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You do ... something to me ....

I got my eye on you, pal! I do like the detail on the jeans. Hey, are those spuds or cow patties? :)

Concho-girl, where y' been? O yeah, Oregon and parts

in between haven't y'? Missed y' babe.

 

Those conchos I tacked to your riding breeches are

from an Internet western-wear.

 

As to th' flyin' horse-apples, they were contributed

by ol' Happy, my Sandy Creek Cowboy mount that not

so long ago became infirm and had t' be put down.

My years at Sandy Creek Ranch were deeply enriched

by Happy and by Ricky D. Goose, both gone to where

th' good critters go.

 

I'm sure that you will treasure the honor of being the

only cowgirl, or perhaps mulegirl ever honored with

flyin' Happy horse-apples. Maybe I can find a shot of

Ricky D. Goose to spruce up another BlondHiLites photo.

 

Say, remember th' day we hid those doggone dawg-caches?

I'm still lame from a bruised heel that was aggravated

by the paved and cobbled streets and closes of Scotland

and the two Irelands. Ouch!

 

Kiss-kiss,

Sweet ol' Harmon

 

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You do ... something to me ....

I got my eye on you, pal! I do like the detail on the jeans. Hey, are those spuds or cow patties? :)

Concho-girl, where y' been? O yeah, Oregon and parts

in between haven't y'? Missed y' babe.

 

Those conchos I tacked to your riding breeches are

from an Internet western-wear.

 

So,I'm surrounded with quacks

As to th' flyin' horse-apples, they were contributed

by ol' Happy, my Sandy Creek Cowboy mount that not

so long ago became infirm and had t' be put down.

My years at Sandy Creek Ranch were deeply enriched

by Happy and by Ricky D. Goose, both gone to where

th' good critters go.

 

I'm sure that you will treasure the honor of being the

only cowgirl, or perhaps mulegirl ever honored with

flyin' Happy horse-apples. Maybe I can find a shot of

Ricky D. Goose to spruce up another BlondHiLites photo.

 

Say, remember th' day we hid those doggone dawg-caches?

I'm still lame from a bruised heel that was aggravated

by the paved and cobbled streets and closes of Scotland

and the two Irelands. Ouch!

 

Kiss-kiss,

Sweet ol' Harmon

 

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You do ... something to me ....

I got my eye on you, pal! I do like the detail on the jeans. Hey, are those spuds or cow patties? :)

Concho-girl, where y' been? O yeah, Oregon and parts

in between haven't y'? Missed y' babe.

 

Those conchos I tacked to your riding breeches are

from an Internet western-wear.

 

 

As to th' flyin' horse-apples, they were contributed

by ol' Happy, my Sandy Creek Cowboy mount that not

so long ago became infirm and had t' be put down.

My years at Sandy Creek Ranch were deeply enriched

by Happy and by Ricky D. Goose, both gone to where

th' good critters go.

 

I'm sure that you will treasure the honor of being the

only cowgirl, or perhaps mulegirl ever honored with

flyin' Happy horse-apples. Maybe I can find a shot of

Ricky D. Goose to spruce up another BlondHiLites photo.

 

Say, remember th' day we hid those doggone dawg-caches?

I'm still lame from a bruised heel that was aggravated

by the paved and cobbled streets and closes of Scotland

and the two Irelands. Ouch!

 

Kiss-kiss,

Sweet ol' Harmon

 

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So,I'm surrounded by Quacks I see. :blink::laughing:

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You do ... something to me ....

I got my eye on you, pal! I do like the detail on the jeans. Hey, are those spuds or cow patties? :)

Concho-girl, where y' been? O yeah, Oregon and parts

in between haven't y'? Missed y' babe.

 

Those conchos I tacked to your riding breeches are

from an Internet western-wear.

 

As to th' flyin' horse-apples, they were contributed

by ol' Happy, my Sandy Creek Cowboy mount that not

so long ago became infirm and had t' be put down.

My years at Sandy Creek Ranch were deeply enriched

by Happy and by Ricky D. Goose, both gone to where

th' good critters go.

 

I'm sure that you will treasure the honor of being the

only cowgirl, or perhaps mulegirl ever honored with

flyin' Happy horse-apples. Maybe I can find a shot of

Ricky D. Goose to spruce up another BlondHiLites photo.

 

Say, remember th' day we hid those doggone dawg-caches?

I'm still lame from a bruised heel that was aggravated

by the paved and cobbled streets and closes of Scotland

and the two Irelands. Ouch!

 

Kiss-kiss,

Sweet ol' Harmon

 

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So,I'm surrounded by Quacks I see. :blink::laughing:

Denise,

 

You're thinking of ducks girl. That shot was supposed

to get a "Honk" remark from James. Ricky D. Goose was

my pal at Sandy Creek Ranch. And you a country gal.

 

By the way, are you o.k., sick in bed, depressed, or

what? Whenever I see a Geocaching Forum post I worry

about the health of th' posting party.

 

Kiss-kiss,

Sweet ol' Harmon

 

Note to Self: Well, o.k., I suppose I have been pickin' on her just a tad.

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You do ... something to me ....

I got my eye on you, pal! I do like the detail on the jeans. Hey, are those spuds or cow patties? :)

Concho-girl, where y' been? O yeah, Oregon and parts

in between haven't y'? Missed y' babe.

 

Those conchos I tacked to your riding breeches are

from an Internet western-wear.

 

As to th' flyin' horse-apples, they were contributed

by ol' Happy, my Sandy Creek Cowboy mount that not

so long ago became infirm and had t' be put down.

My years at Sandy Creek Ranch were deeply enriched

by Happy and by Ricky D. Goose, both gone to where

th' good critters go.

 

I'm sure that you will treasure the honor of being the

only cowgirl, or perhaps mulegirl ever honored with

flyin' Happy horse-apples. Maybe I can find a shot of

Ricky D. Goose to spruce up another BlondHiLites photo.

 

Say, remember th' day we hid those doggone dawg-caches?

I'm still lame from a bruised heel that was aggravated

by the paved and cobbled streets and closes of Scotland

and the two Irelands. Ouch!

 

Kiss-kiss,

Sweet ol' Harmon

 

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Have you been hanging around lady gaga? When your bruised heel feels better, we'll go check on them dawg-gone caches along the sugar trail. Oh, and feel free to invite John along (you know?)

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Day one ..

 

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Duck Tape flip-flops!

 

Day two ...

 

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Cousins take Duck Tape beyond Cheatah cammo' containers including

flipflops, belts, purses, flowered ballpoints, and more. Overnight stay

put huge dent in "Papa's" grandpa-wallet.

 

- Sixteen rolls of Duck Tape

- Dinner out for four

- Unlimited snacks

- iPod and iPad Apps

 

Note to Self: Nine grandchildren ... I'm a goner!

Note two Self: Twelve year old arithmetic ... 12 + 12 = 100 dollars

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Day one ..

 

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Duck Tape flip-flops!

 

Day two ...

 

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Cousins take Duck Tape beyond Cheatah cammo' containers including

flipflops, belts, purses, flowered ballpoints, and more. Overnight stay

put huge dent in "Papa's" grandpa-wallet.

 

- Sixteen rolls of Duck Tape

- Dinner out for four

- Unlimited snacks

- iPod and iPad Apps

 

Note to Self: Nine grandchildren ... I'm a goner!

Note two Self: Twelve year old arithmetic ... 12 + 12 = 100 dollars

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Day one ..

 

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Duck Tape flip-flops!

 

Day two ...

 

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Cousins take Duck Tape beyond Cheatah cammo' containers including

flipflops, belts, purses, flowered ballpoints, and more. Overnight stay

put huge dent in "Papa's" grandpa-wallet.

 

- Sixteen rolls of Duck Tape

- Dinner out for four

- Unlimited snacks

- iPod and iPad Apps

 

Note to Self: Nine grandchildren ... I'm a goner!

Note two Self: Twelve year old arithmetic ... 12 + 12 = 100 dollars

 

My daughter Marisa did the same with duck tape. I didn't get quit so "worked over" like you did. Smart, cute and creative girls ;)

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This just in ...

 

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Jodi's boots on th' ground.

 

Four days with no reply from Harmon where is he? Maybe Jodi is sitting on him.

 

She used them on the PCT on Sunday!!

Boy howdy, I can explain this one ... in the last few weeks:

 

A. My sweet bride got a new iPad.

B. My sweet bride got a new Galaxy S-111 cell phone.

C. I got a new Nexus 7 Tablet.

D. My sweet bride and I converted our home-phone to Verizon Wireless.

E. My sweet bride returned from a family reunion in Iowa with an hour

of video footage.

F. I have been solidifying my Google+ account by joining a number of

rewarding Circles that pertain to my main interests.

 

I've been buried up to my lower-lip in tech-support. Big part of it was

to support my sweet bride while she produced a video-DVD with the

iPad footage she shot of relatives in Dickey-Bibs running an ol' timey

sawmill that's located out in the open at the edge of an Iowa cornfield.

 

I see that six or seven local Geocachers have taken the plunge with a

Google+ account but haven't made much use of their account as yet.

To mention it again Google+ is a service that allows you to interact on

a worldwide basis with people that share interests. Google+ is not in

any way a Facebook experience and so calls for a different set of skills

in order to enjoy the benefits.

 

So far I see very little participation from Geocachers. I'm working up

a scheme to make a Geocaching Circle that is both interesting and

rewarding. At the outset I spent a day organizing the Yrium-card

collection so that I could and did share it with an existing Geocaching

Circle. So far BlondHiLites has been the only one to show an interest

in viewing and the Yrium-card image galleries.

 

As far as this Geocaching Forum thread is concerned I can only guess

that there is some interest because there's very nearly no evidence

at all to show that it serves a need.

 

So it goes,

Poor ol' Harmon

 

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All the farm buildings built from White Oak milled on

this old sawmill.

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So far I see very little participation from Geocachers. I'm working up

a scheme to make a Geocaching Circle that is both interesting and

rewarding. At the outset I spent a day organizing the Yrium-card

collection so that I could and did share it with an existing Geocaching

Circle. So far BlondHiLites has been the only one to show an interest

in viewing and the Yrium-card image galleries.

 

You might want to check Facebook. :P

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So far I see very little participation from Geocachers. I'm working up

a scheme to make a Geocaching Circle that is both interesting and

rewarding. At the outset I spent a day organizing the Yrium-card

collection so that I could and did share it with an existing Geocaching

Circle. So far BlondHiLites has been the only one to show an interest

in viewing and the Yrium-card image galleries.

 

You might want to check Facebook. :P

Clearly my remarks failed to explain Google+ Circles as I hoped. Of course people

do bring Facebook expectations into Google+; that is, nothing more than email with

personal and/or family photo albums. They tend to be surprised that Google+ isn't

just another form of Facebook.

 

The Circles I speak of are specialized in some discipline wherein participants are

vetted and monitored for their qualifications and contributions. Such Circles include

science, engineering, education, medical, photography, data encryption, astronomy,

robotics, image and video editing, and much more. One is expected to be qualified and

to contribute to the goals and objectives of a given circle; otherwise, one will be

dropped by Circle moderators at the next periodic assessment. Collaboration between

qualified people with goals and objectives in mind, that's the real-deal of Google+.

 

At seven and seventy I'm thrilled at the opportunity Google+ affords to keep my thoughts

engaged in interesting and even useful discussions and activities. I bought a Nexus 7

Tablet about a month ago and since find myself wide awake at about 3:30 a.m. each and

every night with stylus in hand to engage in subjects of interest until the sun rises.

 

Side effect is an afternoon nap now and then for the first period in my lifetime. It

reminds me so of my college and engineering days. My body's old but I don't care, 'cause

I don't need no easy chair.

 

Of course Google+ will erode in time in accordance with the second law of thermodynamics

but hopefully the erosion will be confined to unvetted social Circles that are more suited

to Facebook.

 

Bottom line is that there's a need for both Facebook and Google+.

 

So it goes ...

Sweet ol' Harmon

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So far I see very little participation from Geocachers. I'm working up

a scheme to make a Geocaching Circle that is both interesting and

rewarding. At the outset I spent a day organizing the Yrium-card

collection so that I could and did share it with an existing Geocaching

Circle. So far BlondHiLites has been the only one to show an interest

in viewing and the Yrium-card image galleries.

 

You might want to check Facebook. :P

M'thinks you missed my point ol' friend.

 

So it goes ....

 

Nah, I got your point. I was just taking the opportunity for a FB jab at ol' Harmon. :rolleyes:

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So far I see very little participation from Geocachers. I'm working up

a scheme to make a Geocaching Circle that is both interesting and

rewarding. At the outset I spent a day organizing the Yrium-card

collection so that I could and did share it with an existing Geocaching

Circle. So far BlondHiLites has been the only one to show an interest

in viewing and the Yrium-card image galleries.

 

You might want to check Facebook. :P

M'thinks you missed my point ol' friend.

 

So it goes ....

 

Nah, I got your point. I was just taking the opportunity for a FB jab at ol' Harmon. :rolleyes:

I know, and I always deserve a jab ... gives me a chance to better

explain myself. After all, I've put about ten years into training

my pals to pick on me ... some of them got it right away.

 

Love it,

Poor ol' Harmon

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So far I see very little participation from Geocachers. I'm working up

a scheme to make a Geocaching Circle that is both interesting and

rewarding. At the outset I spent a day organizing the Yrium-card

collection so that I could and did share it with an existing Geocaching

Circle. So far BlondHiLites has been the only one to show an interest

in viewing and the Yrium-card image galleries.

 

You might want to check Facebook. :P

M'thinks you missed my point ol' friend.

 

Was just making sure you were still with us.

 

 

So it goes ....

 

Nah, I got your point. I was just taking the opportunity for a FB jab at ol' Harmon. :rolleyes:

I know, and I always deserve a jab ... gives me a chance to better

explain myself. After all, I've put about ten years into training

my pals to pick on me ... some of them got it right away.

 

Love it,

Poor ol' Harmon

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So far I see very little participation from Geocachers. I'm working up

a scheme to make a Geocaching Circle that is both interesting and

rewarding. At the outset I spent a day organizing the Yrium-card

collection so that I could and did share it with an existing Geocaching

Circle. So far BlondHiLites has been the only one to show an interest

in viewing and the Yrium-card image galleries.

 

You might want to check Facebook. :P

M'thinks you missed my point ol' friend.

 

Was just making sure you were still with us.

 

So it goes ....

 

Nah, I got your point. I was just taking the opportunity for a FB jab at ol' Harmon. :rolleyes:

I know, and I always deserve a jab ... gives me a chance to better

explain myself. After all, I've put about ten years into training

my pals to pick on me ... some of them got it right away.

 

Love it,

Poor ol' Harmon

Life is good!

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So far I see very little participation from Geocachers. I'm working up

a scheme to make a Geocaching Circle that is both interesting and

rewarding. At the outset I spent a day organizing the Yrium-card

collection so that I could and did share it with an existing Geocaching

Circle. So far BlondHiLites has been the only one to show an interest

in viewing and the Yrium-card image galleries.

 

You might want to check Facebook. :P

Clearly my remarks failed to explain Google+ Circles as I hoped. Of course people

do bring Facebook expectations into Google+; that is, nothing more than email with

personal and/or family photo albums. They tend to be surprised that Google+ isn't

just another form of Facebook.

 

The Circles I speak of are specialized in some discipline wherein participants are

vetted and monitored for their qualifications and contributions. Such Circles include

science, engineering, education, medical, photography, data encryption, astronomy,

robotics, image and video editing, and much more. One is expected to be qualified and

to contribute to the goals and objectives of a given circle; otherwise, one will be

dropped by Circle moderators at the next periodic assessment. Collaboration between

qualified people with goals and objectives in mind, that's the real-deal of Google+.

 

At seven and seventy I'm thrilled at the opportunity Google+ affords to keep my thoughts

engaged in interesting and even useful discussions and activities. I bought a Nexus 7

Tablet about a month ago and since find myself wide awake at about 3:30 a.m. each and

every night with stylus in hand to engage in subjects of interest until the sun rises.

 

Side effect is an afternoon nap now and then for the first period in my lifetime. It

reminds me so of my college and engineering days. My body's old but I don't care, 'cause

I don't need no easy chair.

 

Of course Google+ will erode in time in accordance with the second law of thermodynamics

but hopefully the erosion will be confined to unvetted social Circles that are more suited

to Facebook.

 

Bottom line is that there's a need for both Facebook and Google+.

 

So it goes ...

Sweet ol' Harmon

 

I just made a google + account but don't know how to find you.

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This just in ...

 

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Jodi's boots on th' ground.

 

Four days with no reply from Harmon where is he? Maybe Jodi is sitting on him.

 

She used them on the PCT on Sunday!!

Boy howdy, I can explain this one ... in the last few weeks:

 

A. My sweet bride got a new iPad.

B. My sweet bride got a new Galaxy S-111 cell phone.

C. I got a new Nexus 7 Tablet.

D. My sweet bride and I converted our home-phone to Verizon Wireless.

E. My sweet bride returned from a family reunion in Iowa with an hour

of video footage.

F. I have been solidifying my Google+ account by joining a number of

rewarding Circles that pertain to my main interests.

 

I've been buried up to my lower-lip in tech-support. Big part of it was

to support my sweet bride while she produced a video-DVD with the

iPad footage she shot of relatives in Dickey-Bibs running an ol' timey

sawmill that's located out in the open at the edge of an Iowa cornfield.

 

I see that six or seven local Geocachers have taken the plunge with a

Google+ account but haven't made much use of their account as yet.

To mention it again Google+ is a service that allows you to interact on

a worldwide basis with people that share interests. Google+ is not in

any way a Facebook experience and so calls for a different set of skills

in order to enjoy the benefits.

 

So far I see very little participation from Geocachers. I'm working up

a scheme to make a Geocaching Circle that is both interesting and

rewarding. At the outset I spent a day organizing the Yrium-card

collection so that I could and did share it with an existing Geocaching

Circle. So far BlondHiLites has been the only one to show an interest

in viewing and the Yrium-card image galleries.

 

As far as this Geocaching Forum thread is concerned I can only guess

that there is some interest because there's very nearly no evidence

at all to show that it serves a need.

 

So it goes,

Poor ol' Harmon

 

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All the farm buildings built from White Oak milled on

this old sawmill.

 

Way cool old sawmill. It is great that they have kept it!

 

OBTW, we saw at least three Yirium cards on the PCT between Old thing road and Fred Canyon Road.

 

Cheers, John

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Quiet lately, someone needs to give Harmon some ammo (aka:pictures) to work with.

Too right!

 

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Jodi bearing Krishna's Butt_erball

 

Inspired by Google+ photographer May Fong Robinson's repost.

 

Jodi is just too awesome for words. Photo is a visual metaphor

for Jodi's marriage since John retired and goes Geocaching

each and every day of the year while she goes to work.

 

Thanks for your support "lost guy." With my sweet bride in

Rhode Island this week I have a bit more time on my hands.

 

By the way, see the Yrium Card albums at my Google+ Account.

 

Get it? ... she's looking for the container.

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That is good, but didn't look right! Now THIS is a Butterball.

 

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Now you got me thinking about Thanksgiving Dinner which thankfully is only a few weeks away (Canadian Version) followed by the US in November and Christmas, maybe Easter too. Then there are the Eastern Orthodox versions a few weeks delayed (not Thanksgiving though).

 

And I just lost all this weight too! Sigh!

 

Doug 7rxc

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That is good, but didn't look right! Now THIS is a Butterball.

 

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Now you got me thinking about Thanksgiving Dinner which thankfully is only a few weeks away (Canadian Version) followed by the US in November and Christmas, maybe Easter too. Then there are the Eastern Orthodox versions a few weeks delayed (not Thanksgiving though).

 

And I just lost all this weight too! Sigh!

 

Doug 7rxc

O'm'gosh, carve it ... I'll take white if y' please and

do pass the cranberry-sauce. Will there be PUD cake?

 

Anybody got a suggestion about how t' get butterball

grease out of Jodi's skivey-shorts. (Boxers or briefs,

who knows?)

 

Don't let Team Fatman see this, he'll blow a hole in

his computer screen with his duct-taped turkey plinker.

 

Love it,

Sweet ol' Harmon

 

p.s. Nice job on the composite by the way.

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Harmon,

 

You are very lucky that Miss Jodi is back in Vermont

taking care of her mother after an operation.....

I will point this latest out to her however in about

14 days.....

:blink:

 

Cheers, John

John,

 

Uh-oh, Jodi in Vermont and my sweet bride in

Connecticut, this can't go well for me. Why

do I sense a New England smackdown coming?

 

Make sure to point out that Doug of the RCMP

caused most of the butterball trouble. I tried

t' stop him.

 

Poor ol' Harmon

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But wait, there's more ...

 

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From this point of view they call it Krishna's Fingertip.

It is situated amongst the eight stone Mahabalipuram

Temples at N12 37.142, E80 11.546. Lots of photos

posted on Google Earth.

 

Yes, there's a Geocache hide.

 

Mahabalipuram and Krishna's Butter Ball.

 

Many more photos posted with log entries. You'll love

the hint ... under pile of stones.

 

If we leave in the morning we should score the find

this week.

 

Note to Self: Of course LLOT has probablyh been there a dozen times.

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Note to Self: Of course LLOT has probablyh been there a dozen times.

Funny you should mention that...here's LLOT pushing Krishna's Butterball up the hill. I haven't been there a dozen of times, but I did visit Mahabalipuram in September 2004.

 

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The place is famous for its stone carvings. Perhaps this will tickle Harmon's photo-editing neurons.

 

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Note to Self: Of course LLOT has probably been there a dozen times.

Funny you should mention that...here's LLOT pushing Krishna's Butterball up the hill. I haven't been there a dozen of times, but I did visit Mahabalipuram in September 2004.

 

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The place is famous for its stone carvings. Perhaps this will tickle Harmon's photo-editing neurons.

 

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Yeah, yeah ... was there any doubt? Dadgumit James,

how am I to be cool with you around? Bet y' had

some fun rooting around for that shot in your old photo

collections.

 

Say, in that carving what's those ribbons tied to that

hang down between th' bull-headed warriors legs? Just

wonderin', might be a good idea at my age.

 

Photographically speaking you should remove the

distraction of that other guy in the red tee.

 

Sweet ol' Harmon

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This just in from the Mars Rover Curiosity ...

 

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As you can see from the image above Curiosity Rover features

a calibration target used to verify image color, brightness,

and sharpness and to verify the size of objects studied.

 

Before launch I had a buddy at the launch tower paste an image

of Splashette over the Lincoln Penny that was meant to serve

as a size-reference.

 

With my right-hand hereby raised I do on my honor vow that I

intend no reference whatever to the size nor shape of any and

all personal features, anatomical or otherwise, of the sweet

lady we know and love as Splashette of Geocaching fame. Ahmen.

 

So it goes,

Sweet ol' Harmon

 

Note to Self: Ain't she th' sweetest thang?

Edited by SD Rowdies
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Photographically speaking you should remove the

distraction of that other guy in the red tee.

That's always the problem, isn't it? If I had been the one taking the photo, I would have waited until the Red T-shirt guy was out of the scene. But when you hand off your camera to someone else, you never get quite the photo that you envisioned in your own mind.

 

(Thanks for the vanishing act...)

Edited by Let's Look Over Thayer
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