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  • Bronach Druid
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    I assume it must be some kind of boat race?
    I am not at all familiar with any kind of boat racing.

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  • nannymouse
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    Repaired or replaced.
    Or upgraded...

    The Americas Cup will be held in San Fransisco in September of 2013.
    Usually the races are held in open water, and not very good spectator sport, but being in the bay, there will be plenty of places from which to watch.
    Also, shipping traffic will not be altered for the races, so the Law of Tonnage will be in effect. (he's huge, you're not = you have to avoid him.)


    Hubble

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  • Bronach Druid
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    Hello Thread!


    Originally posted by WokeUpDead View Post
    One of the neighbor cats died. Poor thing. He wasn't even that old.
    Awwww, poor baby. Sorry to hear that WUD.

    Originally posted by Silvertongue View Post
    Hope everyone is well. all around.

    Later thread.
    ST!

    Originally posted by nannymouse View Post
    Not bad...
    Looking on satellite views to find a waterfall described to me.
    "Take Signal Tree road up to Weaver Creek. It's the second right off Signal Tree before the junction"

    okay...

    How about
    Take Upper Camas past Lost Lake to Weaver Creek. (way closer)
    It's the second right after Signal Tree. (but not on it)
    43*05'44N 123*44'27"W (or so)
    Hope you find it!
    I really wish you would get your camera fixed!

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  • nannymouse
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    Not bad...
    Looking on satellite views to find a waterfall described to me.
    "Take Signal Tree road up to Weaver Creek. It's the second right off Signal Tree before the junction"

    okay...

    How about
    Take Upper Camas past Lost Lake to Weaver Creek. (way closer)
    It's the second right after Signal Tree. (but not on it)
    43*05'44N 123*44'27"W (or so)

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  • U-we-tsi-a-ge-ya
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    Howdy there Thread goers!! As you can see,I'm in a great mood right now!!

    My beautiful Mustangs are back out on the road! Madme(an '67,or so I think) and Misstress(a '72) are once again racing down the roads and sending off the wondeful sounds of their engines.

    Hey Nanny, Hows it goin?

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  • nannymouse
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    Hello SilverTongue!

    Long time, no see!

    How goes the house??

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  • Silvertongue
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    Hope everyone is well. all around.

    Later thread.

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  • Silvertongue
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    Hello thread, and everyone in the thread.

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  • WokeUpDead
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    One of the neighbor cats died. Poor thing. He wasn't even that old.

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  • Bronach Druid
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    Hello Thread People.

    Hope everyone has a great weekend.


    Nannymouse, hope the frost stays away.

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  • nannymouse
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    Almost done pruning. We will tie down the canes onto the wires next. I hope that the frosts will be easy on me now.

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  • Bronach Druid
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    Hello LT people!
    Hope everyone had a great St. Pats!
    I miss Astara.....wish she would put in a appearance somewhere!

    Originally posted by nannymouse View Post
    The idea is to take an hour of daylight from the morning (between 5 and 6 am) when few people are active, and put it in the evening (between 7:30 and 8:30 pm), where more people can use (enjoy) it.

    I like that it stays light until almost 10 pm.
    Oh I get the idea.....it just seems everything I read says it doesn't save us anything.
    I like the late summer nights too. :uhhuhuh:

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  • WokeUpDead
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    But between 5 and 6 there are a lot of people waking up and it's a much easier process when the sun is out.

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  • nannymouse
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    The idea is to take an hour of daylight from the morning (between 5 and 6 am) when few people are active, and put it in the evening (between 7:30 and 8:30 pm), where more people can use (enjoy) it.

    I like that it stays light until almost 10 pm.

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  • Bronach Druid
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    Daylight savings time is kind of interesting.....but it doesn't appear as if it saves us much of anything. I don't get why well use it.

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