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Old 09-21-2014, 12:49 PM   #211
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Where is that exactly?
Skip got it. That is Monument Valley. Highway 163 southbound in Utah. I'll get the gps coords and post it here after I look it up.
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Where is that exactly?
About 7 1/2 mi south of Mexican Hat, Utah on 163. 37* 06' 14.23"N
109* 59' 13.59"W

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Northbound on Highway 37 in Big Horn Canyon National Recreation Area in the toad. The second picture I had backed up and pulled over to the left shoulder to let the cattle drive pass on my right, still shooting through the windshield.

The Big Horn Canyon National Recreation Area is a well-kept secret just north of Lovell, WY and stretches into Montana.

Horseshoe Bend Campground - Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area (U.S. National Park Service)
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Old 09-21-2014, 04:19 PM   #215
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Wow, your cats look so relaxed while traveling!
Those three are, the other four find other places. The oldest likes a bed on one of the lounge chairs, another likes in my wifes lap, one on the floor just behind the front seats and the other goes under one of the other lounge chairs. Sometimes they pick other places too depending on? Who knows with cats!
The one on the left (Tomiko) in the picture (post #161) also loves to go for walks on a leash too, even at home. I suspect he'd do just fine without the leash but the contact with the breeder prohibits it.
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Another sunset in the Okanagan Valley. Last day of summer.
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Jeep trail up to Yankee Boy Basin, west of Ouray, CO
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Great photos but Andrea, whassup with the glove to hold the fish?

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Hahah Richardddd - don't judge Basically i've never fished in my life - and the first time i went out i caught a 5 pound largemouth that i could barely reel in, so Ernest, who took us out, handled him for me as well as the other 4 huge fish i caught sooo...

I knew going out in kayaks, just Jay and I, that I would be far enough away from him that no help would be available...and I've never touched a fish...so I figured the glove would help me get over the slimy factor, handle the fish like I mean it, and therefore not skewer my fingers in the process.

There will come a day very soon, where the gloves are thrown, along with caution to the wind...and you'll see pictures of huge fish and bare hands...

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Jeep trail up to Yankee Boy Basin, west of Ouray, CO
Oh, it's one of our favorite areas for 4-wheeling!!
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And someone told me the grades there weren't bad. 15% is "bad" in my opinion.
This is a remote section of the park with mostly hiking tails and Elk viewing at the end of the road although there is a campground there as well .
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