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Posted: 10/12/21 09:40am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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Healthy 5"... LOVE it!!!!!!!


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#1Flyboy wrote:

…. Here I am toughening it out in the Philippines & wishing I was in the TC somewhere… Actually on day 8 of a 10 day quarantine locked up in a hotel room overlooking Manila Bay & guess what…NO Alcohol allowed during quarantine…… And REALITY CHECK the dog and I flew into the Fry Canyon dirt strip years ago & stayed at the motel restaurant that operated there, now a residence.


Rancher we were spending time with up there pointed out two landing strips...not used much now. They were north of the river in the Glen Canyon rec area.

Saw a couple planes dropping in near Hite Crossing to pick up a bike tour group from Moab...lol, I imagine that was cheap. The strip is next to the hwy on the in between the two bridges.

No Alcohol...??
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About two weeks ago near Cloudcroft, NM. If you look close you can see a dusting of snow.

Skeered me…..I almost wet myself. [emoticon]

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This was this morning on my way into town to have breakfast with a couple of friends.


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Your Amazon order might be late. [emoticon]


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We see snow as well.
Mt Charleston. 25 miles horizontally, 8000' vertically. I am comfortable with this distance.
The weather should come back to 80F by the weekend.
My amazon package was delivered by UPS today.
Coincidence?





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Your Amazon order might be late. [emoticon]


From what stories I have heard, Amazon drivers seem to be in about the same league as Swift operators for Walmart. [emoticon]


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At least he’s still upside-right! [emoticon]

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From what stories I have heard, Amazon drivers seem to be in about the same league as Swift operators for Walmart. [emoticon]


I hear the same thing. [emoticon]

I kind of felt sorry for them. Every car that drove by had a camera hanging out the window taking pictures of them.

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At least he’s still upside-right! [emoticon]

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That's why the trailer still has a smile on the side. [emoticon]

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