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Steve_in_29

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Posted: 09/11/10 09:39pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Even though it wasn't backroads stuff, any trip is better then sitting at home.

You should have given me a holler while you were in JT.


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cewillis wrote:

But what secret is behind this, found on a nearly deserted road in Ontario?
[image]

Seldomseen is Canadian?
Seldomseen has visited Canada?
Seldomseen was run out of Canada?

I can't say for sure. But I can tell you that I did not explore the road because of the sign in the distance. It may hold the clue.

It says "None of you Arizona yahoos beyond this point! This means you, Smith!"


Is this it? http://www.seldomseen.ca/


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It took a while for the several hundred photos on your link to load [emoticon] There were some interesting ones among them though. Now I know I have to go to Texas to see a dreadnought [emoticon]


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[emoticon] Very nice - no grass is going to grow under your feet! Talk about putting on the miles. Thanks for putting the pics up in the online album, plus the labelling of the pics was great. Got the urge to go for a "drive" again? We often say that after getting home from a long trip. Thanks for taking the time to post everything.


On the road again...

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That looks like one amazing trip. Thanks for sharing. I need to do a trip like that.


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Posted: 09/13/10 10:13pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Nice trip Cal, glad you had a good time. Great pictures too.

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cewillis wrote:


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Joshua Tree National Park - last night on the road


Wow, that post must be strong if it can hold up your truck and camper!





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Posted: 09/15/10 09:01am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks for all the nice comments.
Steve -- next time. I thought about it, but was a little eager to get home ---.


Cal


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Great pics.


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Posted: 09/19/10 04:57pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Seldomseen is Canadian?
Seldomseen has visited Canada?
Seldomseen was run out of Canada?

  1. No
  2. Yes, but no one has named any roads after me, at least not that they told me about
  3. My lawyer won't let me answer this question.


Cal, I liked your trip report - looks like an epic journey and a great time. Did you venture down the aforementioned Seldom Seen road? If there is any connection with my chosen moniker the road is dirt, somewhat rough, and leads to places where few others go. If not, then I formally renounce any relationship with said road. [emoticon]


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