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beautiful scenery there , inspirational for sure

sometimes inspiration , mostly perspiration
...So let's spark another spliff with no hesitation


 

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It's a beautiful 70 degree day here
 

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Had this guy visit the other day... not very blue, but definitely a bluejay
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@Sampson. Recognize this?

(Of course he does)

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Yupp, that cat was a beast. He would hike with me for miles and miles, and when he got tired he would climb up and lay down on the top of my pack to rest. I remember one week when it dumped so much snow that the cat was swimming around and digging tunnels in it.

You can actually see where my old house was in that pic, in the top right corner where the creek came out between the cliffs.

My ol' Dane, Marley, is buried under the biggest pine tree in the first draw to the left of the house.

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Yupp, that cat was a beast. He would hike with me for miles and miles, and when he got tired he would climb up and lay down on the top of my pack to rest. I remember one week when it dumped so much snow that the cat was swimming around and digging tunnels in it.

You can actually see where my old house was in that pic, in the top right corner where the creek came out between the cliffs.

My ol' Dane, Marley, is buried under the biggest pine tree in the first draw to the left of the house.

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Thats so awesome sampson. You're lucky to have such a cool dude to Pal around with like that that's a rarity. He looks like a major badass.
 

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Thats so awesome sampson. You're lucky to have such a cool dude to Pal around with like that that's a rarity. He looks like a major badass.
Yea, he was all muscle under that fur. Had a great life until he disappeared one night. Might have been the coyotes or the cougars, or he just kept wandering, but he was a great cat while he was around.
 

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Loving my new phone! Everything I hated about my old one this is improved upon. I just found out how much better the camera is to. I took the same picture with the other camera and it was worlds apart. Just has a little bit of a fisheye or panarama thing built-in at a push of a button.

Anyway, my back 40 through the screen

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what phone?
 

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So it has a 50 cal and a 30 cal "coax" gun. I guess the one on top is 50. Probably good for hitting light vehicles. 385 gallons of diesel should be considered a fill-up and get the free Roadrunner glass or Noah's Ark figurine. I think it is funny that a battle tank is "protected" by a rope. Why not just let people touch and feel and climb all over it to get an idea of its strength awesomeness?
 

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So it has a 50 cal and a 30 cal "coax" gun. I guess the one on top is 50. Probably good for hitting light vehicles. 385 gallons of diesel should be considered a fill-up and get the free Roadrunner glass or Noah's Ark figurine. I think it is funny that a battle tank is "protected" by a rope. Why not just let people touch and feel and climb all over it to get an idea of its strength awesomeness?
Probably because all of the hubcaps have been stolen.
 

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Geeze took me way to long to find out that answer. Its an LG Aristo 5. Paid like $75 with the "upgrade" metro does every so many months