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PostPosted: Wed Dec 17, 2008 11:11 am    Post subject: The Lost Sailor - Post Photos of Yourself Reply with quote

Here I am, trying to DL as much music as I can before the gubbamint puts its foot down and disables all internet DLing sites, etc.
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You have more than a touch of grey; must have had a rough upbringing. Very Happy
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 17, 2008 1:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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You have more than a touch of grey; must have had a rough upbringing. Very Happy


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2009 12:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here is a picture of when I was in college, ca. 1999. I am the one passed out in the chair rocking it mohawk style. Must have been a good night.


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Here I am at some point last year in Paris


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2009 12:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I love that one of those girls is wearing a Britney Spears shirt will holding up her SKS.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2009 12:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I love that one of those girls is wearing a Britney Spears shirt will holding up her SKS.


SKS? Based on the magazine and stock I thought it was a Lee-Enfield but I could very easily be wrong

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2009 12:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I love that one of those girls is wearing a Britney Spears shirt will holding up her SKS.


SKS? Based on the magazine and stock I thought it was a Lee-Enfield but I could very easily be wrong


I think you are right upon closer exmination. I didn't look closely, just at the magazine and the nationality of the wielders.

Either way, rockin' a Britney shirt while doing such an exercise is awesome.
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You know, I think you're right. Those do look like Enfields, maybe MK I or MK II? Tough to say. Weird, though, you'd think they'd have SKS's.
That is a great picture, Britney Spears shirt is hilarious too.
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I love that one of those girls is wearing a Britney Spears shirt will holding up her SKS.


SKS? Based on the magazine and stock I thought it was a Lee-Enfield but I could very easily be wrong


I think you are right upon closer exmination. I didn't look closely, just at the magazine and the nationality of the wielders.

Either way, rockin' a Britney shirt while doing such an exercise is awesome.


Very Happy


If they are in fact Enfields it raises a pretty interesting question: where the hell did they get them all!?

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My theory: Chiang Kai-Shek told the Allies he was going to quit on us once again unless he got a huge shipment of guns during WWII, and then a bunch of Maoists got their hands on them after they took over. I believe 10 million SMLEs were manufactured, I still have that one that my uncle picked up, it's in my gun safe. Try to get a picture of it, probably not while I'm watching the kids though.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 23, 2009 1:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah, those are pretty much collector's items nowadays.

Of course, anywhere where the British were, you can find them.
In Afghanistan you can get them CHEAP, if you can manage to get them back to the USA... which you can't, unless you are high ranking enough to declare it a "historical" gift from your chain of command...
Brigade level approval...

In Iraq tons of (idiotic) dudes were sending back disassembled AKs, etc. in the mail. Most got caught.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 02, 2009 1:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here is a vintage picture of my brother, I do not know what year or anything, make up your own story if you'd like. I laughed my ass off when I saw it up.


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Reminds me of an 80's wrestler.
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Reminds me of an 80's wrestler.


I had Randy "Macho Man" Savage in mind, I remember those eldritch days.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 02, 2009 1:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Here is a vintage picture of my brother, I do not know what year or anything, make up your own story if you'd like. I laughed my ass off when I saw it up.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 02, 2009 11:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Drinking some orange juice Laughing


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Here's a picture of me taken before bed after I was dancing all night in DC at RFK during the 6/14/91 show:


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the wolf dude:


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yes, that an "Official Tour" hat, bought on the corner of Haight & Asbury

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2009 1:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

cheesebeer wrote:
You know, I think you're right. Those do look like Enfields, maybe MK I or MK II? Tough to say. Weird, though, you'd think they'd have SKS's.
That is a great picture, Britney Spears shirt is hilarious too.


Yup, definately are not SKS's I shot a nutria with an SKS - it dispatched of the varmint but those things are fairly small - like carbines & have the kick of a 22.
I shot an Enfeild once - a friend of a friend had it. Kicked like hell but almost cut a sapling in half.

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Post WWII every high school (13yrs - 17yrs) in New Zealand had an "armoury" which was stuffed full of old Carbines and Lee Enfield .303s, some of them dating back to pre-WWI - army surplus stuff, and for years after the war, all high school boys spent one afternoon a fortnight doing "military drill" and lugging these things around, learning slope arms, present arms, order arms and so forth, and once a year we got an issue of blanks each and were sent out onto the local golf course to conduct a mock battle.

Eventually these school units were all de-commissioned and most of the rifles were sold to deer hunters. You can still find plenty of them around.

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Mt Katahdin August 2006 - it was cold and windy.

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Big Schloss hike on the Va/WV border last fall. It was not cold and windy

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Me a couple of years ago in Florida with the Blonde Bytch.

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Nice, so, I am guessing you used to live in FL? I ask because I live there now. Tampa Bay.
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Yeah I lived in Orange City - Near Daytona, for almost a year........not the best year of my life.......

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2009 2:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks like some good walking, Dave. Love those bridges....


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Looks like some good walking, Dave. Love those bridges....


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That's awesome. I love swinging bridges. Where is that?

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First one is the Henry bridge on the St James Walkway in the Central Southern Alps, second is the Steele Creek bridge on the Greenstone Track, way down the bottom of the South Island.

There's also good ones on the Heaphy Track. (In fact, they're all over our tramping routes. The biggest is just under a hundred metres in the Tararuas, bottom of the North Island: (sways in the wind)


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Mt Katahdin August 2006 - it was cold and windy.

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Yeah, great hiking and camping out there.
What part of the DC area do you live in S&R?
Ever hiked Old Rag?
We were thinking of going to camp at Elizabeth Furnace in George Washington NF this weekend, if the weather gets better. Awesome area between Front Royal and Strasburg.

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Yeah, great hiking and camping out there.
What part of the DC area do you live in S&R?
Ever hiked Old Rag?
We were thinking of going to camp at Elizabeth Furnace in George Washington NF this weekend, if the weather gets better. Awesome area between Front Royal and Strasburg.


I live downtown on 17th St (NW) in between Adams/Morgan and Meridian Hill/Malcolm X Park.

I love Old Rag. We go rock climbing up there sometimes -- only exposed granite in the region. I like Liz's Furnace too and have camped out there as well. Nice hiking along the ridge up there. We also go out to Seneca Rocks, WV pretty often (mainly for climbing).

Let me know if you ever come into DC, maybe we can grab a beer or something.

I know exactly where that is. Sorta Adams Morgan. Cool area of the city. Changed a lot in recent years. A friend of mine lives on 18th right off Dupont Circle. My wife and I come in for 9:30 or Black Cat shows sometimes. Next time I'm planning on coming down I'll give a shout - and vice versa - usually some fun stuff (festivals, etc..going on in B-more during the summer.
And back to hiking - Old Rag rocks. Gets a little crowded but the bouldering is a blast and the views are killer. I bet its nice right now (well not exactly now since its raining). Laughing

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I love these pictures of everyone, thanks for posting them! This is me...


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I was at a fair with my kids. There is a little hand on my shoulder

edit:that was not a child's hand on my shoulder, it was my ex husbands! LOL


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Look's like you and the kiddies were havin' a good time the sugarmag. Very Happy

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With the sun setting over the Pacific. San Diego, CA, August 2008

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For the last time Box... stop calling that work!!!
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With the sun setting over the Pacific. San Diego, CA, August 2008

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the red top and sunglasses look great on you Koch!
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There is this guy who I always see walking the roads around my house who looks exactly like you except about 30 years younger. He always wears a yellow jacket too. I suspect he's an authentic mountain man up to no good Twisted Evil Laughing

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I loved seeing pictures of all of you! What do you do, Boxorain? Are you a geologist or something?
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There is this guy who I always see walking the roads around my house who looks exactly like you except about 30 years younger. He always wears a yellow jacket too. I suspect he's an authentic mountain man up to no good Twisted Evil Laughing


I've had a charmed life with the weather - only had to wear raingear twice in the last five years in all sorts of seasons. Be more accurate to call me a valley man. There's mountain men and plainsmen, but I like the low ground surrounded by hills and mountains. In the landscape, not on it. Plains are even more unnerving than mountains, if it comes to it.

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Love that west coast surf, Rob. You ARE doing more than just paddling in it?

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Hey man....for whatever reasono I was thinking about those gnarly pictures of snakes you posted a long time ago (an no I didn't mail the tickets today....too busy....um....). Any chance you could post'em again (they kinda make me sick to my stomach but I can't look away!)

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During a day-trip to Belgium:


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At a Ratdog show, on mushrooms, about two years ago with my best friend. She's now living the dream life in Hawaii


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Gig picture! See my beautiful Vox there in the background?


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My family....


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A nice walk through the woods in Hertfordshire (this is all of 5 - 10 minutes from my front door)


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The waterfall in Glyncorrwg, Wales. I have generations of pictures of family members sitting by it. It sits beside a dirt path in between the village and the coal mine. My grandmother used to walk the path at 4am everyday to be at the canteen before the miners and serve them breakfast. This was long before alarm clocks of any kind made it to the Valleys in Wales so she was even up before the "waker-upper"...the guy whose job it was to go around the village waking everyone up


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Finally...me at the Château de Vincennes just outside of Paris....home of the Service Historique de l'Armée de Terre and the corresponding archives


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Grandpa's kickin' ass with a full pack. Kudos a.j.!!!

and sweet guitars and amps J.J.!!
That pic of the woods in Hertfordshire reminds me of New England. or New England looks like Old England... Shocked

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JJ, is that at Eben Emael? Seized during a glider/para assault (one of the first ever) in WW2 by Hauptman (Captain) Koch?
I read a book about that, pretty awesome battle. It had to do with taking this "impregnable" fortress, which he managed to do by coming from ABOVE rather than ground level. The proof that airborne troops would be effective in the future.
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Natural Resources Manager (wildlife habitat, vegetation, noxious weeds, watershed function, etc.). This photo was taken on the Oregon side of Hells Canyon...

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The snake den!


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^^^^^^^Indiana Jones would have been shittin his pants.
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I loved seeing pictures of all of you! What do you do, Boxorain? Are you a geologist or something?


Natural Resources Manager (wildlife habitat, vegetation, noxious weeds, watershed function, etc.). This photo was taken on the Oregon side of Hells Canyon...

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Hey man....for whatever reasono I was thinking about those gnarly pictures of snakes you posted a long time ago (an no I didn't mail the tickets today....too busy....um....). Any chance you could post'em again (they kinda make me sick to my stomach but I can't look away!)


The snake den!


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Awesome man, I don't think I've seen those pics before, that is gnarly.
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The question is, did you know about the snake den previously, or were you just strolling along during work or whatever, and go "holy motherfucking shit!"
I always pictured a rattlesnake den to be in more of a deeper cave or hole, ala True Grit.
I would have soiled myself if I saw that. Just one snake at a time in the wild tends to freak me out. Which reminds me of a story - I made the mistake of backpacking in the Ventana Wilderness (Big Sur) while on acid (Spring 1988). Besides the creepy hobbits (I'm not kidding) toooooo many creepy crawlies. In the course of a few hours I saw several snakes and lizards darting across the trail, a rattlesnake tumble off an embankment into the trail about 10-15 yards ahead of me, and then came around a bend and saw a lizard with another lizard in its mouth, only the back legs and tail were visible. Coming down that night, every time I closed my eyes I saw interlocking reptiles.

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The question is, did you know about the snake den previously, or were you just strolling along during work or whatever, and go "holy motherfucking shit!"
I always pictured a rattlesnake den to be in more of a deeper cave or hole, ala True Grit.
I would have soiled myself if I saw that. Just one snake at a time in the wild tends to freak me out. Which reminds me of a story - I made the mistake of backpacking in the Ventana Wilderness (Big Sur) while on acid (Spring 1988). Besides the creepy hobbits (I'm not kidding) toooooo many creepy crawlies. In the course of a few hours I saw several snakes and lizards darting across the trail, a rattlesnake tumble off an embankment into the trail about 10-15 yards ahead of me, and then came around a bend and saw a lizard with another lizard in its mouth, only the back legs and tail were visible. Coming down that night, every time I closed my eyes I saw interlocking reptiles.


too much Shocked !
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During a day-trip to Belgium:

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JJ, is that at Eben Emael? Seized during a glider/para assault (one of the first ever) in WW2 by Hauptman (Captain) Koch?
I read a book about that, pretty awesome battle. It had to do with taking this "impregnable" fortress, which he managed to do by coming from ABOVE rather than ground level. The proof that airborne troops would be effective in the future.


Ha...no....this is a WW1 bunker on "Hill 60" near the Messines Ridge

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My wife and I in front of Alcatraz last summer...

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Nice to put faces to all of the names!

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yeah, nice to finally see all you folks. more! more! more111!!11
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Me and the grandson on January 15 - he was 6 days old Very Happy Very Happy


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Had to edit the date above as he was born Jan. 9..... Wink

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PostPosted: Wed May 06, 2009 6:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice!
I need to get a kid so I can eventually get one of those...
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This is my daughter

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Tell the truth, is he drinking a Tequila Sunrise? And is that why he is smiling so much?
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Ha ha Koch! No it was just juice in his rocket cup from Denny's. We had the most amazing time in Hawaii, my ex attended a conference and we all got to go, we stayed at the Sheraton Waikiki. This picture was taken at breakfast, they had this great breakfast buffet and it was on sort of a terrace overlooking hte ocean. One of the best parts was drinking coffee and looking at the ocean in the morning. Ah...so luxurious. It was our last really good family trip together. I don't miss my ex and I am in fact relieved to be divorced and I I feel that all of the challenges and difficulties I am facing are well worth it, but we did have fun with our kids in Hawaii.
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couple pics from trout fishing this past weekend

here's me with a small raindbow trout:

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my buddy with a nice rainbow trout, can't see the colors here but it had a beautiful violet color:

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a bigger trout i caught early yesterday morning when i went out by myself:

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all taken on my phone...forgot the digital camera, next weekend i won't forget it
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Nice pics! where is that??
Trout are fun to catch and best of all, delicious. I wish I went fishing more.
This is a pic of me catching a northern pike in the Boundary Waters a few years ago. I was trying to catch a brown trout or a walleye, but ended up with this vicious, bony bugger instead. First time I had caught one. Those things are insane and put up a helluva fight.

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Shocked
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Those pics are from a pond on cape cod..all sorts of these kettle ponds that get stocked with trout and have large / smallmouth bass...looking to keep some next time we go and make some smoked trout...tasty!
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That sounds delicious
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PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2009 10:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Had to edit the date above as he was born Jan. 9..... Wink


Great pics so far people, big ups to you for rocking the Packers shirt JC, awesome, cute pictures! I'll get a newer picture of me up when I get the chance.
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Everyone, meet Ben

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Very nice dude. Good work!
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That's quite a boy you got there Sko-Congratulations!. My baby just graduated High School today(my 17 yr old daughter). Enjoy every minute!!

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and how could I NOT share this one - Grandma on her 80th Birthday
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onthebus91........A man after my own heart Sir! Just gotta love those Red-heads!! Very Happy

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Is that during your stopover in Santa Fe, or just before you left his dead ass by the side of the road?
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Me and My Uncle


Is that during your stopover in Santa Fe, or just before you left his dead ass by the side of the road?


Ha, excellent! Actually neither, but we did both end up in Texas - although not west Texas. Just had to throw that picture in there. Another of my uncles really reminds me of that song, but I've got no pic of us together.
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onthebus91........A man after my own heart Sir! Just gotta love those Red-heads!! Very Happy


Yes indeed. A lot can be explained by my looking towards my redheaded hippie babysitter from when I was a kid. She even turned me on to Kurt Vonnegut later in life and got me a job delivering pizzas where I met a guy who was my first GD bootleg tape hookup.
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Good to see you swami! Smile

I'm sorry though; but, doesn't anyone have long hair anymore?! Razz

I feel rather ancient at times. Laughing

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I'm sorry though; but, doesn't anyone have long hair anymore?! Razz

I feel rather ancient at times. Laughing


Hey J.C. Edwards, I do! I have long hair but I don't count because I am a girl Laughing

Hey Onthebus and Swami, nice pictures! Thanks for posting them, it's nice to see you guys!
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Everyone, meet Ben

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This was actually taken the morning after Russia mafia cocaine blowout, with full bowl of the pure on every table, the party was honoring Swami's return to the LSP and was funded by all your generous donations to the site.


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This was actually taken the morning after Russia mafia party featuring large bowls of cocaine on every table, the party was honoring Swami's return to the LSP and was funded by all your generous donations to the site.


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I'm sorry though; but, doesn't anyone have long hair anymore?! Razz

I feel rather ancient at times. Laughing


I would still have long hair but I would be sporting the George Carlin hair style. In other words, receding hair line.
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Ben this morning @ 545. I woke up and he was layin next to me and mty wife was in the shower.

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Those look like some nice stomping grounds out there!
Do you kayak out on that lake?
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Do you kayak out on that lake?


Yeah, where do you live? Love the Adirondacks.

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What a beautiful boy Skobud! You are making me want another one. Not really but I wish I could visit my own at that age. So sweet!

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Northville, NY..........Sacandaga Lake just an hour north of Albany, but a world away !

Sacandaga-ancient Native American word meaning "Land of waving grass"

Yeah. Koch, lots of kayaking & fishing, Dude I saw your pike picture; the state record pike is from here -46 lbs. 2 ounces, though it certainly wasn't me. All I've caught so far this year is a very well used Uglystick rod n reel I pulled up from the bottom.

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What is this "winter" you speak of?

My uncle lives in Schenectady. Upstate NY is definitely a beautiful area.
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a 46 lb pike!!!! Shocked Shocked
One of those could very well rip your rod out of your hand!!

Just looked up your location on the map. Very nice. Love those lakes up there. I've done some hiking, mountain biking and canoeing up in the daks. Went on a 10 day trip in the Saint Regis Canoe area north of Saranac about 10-12 years ago. Man that was chillin. Cool How are the bears up there? Last time I was up there they were really bad. We were in the High Peaks and they were all over the place to the point of being a serious nuisance.

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You can upload it to youtube. That is hilarious though. What a selfish parking job. I guess he didn't want his van scratched.
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I'm sorry though; but, doesn't anyone have long hair anymore?! Razz

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Some of us still do! (age has somethign to do with it...)

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You guys will have to settle for this picture of me, I put the camera on timer while skating the local ramp solo a few weeks ago, otherwise, not many other halfway decent pics of me in my collection so far that aren't up already.

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Rocky Peak Ridge ADK's Couple weeks ago.


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You guys will have to settle for this picture of me, I put the camera on timer while skating the local ramp solo a few weeks ago, otherwise, not many other halfway decent pics of me in my collection so far that aren't up already.

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Awesome. Wish I had a decent skate park nearby. Haven't pulled the longboard out in a good year.

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Thanks man! Mu-Tron's picture is pretty kick ass there too, love that mountain terrain.
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