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This just in ...

 

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FisnJack as you wouldn't want to be.

 

Source Photo: Dillweed, the faithful side-kick.

Boots: Harmon's closet.

Arm Cast: Snake induced.

Montage: SD Rowdies.

Question: Did he learn anythng?

Unbunched Socks: Sgt. Seymour Argyle.

 

Note to Self: Remember to ask him how he zips up. ... Dillweed?

:) How can you not just LOVE him! GFETE :D

Hey Jodi,

 

I had a cast and crutches for six months and you didn't

GFETE for me. What's up with that?

 

Harmon

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Ah, yes...that's what's missing...

This just in ...

 

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Hah! I left that hand empty knowing that a snake

or a comic fishline would wind up in it. James, you

made me laugh.

 

Nice work by the way. Now it's a manly-man shot.

 

Note to Self: Gosh, I wonder if anybody likes my work?

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Ah, yes...that's what's missing...

This just in ...

 

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Hah! I left that hand empty knowing that a snake

or a comic fishline would wind up in it. James, you

made me laugh.

 

Nice work by the way. Now it's a manly-man shot.

 

Note to Self: Gosh, I wonder if anybody likes my work?

 

I was thinking a beer should be there. :):D:(

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This just in ...

 

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Mud puzzle and Owl Clover, honk if you know where

they are.

Can't honk, but the photo effect is great!!

Sheesh, you drove your Jeep through that

puddle before it dried. Very little standing

water remains but Sycamore Creek still

runs. Owl Clover appears along the trails

through most of the canyons.

 

Need another good rain or two to sustain

late-season blossoms.

 

Thanks for the compliment ... all hand

made rather than an effect-filter. The

mud-puzzle image is actually a two-frame

panorama. Fun!

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I'm just sayin' ...

 

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Sycamore Canyon Owl Clover April 1, 2010

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

 

If you're waiting on the right time for Sycamore Canyon wildflowers, the time is now. Week or

two to see carpets of Owl Clover, fabuous Wyoming Paintbrush, Blue Dick all over the place,

carpets of Meadow Gold, Sand Asters, Molina blossoms, and much more. Go! Go! Go!

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I'm just sayin' ...

 

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Sycamore Canyon Owl Clover April 1, 2010

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

 

If you're waiting on the right time for Sycamore Canyon wildflowers, the time is now. Week or

two to see carpets of Owl Clover, fabuous Wyoming Paintbrush, Blue Dick all over the place,

carpets of Meadow Gold, Sand Asters, Molina blossoms, and much more. Go! Go! Go!

LOVE the slide show!!! :laughing::P:)

Tom,

 

Thanks for your support. I'm on a campaign to

bring more attention to M2's terrific web site. He

has kindly given me administrative privileges on

the site making it easier to look after the SD

Rowdies album. I spent hours and hours digging

back through our Forum threads to collect the

many posted images.

 

Watching the slide-show feature has the challenge

of variable image size. There's lots of images that

are only 600-pixels wide but they are mixed in with

many other sizes including some mega-large pano-

ramas. Even so I have had to reduce some of my

images before posting so as to comply with the

eight megabyte upload limitation.

 

Big news coming on or about April 16th, release of

adobe Photoshop CS5 with some great new features.

Also I've been running the second Beta version of

Adobe Lightroom 3.0. No release date announced

as yet.

 

Fun! Fun!

 

Note to Self: That rascal Tom is rubbing in my "love" rant.

 

Harmon

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I'm just sayin' ...

 

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351940e1-5ce7-4992-a2ae-440b256d9b14.jpg

 

Sycamore Canyon Owl Clover April 1, 2010

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

 

If you're waiting on the right time for Sycamore Canyon wildflowers, the time is now. Week or

two to see carpets of Owl Clover, fabuous Wyoming Paintbrush, Blue Dick all over the place,

carpets of Meadow Gold, Sand Asters, Molina blossoms, and much more. Go! Go! Go!

LOVE the slide show!!! :laughing::P:)

Tom,

 

Thanks for your support. I'm on a campaign to

bring more attention to M2's terrific web site. He

has kindly given me administrative privileges on

the site making it easier to look after the SD

Rowdies album. I spent hours and hours digging

back through our Forum threads to collect the

many posted images.

 

Watching the slide-show feature has the challenge

of variable image size. There's lots of images that

are only 600-pixels wide but they are mixed in with

many other sizes including some mega-large pano-

ramas. Even so I have had to reduce some of my

images before posting so as to comply with the

eight megabyte upload limitation.

 

Big news coming on or about April 16th, release of

adobe Photoshop CS5 with some great new features.

Also I've been running the second Beta version of

Adobe Lightroom 3.0. No release date announced

as yet.

 

Fun! Fun!

 

Note to Self: That rascal Tom is rubbing in my "love" rant.

 

Harmon

 

two thumbs up on the Slideshow!

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Hey! finally I hit on something that pumped

some life into this Forum thread. Yes indeed,

rounding up that set of old and new photos

sure brought back fond memories.

 

There's so much more to Geocaching than a

little pile of rocks. Friendships, adventures,

exercise, and photography ... all good thangs

in my book.

 

Of course the credit for the slide show actually

goes to Michael (M2) for his generous and

terrific San Diego Geocacher's Photos

website. He's a very nice fellow I'll say.

 

Glad to share,

Harmon

 

Note to Self: I feel good

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

 

SD Rowdies - The Album

 

Try the resizing control for the large images.

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Hey! finally I hit on something that pumped

some life into this Forum thread. Yes indeed,

rounding up that set of old and new photos

sure brought back fond memories.

 

There's so much more to Geocaching than a

little pile of rocks. Friendships, adventures,

exercise, and photography ... all good thangs

in my book.

 

Of course the credit for the slide show actually

goes to Michael (M2) for his generous and

terrific San Diego Geocacher's Photos

website. He's a very nice fellow I'll say.

 

Glad to share,

Harmon

 

Note to Self: I feel good

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

You forgot to mention, "Cruising around sipping a cool tonic in the padded driver seat of a hard top, air conditioned Jeep while sweet lulu does all the dirty work..." Harmon's Easter Rant... Why I oughta!!! I'll have you know that I have made at least a dozen trips out to that little patch of happiness with nothing powering me but my throbbing joints!! And so has lulu, for that matter!! Only a couple times in the Yeep, but that's alotta fun, too, especially since I usually get the chance to make another attempt on her life... :lol:

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Hey! finally I hit on something that pumped

some life into this Forum thread. Yes indeed,

rounding up that set of old and new photos

sure brought back fond memories.

 

There's so much more to Geocaching than a

little pile of rocks. Friendships, adventures,

exercise, and photography ... all good thangs

in my book.

 

Of course the credit for the slide show actually

goes to Michael (M2) for his generous and

terrific San Diego Geocacher's Photos

website. He's a very nice fellow I'll say.

 

Glad to share,

Harmon

 

Note to Self: I feel good

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

You forgot to mention, "Cruising around sipping a cool tonic in the padded driver seat of a hard top, air conditioned Jeep while sweet lulu does all the dirty work..." Harmon's Easter Rant... Why I oughta!!! I'll have you know that I have made at least a dozen trips out to that little patch of happiness with nothing powering me but my throbbing joints!! And so has lulu, for that matter!! Only a couple times in the Yeep, but that's alotta fun, too, especially since I usually get the chance to make another attempt on her life... :D

 

 

 

Excellent slide show Harmon! You know, looking at those pictures just re-affirms why we cache!

 

(Well, except for the ever reocurring 'Does this cache make my butt look big' shot!) LOL.........

 

 

Tom...........'throbbing joints' really? HA! :DB)

 

 

Splashette :lol:

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Hey! finally I hit on something that pumped

some life into this Forum thread. Yes indeed,

rounding up that set of old and new photos

sure brought back fond memories.

 

There's so much more to Geocaching than a

little pile of rocks. Friendships, adventures,

exercise, and photography ... all good thangs

in my book.

 

Of course the credit for the slide show actually

goes to Michael (M2) for his generous and

terrific San Diego Geocacher's Photos

website. He's a very nice fellow I'll say.

 

Glad to share,

Harmon

 

Note to Self: I feel good

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

You forgot to mention, "Cruising around sipping a cool tonic in the padded driver seat of a hard top, air conditioned Jeep while sweet lulu does all the dirty work..." Harmon's Easter Rant... Why I oughta!!! I'll have you know that I have made at least a dozen trips out to that little patch of happiness with nothing powering me but my throbbing joints!! And so has lulu, for that matter!! Only a couple times in the Yeep, but that's alotta fun, too, especially since I usually get the chance to make another attempt on her life... :D

 

Excellent slide show Harmon! You know, looking at those pictures just re-affirms why we cache!

 

(Well, except for the ever reocurring 'Does this cache make my butt look big' shot!) LOL.........

 

Tom...........'throbbing joints' really? HA! :DB)

 

Splashette :lol:

Uhm, er ... what can I say? To be perfectly honest, Janie, that butt-shot

image is my favorite because it's so you. No wait, that's not right ... it's

because it makes me think of you in a special way. No wait, that's not

right ... it's because, well, ... Hahahahahahaha! No wait, that's not right

... uhm, er ....

 

Your pal,

Harmon

 

Note to Self: Uhm, er ....

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Hey! finally I hit on something that pumped

some life into this Forum thread. Yes indeed,

rounding up that set of old and new photos

sure brought back fond memories.

 

There's so much more to Geocaching than a

little pile of rocks. Friendships, adventures,

exercise, and photography ... all good thangs

in my book.

 

Of course the credit for the slide show actually

goes to Michael (M2) for his generous and

terrific San Diego Geocacher's Photos

website. He's a very nice fellow I'll say.

 

Glad to share,

Harmon

 

Note to Self: I feel good

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

You forgot to mention, "Cruising around sipping a cool tonic in the padded driver seat of a hard top, air conditioned Jeep while sweet lulu does all the dirty work..." Harmon's Easter Rant... Why I oughta!!! I'll have you know that I have made at least a dozen trips out to that little patch of happiness with nothing powering me but my throbbing joints!! And so has lulu, for that matter!! Only a couple times in the Yeep, but that's alotta fun, too, especially since I usually get the chance to make another attempt on her life... :lol:

C-o-o-o-l, my rants dessiminated by non-other than FlagMan.

He's the guy that can hike circles around me as he proved

during a Cedar-Falls hike that broke my spirit. Without getting

all gushy ... Tom is a great guy and it delights me to not only

know him but work with him now and then.

 

Was that too gushy?

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Hey! finally I hit on something that pumped

some life into this Forum thread. Yes indeed,

rounding up that set of old and new photos

sure brought back fond memories.

 

There's so much more to Geocaching than a

little pile of rocks. Friendships, adventures,

exercise, and photography ... all good thangs

in my book.

 

Of course the credit for the slide show actually

goes to Michael (M2) for his generous and

terrific San Diego Geocacher's Photos

website. He's a very nice fellow I'll say.

 

Glad to share,

Harmon

 

Note to Self: I feel good

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

You forgot to mention, "Cruising around sipping a cool tonic in the padded driver seat of a hard top, air conditioned Jeep while sweet lulu does all the dirty work..." Harmon's Easter Rant... Why I oughta!!! I'll have you know that I have made at least a dozen trips out to that little patch of happiness with nothing powering me but my throbbing joints!! And so has lulu, for that matter!! Only a couple times in the Yeep, but that's alotta fun, too, especially since I usually get the chance to make another attempt on her life... :D

C-o-o-o-l, my rants dessiminated by non-other than FlagMan.

He's the guy that can hike circles around me as he proved

during a Cedar-Falls hike that broke my spirit. Without getting

all gushy ... Tom is a great guy and it delights me to not only

know him but work with him now and then.

 

Was that too gushy?

Ahhh, shucks, my throbbing joints are all choked up!! :lol: And Janie, that's referring to my knees and ankles, sweetheart! :D Harmon, howz about you and me taking a Yeep ride one of these days? I promise I won't tell anyone...

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Hey! finally I hit on something that pumped

some life into this Forum thread. Yes indeed,

rounding up that set of old and new photos

sure brought back fond memories.

 

There's so much more to Geocaching than a

little pile of rocks. Friendships, adventures,

exercise, and photography ... all good thangs

in my book.

 

Of course the credit for the slide show actually

goes to Michael (M2) for his generous and

terrific San Diego Geocacher's Photos

website. He's a very nice fellow I'll say.

 

Glad to share,

Harmon

 

Note to Self: I feel good

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

You forgot to mention, "Cruising around sipping a cool tonic in the padded driver seat of a hard top, air conditioned Jeep while sweet lulu does all the dirty work..." Harmon's Easter Rant... Why I oughta!!! I'll have you know that I have made at least a dozen trips out to that little patch of happiness with nothing powering me but my throbbing joints!! And so has lulu, for that matter!! Only a couple times in the Yeep, but that's alotta fun, too, especially since I usually get the chance to make another attempt on her life... :D

 

Excellent slide show Harmon! You know, looking at those pictures just re-affirms why we cache!

 

(Well, except for the ever reocurring 'Does this cache make my butt look big' shot!) LOL.........

 

Tom...........'throbbing joints' really? HA! B):laughing:

 

Splashette :lol:

Uhm, er ... what can I say? To be perfectly honest, Janie, that butt-shot

image is my favorite because it's so you. No wait, that's not right ... it's

because it makes me think of you in a special way. No wait, that's not

right ... it's because, well, ... Hahahahahahaha! No wait, that's not right

... uhm, er ....

 

Your pal,

Harmon

 

 

 

 

You know..........Pal.........that hole ;yer diggin' is still getting deeper and deeper. You're gonna reach China someday, then what?........Go back up?

 

 

Janie :D

 

Note to Self: Uhm, er ....

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Hey! finally I hit on something that pumped

some life into this Forum thread. Yes indeed,

rounding up that set of old and new photos

sure brought back fond memories.

 

There's so much more to Geocaching than a

little pile of rocks. Friendships, adventures,

exercise, and photography ... all good thangs

in my book.

 

Of course the credit for the slide show actually

goes to Michael (M2) for his generous and

terrific San Diego Geocacher's Photos

website. He's a very nice fellow I'll say.

 

Glad to share,

Harmon

 

Note to Self: I feel good

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

You forgot to mention, "Cruising around sipping a cool tonic in the padded driver seat of a hard top, air conditioned Jeep while sweet lulu does all the dirty work..." Harmon's Easter Rant... Why I oughta!!! I'll have you know that I have made at least a dozen trips out to that little patch of happiness with nothing powering me but my throbbing joints!! And so has lulu, for that matter!! Only a couple times in the Yeep, but that's alotta fun, too, especially since I usually get the chance to make another attempt on her life... :D

C-o-o-o-l, my rants dessiminated by non-other than FlagMan.

He's the guy that can hike circles around me as he proved

during a Cedar-Falls hike that broke my spirit. Without getting

all gushy ... Tom is a great guy and it delights me to not only

know him but work with him now and then.

 

Was that too gushy?

Ahhh, shucks, my throbbing joints are all choked up!! :lol: And Janie, that's referring to my knees and ankles, sweetheart! :D Harmon, howz about you and me taking a Yeep ride one of these days? I promise I won't tell anyone...

Does this mean that Nancy would have to walk? By the way,

I know this trick ... and would never live it down. Right?

Edited by SD Rowdies
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Hey! finally I hit on something that pumped

some life into this Forum thread. Yes indeed,

rounding up that set of old and new photos

sure brought back fond memories.

 

There's so much more to Geocaching than a

little pile of rocks. Friendships, adventures,

exercise, and photography ... all good thangs

in my book.

 

Of course the credit for the slide show actually

goes to Michael (M2) for his generous and

terrific San Diego Geocacher's Photos

website. He's a very nice fellow I'll say.

 

Glad to share,

Harmon

 

Note to Self: I feel good

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

You forgot to mention, "Cruising around sipping a cool tonic in the padded driver seat of a hard top, air conditioned Jeep while sweet lulu does all the dirty work..." Harmon's Easter Rant... Why I oughta!!! I'll have you know that I have made at least a dozen trips out to that little patch of happiness with nothing powering me but my throbbing joints!! And so has lulu, for that matter!! Only a couple times in the Yeep, but that's alotta fun, too, especially since I usually get the chance to make another attempt on her life... :D

 

Excellent slide show Harmon! You know, looking at those pictures just re-affirms why we cache!

 

(Well, except for the ever reocurring 'Does this cache make my butt look big' shot!) LOL.........

 

Tom...........'throbbing joints' really? HA! :DB)

 

Splashette :lol:

Uhm, er ... what can I say? To be perfectly honest, Janie, that butt-shot

image is my favorite because it's so you. No wait, that's not right ... it's

because it makes me think of you in a special way. No wait, that's not

right ... it's because, well, ... Hahahahahahaha! No wait, that's not right

... uhm, er ....

 

Your pal,

Harmon

 

Note to Self: Uhm, er ....

You know..........Pal.........that hole ;yer diggin' is still getting deeper and deeper. You're gonna reach China someday, then what?........Go back up?

 

Janie

'Scuse me for a few minutes ... got t' submit a

pocket-query for mainland China.

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Hey! finally I hit on something that pumped

some life into this Forum thread. Yes indeed,

rounding up that set of old and new photos

sure brought back fond memories.

 

There's so much more to Geocaching than a

little pile of rocks. Friendships, adventures,

exercise, and photography ... all good thangs

in my book.

 

Of course the credit for the slide show actually

goes to Michael (M2) for his generous and

terrific San Diego Geocacher's Photos

website. He's a very nice fellow I'll say.

 

Glad to share,

Harmon

 

Note to Self: I feel good

 

SD Rowdies Slide Show

You forgot to mention, "Cruising around sipping a cool tonic in the padded driver seat of a hard top, air conditioned Jeep while sweet lulu does all the dirty work..." Harmon's Easter Rant... Why I oughta!!! I'll have you know that I have made at least a dozen trips out to that little patch of happiness with nothing powering me but my throbbing joints!! And so has lulu, for that matter!! Only a couple times in the Yeep, but that's alotta fun, too, especially since I usually get the chance to make another attempt on her life... :D

C-o-o-o-l, my rants dessiminated by non-other than FlagMan.

He's the guy that can hike circles around me as he proved

during a Cedar-Falls hike that broke my spirit. Without getting

all gushy ... Tom is a great guy and it delights me to not only

know him but work with him now and then.

 

Was that too gushy?

Ahhh, shucks, my throbbing joints are all choked up!! :lol: And Janie, that's referring to my knees and ankles, sweetheart! :D Harmon, howz about you and me taking a Yeep ride one of these days? I promise I won't tell anyone...

Throbbing joint?

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Boy do I ever hate to see stuff like this happen ...

 

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Hike way up here, find the FlagBridge, sign the

bridge with my Fisher Space Pen, and then what?

I'll tell y' what, there's no cache container for

cryin' out loud. So how'm I gonna claim a find?

 

Worse yet I noticed some strutural deficiencies

in th' bridge. Why I could o' got killed!

 

Dad gummit!

 

Note to Self: Next time put a frowny-face avatar.

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This just in ...

 

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Honk if you know where this is.

 

You see three Geocacher vehicles, one easily identified.

The combined age of the three Geocachers is 218-years.

For ten points, name the three Geocachers.

Honk!! RFH --closest cache - TFS

 

BTW, you will NEVER see the Yeep parked down there. The sissy car, maybe, but not the Yeep... :D

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This just in ...

 

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Honk if you know where this is.

 

You see three Geocacher vehicles, one easily identified.

The combined age of the three Geocachers is 218-years.

For ten points, name the three Geocachers.

Honk!! RFH --closest cache - TFS

 

BTW, you will NEVER see the Yeep parked down there. The sissy car, maybe, but not the Yeep... :D

 

 

Honk Honk Honk! Three of our favorite old geezers...!

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THIS JUST IN

 

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Blingda at Manchester Temple

 

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Blingda at end of Manchester Invasion

 

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Blingda at St Johns Gardens

 

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Me with my first cache every found

 

More to follow shortly....

Wow! welcome to our San Diego Forum thread ... all the

way from Sheffield. Largest village in England, yes?

 

I'll bet that there's a Geocache at Shepherd Wheel. Great

article about Sheffield on Wikipedia by the way. Looking

forward to your Forum posts.

 

Hey everybody, we have new friends from Sheffield!

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Honk if you know where this is at!

 

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Extra points if you can name that lake...

O.k, I'll name it Harmon Lake.

 

Much better choice than "Finger" Lake, but not correct...

O sure, Fanger Lake as in Tioga Pass ... I knew that. :D

 

My other answer as taught to me by my momma was

"Right before the at."

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This just in ...

 

c4624caf-2626-40a9-8ab5-53976b756fae.jpg

 

Honk if you know where this is.

 

You see three Geocacher vehicles, one easily identified.

The combined age of the three Geocachers is 218-years.

For ten points, name the three Geocachers.

Honk!! RFH --closest cache - TFS

 

BTW, you will NEVER see the Yeep parked down there. The sissy car, maybe, but not the Yeep... :D

Honk Honk Honk! Three of our favorite old geezers...!

Close ... two old geezers and a sweet ol' man.

Here's clue-two ...

 

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Should he be driving?

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Honk if you know where this is at!

 

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Extra points if you can name that lake...

O.k, I'll name it Harmon Lake.

 

Much better choice than "Finger" Lake, but not correct...

O sure, Fanger Lake as in Tioga Pass ... I knew that. :D

 

My other answer as taught to me by my momma was

"Right before the at."

 

Nope! Not in Tioga Pass... Think of a musical instrument... (Hint! It's not a violin.)

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Honk if you know where this is at!

 

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Extra points if you can name that lake...

Honk!

 

Not sure exactly where you are standing but you must be on or near Mt. Whitney.

 

The lake is Guitar Lake...

 

:DTen points to LLOT! ;)

 

I finally finished my hiking blog climbing the 14ers last summer. If you're interested you can read about it. http://www.thepolarbear.us/ You can even go on virtual hikes in Google Earth...

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THIS JUST IN

 

0032.jpg

Blingda at Manchester Temple

 

0042.jpg

Blingda at end of Manchester Invasion

 

0052.jpg

Blingda at St Johns Gardens

 

082.jpg

Me with my first cache every found

 

More to follow shortly....

Wow! welcome to our San Diego Forum thread ... all the

way from Sheffield. Largest village in England, yes?

 

I'll bet that there's a Geocache at Shepherd Wheel. Great

article about Sheffield on Wikipedia by the way. Looking

forward to your Forum posts.

 

Hey everybody, we have new friends from Sheffield!

 

Welcome to San Diego

There are a lot of us Brits geocaching over here!

 

Are you holidaying or permanent visitors?

 

Hope to see you at an event (or geocache) soon!

 

Jane

Expat from Bognor Regis W. Sussex

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