 10:16am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks Whazoo for Memory Lane
I grew up in the Pacific NW and miss all the places you encountered.
I've traded Salmon fishing for fly fishing, and Wet snow skiing in rain gear for powder suits, but I still miss the beauty of the PNW. I still windsurf in the Columbia Gorge and take a HYW 1/101 trip every three years. You can revisit every three years in a lifetime and not see everything or taste the Dungeness, Salmon, and Olypia oysters enough.
Thanks for a great report!


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Posted: 10/23/09 10:55am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Always enjoy reading your reports. From spinning heads in the desert with the 'Farctic's' to cresent moons there all a pleasure to read.......

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Great trip report and photos! I really enjoy reading your posts. Thanks for taking the time to do so. Keep them coming.

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Posted: 10/23/09 11:12am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Whazoo, your wandering ways have taken all of us to many magical places to gaze upon wonderful sites. Thank you for all your efforts in going that extra mile.


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Posted: 10/23/09 01:51pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks for continueing the great trip reports.

One day, I'll have time to find some of these great places. Til then, I'll have to be satisfied with photos from others.


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Posted: 10/23/09 02:26pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Dave,

Excellent pictures and interesting (entertaining) captions. Your mastery of PhotoShop is worth the price of admission alone. You've really raised the bar on trip reports with this one. They keep getting better so stay on the road for us. We all travel vicariously through you.

Thanks for clearing up why to not eat pepper and wear bells in the woods too. [emoticon]

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Posted: 10/23/09 04:38pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Love seeing those TC's getting used the right way. Keep up the good work! -WR


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Posted: 10/23/09 05:24pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Very amusing, Dave. thanks for posting. just the other day, my doctor was telling me that as a fella gets older, he can have trouble "getting it up' I think its probably the arm waveing thing he was talking about, wouldn't you say?


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"... Traffic on I-5 in lower Washington was pretty bad. And we couldn't figure where all the people were coming from because we couldn't see any houses for all the trees along the freeway. A case of people "coming out of the woodwork". "


lol - well they don't call all those little bergs along the I-5 corridor "Bedroom Communities" for nuttin [emoticon]


we used to be hooked on Krispy Kreme donuts -- until we figured we needed to cut down on all those extra calories {alas NONFAT donuts just aren't the same} ... now if we could just kick the Starbucks caffeine habit {maybe we should just throw in the towel and switch to Dunkin Donuts & their brew?!} [emoticon]


but absolutely love your photos -- and as the old saying goes
"Pictures are worth a thousand words" [emoticon]
however also gotta say, luv your added commentary too
{sometimes wish the TCers who include pixs in their sigs would add where it was taken as well -- we're still working on ours; with all the new fangled gadgets we'lll eventually get it figured out [emoticon]}


AND for all who have posted your pictures taken out of your TC windows -- makes us antsy to get back out there "on the road again" somewhere ... lost in america


AS ALWAYS -- A BIG THANKS TO ALL [emoticon]





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