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Old 07-24-2010, 08:33 PM   #1
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A few pics from our most recent outing. We were dry camped in our favorite area in amongst the trees and near a creek. We spent a few days dirt bike riding (my first time as I am a street bike rider but I did fine although I think it was an attempt to kill me by my wife ). One day Jeepn', and a ride up to a nearby lake for a picnic. The picture of Mt. Rainier was taken on a forest service back road from the Jeep.
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Old 07-24-2010, 08:50 PM   #2
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Rainier is spectacular. Climbing it is one of life's big thrills.
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Old 07-24-2010, 09:07 PM   #3
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Nice pics, NWJ. Thanks...........
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Old 07-24-2010, 09:12 PM   #4
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NWJeeper, thanks for the pics.

That type of scenery is what I always pictured camping should be. Hopefully in a few more years I'll have the time to travel to those places.
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Old 07-24-2010, 10:11 PM   #5
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Wow wow wow. Great pictures. You rich old guys have all the fun and the best sites. Seriously they are great and thanks for sharing. If I can't be there this is surely the next best thing. I wish I was as good with a camera as you are. Old Guys
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Wow wow wow. Great pictures. You rich old guys have all the fun and the best sites. Seriously they are great and thanks for sharing. If I can't be there this is surely the next best thing. I wish I was as good with a camera as you are. Old Guys


Wow, I didn't know I was old and I wished someone would have told me. I'm sure the neighbors don't think I am rich by the look of my front yard. I know they wished I would spend some money on landscaping rather than the RV. Nah, I'm not rich, just have good credit and lots of payments.
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Yeah. I know what you mean. My neighbours think just because I retired early we must be loaded. Little do the young ones know it was more of a health and lifestyle decision. They would be surprized to learn we live on half or less of their income and eat a lot of Kraft Dinner and wieners. But the nice thing is that when we do go on a ramble they all start to worry about us if we take to long and are a bit overdue. Go figure huh. Old Guys
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As always great pictures. Thanks for showing us Easterners those wonderful sights.
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Great pics!!!


Thanks for sharing!
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Beautiful pictures. I look forward to discovering such beautiful sights when I retire. And now that I have the mh my front yard and house has suffered! lol I just want to get up and go!
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I've got an important question here. Would you be willing to adopt me as your sister? Then I wouldn't feel so bad about coming in and living with you! hehehe To see sights like that, pure heaven, NO MATTER what the age of the person looking is!!!
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Old 07-27-2010, 09:46 PM   #13
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I've got an important question here. Would you be willing to adopt me as your sister? Then I wouldn't feel so bad about coming in and living with you! hehehe To see sights like that, pure heaven, NO MATTER what the age of the person looking is!!!
Sure thing sis, come on out. We've got lots of great sites to see out here, but then so does this entire country. We have found some great places on our travels that we would never have known were there by Geocaching. It's a great way to find those places only the "locals" know about.
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