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Old 09-05-2013, 11:45 PM   #2997
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We have some folding chairs. And a folding table. But no folding boat or Yak. I think I will have to rent a Yak, to try it out. Does one plan on getting soaked when paddling? Or can you expect to stay dry? I'm admit to ignorance. But it sure sounds like I would like to try this activity.
I had a folding boat. It wasn't supposed too!
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Old 09-06-2013, 06:46 AM   #2998
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How 'bout some train pix? If you like trains, I can name you a few campgrounds where they roll in the door and out the window, or so it seems...
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Wow! That a pretty geographically diverse set of photos. We're still in the Columbia Gorge, where the trains run (often two or three an hour), 24/7, on both sides of the river. If ya don't like the train sounds, then ya ain't got no business be'n here! Fortunately, we love the sound as long as their horns aren't too close. Try the KOA in Cascade Locks if you wanna hear horns all night.
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DW and I saw a few trains on our way east. We will be staying longer at various watching sites on the way home (no time constraint) so we will post a few also.

BTW the Loco on the right is the tail end of a west bound wheat train and the ones on the left are hauling empty coal cars back east somewhere. The bridge picture is at Lethbridge Alberta whetre the Canadian Pacific cross "Old Man River."
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It's not an accordion for cryin' out loud, it's 10.5 feet long, 24 inches high, and 4 inches deep when folded up. No, I can't carry it on top of the car because I have a full sliding window up there. Hey, maybe I can get DW to ride in the back and I can stick it up like a surfboard. NOT.
Wow big boat. Never hit water?...


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Nice pic!
Reminds me of a winter home we had on Alderaan
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Nice pic!
Reminds me of a winter home we had on Alderaan
But where are the flowers. Wait... That was Algernon and a mouse methinks. Yep that's it. Flowers for Algernon. Suppose it may have been in Alderaan, but can't be for sure. Twas a mutants age ago that I read that. In those days Sci Fi was much fun and fantasy.
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Third day in Hawaii and have seen zero RV's. starting to get DT's.
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It never ceases to amaze me when I tell someone that I've RV'd in 49 States and they ask me which one I hadn't been to.
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Old train pic, if pic works, great, if no pic this time, just ponder, I'm going to beach!
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I was on that train last year. It runs out of Chama NM.


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Anyone else into jigsaw puzzles? They are also something I have to do on my iPad because of Sena. I use a jigsaw puzzle app by Intuitive Innovations that allows me to use saved pictures as new puzzles. All of the photos Y'all are posting make terrific puzzles. Even Wayne's bacon air freshener
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