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Apr 25, 2018 00:24:47   #
with them living there you wont have any rabits ;mice or other rodents to worry about. nice shots I will be looking forward to seeing more shots of your new tennet.
 
Apr 21, 2018 01:12:28   #
Halkeye wrote:
Train Vacation.
Going to Michigan in Sept round trip from Sandiego Ca and stopping in Williams Az on the way back and take the Grand Canyon train.Hope to have my travel plans straight.


sept. at the Grand Canyon is beautiful and the train from Williams to the G/C is a great trip.as far as getting around to the view points on the suttle you will not have any problems at all.You can get on and off whenever you want too. They run all day from the vistors center to all view points about every 30 mins. I hope you have a great trip. IF you are a triple A member they do have a great package for the G/C train trip. IT includes 2 nights in Williams and one night in a hotel at the G/C.
Apr 15, 2018 22:30:06   #
FL Streetrodder wrote:
And now for some Horsepower, Roadrunner, in the way of a vehicle namesake.


nice looking roadrunner I really like the color ;is it a 68 or 69 with a 383 in it. from the people I talked to that owned them they were either really good running cars or had all kind of problems with them. I still see a lot of them at the car shows.
Apr 10, 2018 00:17:21   #
photophile wrote:
I enjoyed the meerkats and the big cat most. We visited that zoo many years ago.


at the zoo they have redone the area where the big cats are housed so they have more room to move around and interact with each other.this allows them to expierance more freedom and move from one enclosure to another.
Apr 8, 2018 15:38:49   #
was at the S.D Zoo last sat. for the first time in months. Here are a few shots from the day.


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this panda is 26 years old.

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Apr 6, 2018 00:27:13   #
Carolina Wings wrote:
Very nice series Barry


Thank you for looking.I need to get back up there soon.
 
Apr 4, 2018 22:29:17   #
Thank you for looking and the comments.
Apr 4, 2018 01:57:44   #
going through some old pictures and came across these.
view from hwy 120 going into Yosemite.

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Yosemite Chapel

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Mar 29, 2018 00:51:20   #
pick up a copy of PhotoSecrets San Diego by Andrew Hudson it will show you everything in and around San Diego. The cost new is about $19.00 but IM sure you can find it on amazon for around $10.00. IT is also a good souvenir of the area. I hope you have a good trip.
Mar 17, 2018 01:06:35   #
I have been w/w rafting for years and what I have learned is this.If you take a good camera on the water make sure you use a w/p case to keep it in .you can always take it out of the case to take pictures then return it to the case when not in use.I also always take a w/p camera with me [ mine is a nicon aw100] for when I'm feeling lazy and just want to take quick shots. My last kayak trip was 6 days on Jackson lake in yelloowstone N.P .I got some great pictures while kayaking. As in doing anything with a camera around water you just have to be careful.If you would like to see some of the pictures I took I will dig them out and post them for you. Before that kayaking trip I had no expierence in a kayak other then a few leasons on mission bay in cal. Make sure your seat is adjusted right so you are comfortable or it will be a long day.
Feb 17, 2018 00:51:32   #
rmorrison1116 wrote:
Brings back memories of my first motorcycle trip to the western USA, many years ago. We had spent the night in Williams AZ and rode up to the South rim the following morning. Someone said, "I wonder how long it would take to get from here to the north rim", and off we went. I don't remember exactly how long it took but we got there much later that afternoon.


from the south rim to the north rim is about 200 miles.I have driven it a few times and it is a long ride.
 
Feb 15, 2018 00:42:44   #
KTJohnson wrote:
1928 Ford Model A


now that is a sweet ride.
Feb 15, 2018 00:36:01   #
Cany143 wrote:
Looking northwest from the Island Mesa.


beautiful shot must see it on d/l
Feb 8, 2018 22:36:06   #
charles tabb wrote:
So, what are you going to do when you buy a new car?
If, you were to buy a new car.
It will be no music for you then, on the road.


I guess I will have to use my porable cd player and buy lots of batt. or use a 12 volt dc adapter..I also have a portable cass player.
Feb 7, 2018 23:22:33   #
I guess you can call me old school because I still have all of the real to real tapes I made when I came home from the service in 1972 about 200 tapes some with music that you would be hard pressed to find now days .I still like to fire it up every now and then an it still sounds great.I also have about 100 vinel records both albums and 45s most are in like new condition because when I bought them I would copy them to the tapes and put them away so most were only played one time.I also have about 200 cds. My home system consists of a matched set rec.real to real tape deck turntable;and 4 floor speakers from 1970 which I bought in Japan; also have a 6 dic cd player and a cass.player all are hooked up together so whatever I want to listen too all I do is turn a dial to the unit I want . In my 2004 p/f I have a radio;cd player and a cass.player. I always liked to make my own tapes so I only had music I wanted to hear. I'm 69 y/o and still love the oldies from the 60s and the old country music. All the music from that time can be found on cds at oldies .com your source for rare & hard to find cds and dvds &more. phone num. is 1 800 336 4627.
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