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10-22-2021, 10:26 AM - 2 Likes   #92806
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The deep blue color of the springs is stunning in person.
This is the Big one:

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Alley Spring:
Purty, definitely will have to be on one of our NA trailer tours after I retire.
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Purty, definitely will have to be on one of our NA trailer tours after I retire.
We welcome Canuckian money.
Lots of camping areas, and lots of folks taking canoe/kayak float trips on crystal clear, spring fed rivers.
If swimming, there will be shrinkage.

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We welcome Canuckian money.
Lots of camping areas, and lots of folks taking canoe/kayak float trips on crystal clear, spring fed rivers.
One of the many things that impresses me about Missouri is that the state parks are free. There is a charge for camping in them, but not for entry.
My absolute favorite place to camp is Arrow Rock Campground just outside of Boone's Lick State Historic Site.
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3 days and 2 nights away is all it takes to make one appreciate the comforts of home.
...and the speed with which The Thread moves on.
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...and the speed with which The Thread moves on.
Not only the speed, but the way it can (and does) change direction in any random direction whilst never even thinking about slowing down….

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I sense a traitor within us... anything else you want to tell us before it's too late and the evil Hocir attacks destroying Tokyo @StiffLegged;?

10-23-2021, 08:38 AM - 5 Likes   #92814
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I sense a traitor within us... anything else you want to tell us before it's too late and the evil Hocir attacks destroying Tokyo @StiffLegged;?
I'll heat the tar, someone get the feathers!
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I'll heat the tar, someone get the feathers!
That tar might come in handy for the roof we built today, don’t waste it!
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I'll heat the tar, someone get the feathers!
I've got the rail !
10-23-2021, 11:00 AM - 3 Likes   #92817
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Not only the speed, but the way it can (and does) change direction in any random direction whilst never even thinking about slowing down….
The livE hociR will not be denied.
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QuoteOriginally posted by RoxnDox Quote
Not only the speed, but the way it can (and does) change direction in any random direction whilst never even thinking about slowing down….
In other words a UFO. The definition of which, with regard to context within this thread, is: Unrelated (to the topic) Forum Oration
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In other words a UFO. The definition of which, with regard to context within this thread, is: Unrelated (to the topic) Forum Oration

My wife and I watched a recent TV series from former US Intelligence agent, Luis Elizondo about UFO phenomenon.

We found it quite interesting and then of course shortly after, the US Navy released videos of unidentified flying objects that some navy personnel observed, tried to interact with and filmed. Some observers were experienced fighter aircraft pilots and if I recall the UFO's were described as Tik Tok shaped objects that moved in a manner and speed that was surprising.

I'm no expert, but I found the information released by a credible source such as the US Navy interesting .

We live in an fascinating world and universe.


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Skimmed through some of the posts I missed and did not see the mention of bacon. I'm sure I must have overlooked it.
Nice discussion on my favorite food group, dessert. Never had it, but must seek out some Walkers shortbread.
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