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Posted By: Bob Harris, 07-17-2012, 07:45 PM

We are now in Montana camped on the Yellowstone River with views of the Absaroka Mountains and will be here for a week exploring Yellowstone NP and other areas nearby.

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07-19-2012, 04:56 AM   #16
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Looks like you'll have some room there Bob , beautiful scenery.
plenty of room here Dave, "come on down".

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that's a fair backyard you have there, TFS, looking forward to more shots of the park.
cheers.
wide open spaces here CC and I hate to tell you this but it is summer here.
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Mmmm Having a wonderful Wine wish you were Beer! Very nice Bob, good opportunity for some great shots!
Well thank you EM, I will drink to that.
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I love your lifestyle Bob. !

Unfortunately my better half would never agree to emulation. Massages and restaurants (I can get out of most) with friends is a Chinese institution
Kevin, wouldn't it be wonderful if we could change places for a year. Talk about culture shock for me.

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Hi Bob, beautiful mountains nicely captured. I agree with Frogfish, you are living my dream lifestyle, enjoy it and keep the photo's coming
Christo, keep enjoying what you have, retirement comes way too fast and then what would you do
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Bob you certainly get around and guess what? I found a song that fits you to a tee.I'll bet that you have been to many places mentioned in the song.Check it out.--charliezap
I've Been Everywhere By Johnny Cash - Postcard From Everywhere - YouTube
Haven't been to all of them, but I will certainly put the others on my list, love that song btw.
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Looks like you're livin' large, bud. Nice shots.

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Yeah Jer, makes me feel like I am a rich man being here, but alas I have to leave on Sunday.
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Montana! How beautiful!

I'm looking forward to some more of your backyard pics while you are there.

The only time I was ever west farther than Ohio was when I was 10 or 12 years old when my father took me on a vacation to a working ranch in Montana. I remember the nearest town was White Sulphur Springs - just looked on the map and it looks like you are close to that area. I vowed to myself to at least visit that area again. Now 45 years later, I am really yearning to do it. Really makes me look forward to seeing more!
Everything is Just Up the Road in Montana that is what the locals tell me, no excuses for you now, the West is waiting for you and there is no state tax here either. I think Montana has more horses than people, a beautiful place to visit.

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It's a moveable feast Bob.

Thanks for sharing.

Roll that thing up to Banff and Jasper to see how things look further North. You could drop in and see Heinrich on the way.

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Terri and I were talking about that Tom, but we will stop at the "line" this year and spend a couple of weeks in Glacier and then slowly head back south. I may have to get another camera, I will probably wear mine out.
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Beautiful area Bob. Looks to be quite a campground. Can't wait to see the shots you come up with while you are there.
thamks Susan, beautiful country here, went to Yellowstone yesterday and didn't get back until late last night, Terri and I took way too many pics, it was the perfect day.
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guess magnificent would be an understatement bob... awe inspiring landscape... thanks for sharing! dave m
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guess magnificent would be an understatement bob... awe inspiring landscape... thanks for sharing! dave m
thanks so much Dave, wide open beautiful country here just waiting for you. Hope that storm didn't get to you. Bob
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