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Posted: 05/02/12 10:07am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Too much scenery in Whazoo's photos? NEVER!!!! You've done your usual fantastic job of trip reporting. Thank you! You brightened this gloomy May Gray San Diego County morning for me.

I liked the photon crutches, too. My hiking sticks (outdoor crutches/weapons) could use an upgrade like that.


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Dear Dave,Lynn and o'course Bear (burp).

You make it so tempting. We've never experienced this type of ruins and petroglyphs. Back in the day, when we were sailing in remote waters, it was the thrill of imagining what it must have been like to have come upon such beauty, being able to work out the way into and around atolls and reefs. To speculate on how the original inhabitants lived and loved and dined and danced,was and is,for us, some of lifes best benefits. Along with afternoon cocktails, of course!

We, Linda and Marley( the well travelled Labradoddle) and I are putting strong intentions into pulling off a trip to Glacier NP and the Montana Truck Camper Rally. It's a definite maybe. If when we shake de money tree,de money falls to she and me. Back on the road to adventure we will be! And maybe a peek into your world of canyons and buttes, we shall see.

Thanks a bunch for sharing your skills and views.

Love to all,

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What to say ? If I say : " as always a great report Whazoo etc..." you will think that you are an Hollywood star and you will have "ankle which swells" (translation from French expression which say very overproud [emoticon] )
But it's your sceneries which is the show , and this sceneries is magnificent.
Thanks Dave to show us these incredible landscapes with talent and humor.


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Thanks for the great report....


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You have done it again -- very well done. Makes me want to go back to visit Lake Powell.


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Posted: 05/02/12 10:57am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Thanks for posting another great trip report Whazoo!

Wow Lake Powell one of my favorite places.

Hiked Explorer Canyon way back before the lake started filling and I was just 15 or 16.

Boated on the lake way back when I thought we were being overcharged for fuel near Rainbow Bridge.
Tanks were near empty from the trip so we paid the outrageous price of 50 cents a gallon.

Spent a night in a wind and rain storm holding the tent poles to keep the tent up.
Youngest son held on for dear life even with water running down his arms getting him very wet.
That son is now 46.

Frist trip of my retirement back in 2006.
The two months I spent there on my boat were not enough.

Thanks for stirring good memories.


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Thanks go out to the Whazoo's for another beautiful trip report. We are lucky to have someone willing to share the exciting trips with the RV net community.
I can tell that you, like me, do not take your good fortune for granted. Enjoy your travels and please continue to share them with us.

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AWESOME!!! Love your sense of adventure and sense of humor. Thanks for sharing these wonderful pics.

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Another great one Whazoo. Thanks


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another GREAT TR,we are so spoiled as anything less would be unacceptable.

Cmon Whaz couldn't you elaborate just a little on the circumstances surrounding your little indiscretion on the MC,we want tell anyone,honest injun. [emoticon] [emoticon]

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