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Posted By: skinja, 08-16-2010, 05:37 PM



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Must be a wonderful picnic spot!

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That is really spectacular terrain. Great shot.
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John ! Good to see ya hope all is well We may hookup again if Grant has anything to do with it !

I like this shot - something out of the 1960's Batman Series with the angle. Well done.

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Great shot... Did you four-wheel up there and check out the mine itself? (yeah I know it's not very safe, but sometimes ya just have to tempt fate....)

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Great to see some of your work again John. JIM
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Must be a wonderful picnic spot!
It is and your always welcome.

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That is really spectacular terrain. Great shot.
And just so much area to choose from, thanks for looking.

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John ! Good to see ya hope all is well We may hookup again if Grant has anything to do with it !

I like this shot - something out of the 1960's Batman Series with the angle. Well done.
Thanks Dave, all is well, A little more work would be great, but it's coming along. You, Grant and Jimbo sounds like trouble to me, Colorado would never be the same. I did tell you I love the hat didn't I

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Great shot... Did you four-wheel up there and check out the mine itself? (yeah I know it's not very safe, but sometimes ya just have to tempt fate....)


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We did complete the drive, but we didn't spend as much time up there as I would have liked. Some how I think I'll be back up there. So many mines up here this may not be the best one. I'll work on finding better ones. are you still in NEBR?

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Great to see some of your work again John. JIM
Jimbo, thanks buddy. I like this place and missed it. I'll try not to be out as long next time.
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We did complete the drive, but we didn't spend as much time up there as I would have liked. Some how I think I'll be back up there. So many mines up here this may not be the best one. I'll work on finding better ones. are you still in NEBR?
I am still in Nebraska, but not for long... I leave for a week's meeting in Peurto Rico on the 29th, get back on the 4th, pack up the moving van on the 7th and head west on the 8th :-)

We'll be settling in to the lovely little town of Gig Harbor, down by Tacoma. Can't afford the really scenic views, but we'll be close to them

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Nice image, I really like it.
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I am still in Nebraska, but not for long... I leave for a week's meeting in Peurto Rico on the 29th, get back on the 4th, pack up the moving van on the 7th and head west on the 8th :-)

We'll be settling in to the lovely little town of Gig Harbor, down by Tacoma. Can't afford the really scenic views, but we'll be close to them

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I know Gig Harbor, Just lived on the other side of the bridge (Narrows, Galloping girdie) for years. It is a very scenic area and I look forward to your touch on the pictures. I assume the misses got the nursing job. Best of luck to you in your move.

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Nice image, I really like it.
Thanks Heinrich.
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This photo is very pleasant to look at. Thanks for the great work!
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This photo is very pleasant to look at. Thanks for the great work!
Thank you, I appreciate the kind words.
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I know Gig Harbor, Just lived on the other side of the bridge (Narrows, Galloping girdie) for years. It is a very scenic area and I look forward to your touch on the pictures. I assume the misses got the nursing job. Best of luck to you in your move.
I'm looking forward to doing some shooting around the area with my new 12-24... I bought it mostly for the upcoming trip to PR, but I have plans for it in the new home port too!

Yes, Sue got hired on at a very nice new clinic, as one of their Family Practice docs. Looking forward to a much nicer work environment than the one she's left...

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I'm looking forward to doing some shooting around the area with my new 12-24... I bought it mostly for the upcoming trip to PR, but I have plans for it in the new home port too!

Yes, Sue got hired on at a very nice new clinic, as one of their Family Practice docs. Looking forward to a much nicer work environment than the one she's left...

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I hope you enjoy the weather, when it is nice not to many other places I'd rather be. For the other 290 days I kind of like Denver.

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