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    #2101 2 years ago
    Quoted from jokerpoker:

    Sun just coming up near Cobargo yesterday. Another great day on the road, even better since our latest Covid outbreak no one is travelling. I’ve got a 54 seat coach with 2 passengers on board.
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    I hope the remaining 52 passengers end up looking like pinball machines.

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    #2102 2 years ago

    Caught one of the gardeners out pruning trees this afternoon.

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    #2103 2 years ago
    Quoted from TractorDoc:

    Caught one of the gardeners out pruning trees this afternoon.

    I'd trade you a buck for him, but why bother? We'd just come out even.

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    #2104 2 years ago
    Quoted from brobra:

    I hope the remaining 52 passengers end up looking like pinball machines.

    I wish

    Sunset over the Corunna Lake

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    #2105 2 years ago

    This morning while walking the dog, I heard a Cooper's hawk calling for its mate. I looked up and saw it staring at me as I walked the dog.
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    #2106 2 years ago

    Airboating in the Everglades

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    #2107 2 years ago

    Another little result of last week's micro-burst.
    I already had plenty to clean up, so it was nice
    that it fell in, and not out of the brush..

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    #2108 2 years ago

    Something from a bus ride across Kent a couple days ago, with Dover Castle in the background. The North Downs are spectacular, might make another run down there if I can find some decent tables in the area

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    #2109 2 years ago

    Friday and Saturday brought a lot of rain.

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    Once it had let up I took a walk down to the creek to see how high the water had risen. Turns out it was quite high.

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    Normally the water sits six to eight feet below the bridge. You can see where water was washing up/around it and how it displaced all the gravel at the entry point.

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    The rushing water was powerful enough to knock down quite a few rows of corn. I have to remember that this is not just how high it was, but it was flowing fast enough here (a good 20-30 feet from the bank) to knock the corn down. Glad I was not caught out in the middle of it!

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    #2110 2 years ago

    My first Eagle

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    #2111 2 years ago
    Quoted from Jaybird815:

    My first Eagle
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    Eagles are badass. I've spotted about 8 of them the past five or six years up here.

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    #2112 2 years ago

    End of the line. An old line.
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    #2113 2 years ago

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    #2114 2 years ago

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    #2115 2 years ago

    Sorry if I'm posting a lot lately.....

    Here's the fire hall/station of a small town I'm visiting. The sign on the front of the building indicating it was a fire hall/station caught on fire last spring.

    The irony is not lost on me.
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    #2116 2 years ago
    Quoted from ImNotNorm:

    Sorry if I'm posting a lot lately.....

    Keep em' coming!

    #2117 2 years ago
    Quoted from ImNotNorm:

    Sorry if I'm posting a lot lately.....
    Here's the fire hall/station of a small town I'm visiting. The sign on the front of the building indicating it was a fire hall/station caught on fire last spring.
    The irony is not lost on me.
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    Your on vacation. Post away. Love seeing pics of places I've never been or probably will ever visit. Miss Rotordave's vacation threads

    #2118 2 years ago
    Quoted from TractorDoc:

    Friday and Saturday brought a lot of rain.
    [quoted image]
    Once it had let up I took a walk down to the creek to see how high the water had risen. Turns out it was quite high.
    [quoted image]
    Normally the water sits six to eight feet below the bridge. You can see where water was washing up/around it and how it displaced all the gravel at the entry point.
    [quoted image]
    The rushing water was powerful enough to knock down quite a few rows of corn. I have to remember that this is not just how high it was, but it was flowing fast enough here (a good 20-30 feet from the bank) to knock the corn down. Glad I was not caught out in the middle of it!
    [quoted image]

    I know I've mentioned/discussed covered bridges somewhere on pinside but how freaking awesome is it that someone has a covered bridge on their property? Man TractorDoc, your place looks like heaven to me

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    #2119 2 years ago

    Good morning pinside.

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    #2120 2 years ago

    Love it! Paris Hotel in Las Vegas?

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    #2121 2 years ago

    Pic on part of my roof of the Preseli hills/mountains Wales where it has now been proved that the stones from Stonehenge in England were originally placed over 5000 years ago and were moved, 175 mile distance between the two places!!!
    Other pic where I sometimes walk the dog is a Manor House where my daughter got married, lovely place.

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    #2122 2 years ago

    Some interesting streaky clouds.P1030658 (resized).JPGP1030658 (resized).JPG
    A pair of bucks visiting my jungle of a yard.P1030726 (resized).JPGP1030726 (resized).JPG
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    #2123 2 years ago

    Somewhere on the Ottawa River

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    #2124 2 years ago
    Quoted from pinball2020:

    Love it! Paris Hotel in Las Vegas?
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    I know it looks so real ......

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    #2125 2 years ago

    Maroon Bells Wilderness area - Colorado. Pics: Geneva Lake basin/Snowmass Mountain and Capitol Peak.

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    #2126 2 years ago
    Quoted from rad:

    Maroon Bells Wilderness area - Colorado. Pics: Geneva Lake basin/Snowmass Mountain and Capitol Peak.[quoted image][quoted image]

    Holy crap those are some amazing pics. I can see myself doing the jigsaw puzzle of either shot

    #2127 2 years ago
    Quoted from ImNotNorm:

    Sorry if I'm posting a lot lately.....
    Here's the fire hall/station of a small town I'm visiting. The sign on the front of the building indicating it was a fire hall/station caught on fire last spring.
    The irony is not lost on me.
    [quoted image]

    I'm wondering if the Fire Department saw my Pinside post from a few days ago. Because they were working on the front of the building when I was doing my daily walk with the dogs this morning.

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    #2128 2 years ago

    My niece was kind enough to take me horseback riding today. Haven't done that in 25+ years.

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    #2129 2 years ago

    Good afternoon Barcelona

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    #2130 2 years ago

    Here is my Austrocylindropuntia subulata 'Gumby', also known as Opuntia 'Gumby'. It is a dwarf, monstrose form of Austrocylindropuntia subulata. I am working on training them to play pinball with me once their arms and fingers are fully developed.

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    #2131 2 years ago
    Quoted from pinball2020:

    Here is my Austrocylindropuntia subulata 'Gumby', also known as Opuntia 'Gumby'. It is a dwarf, monstrose form of Austrocylindropuntia subulata. I am working on training them to play pinball with me once their arms and fingers are fully developed.[quoted image]

    Ain't got no distractions
    Can't hear no buzzers and bells

    #2132 2 years ago
    Quoted from ImNotNorm:

    My niece was kind enough to take me horseback riding today. Haven't done that in 25+ years.

    How are your hemorrhoids after the ride?

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    #2133 2 years ago

    Crazy storm ripped thru tonight. Knocked out power for a couple hours and crazy winds. My dolly was by the table to right and ended up over by the deck. 20210722_175357.jpg20210722_175357.jpgFew tree limbs trimmed off. First rain in over 30 days here although it only lasted a half hr.

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    #2134 2 years ago

    I took this awhile ago and totally forgot about it. I’ve never seen so many rats at one location. The developer must have pissed off ALL the trades. There was at least 10 more Scabbys out of view down the road to the left

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    #2135 2 years ago
    Quoted from JayDee:

    I took this awhile ago and totally forgot about it. I’ve never seen so many rats at one location. The developer must have pissed off ALL the trades. There was at least 10 more Scabbys out of view down the road to the left
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    #2136 2 years ago
    Quoted from Coindork:

    Good afternoon Barcelona [quoted image]

    Jelly. France, Spain... Where's next? Italy?

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    #2137 2 years ago

    Another 5 weeks to spring-whale migration north in full swing. But there are consequences living on the coast-wind and rain at times quite ferocious.

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    #2138 2 years ago
    Quoted from wayner:

    Another 5 weeks to spring-whale migration north in full swing. But there are consequences living on the coast-wind and rain at times quite ferocious.
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    Beautiful

    #2139 2 years ago
    Quoted from dirkdiggler:

    Crazy storm ripped thru tonight. Knocked out power for a couple hours and crazy winds. My dolly was by the table to right and ended up over by the deck. [quoted image]Few tree limbs trimmed off. First rain in over 30 days here although it only lasted a half hr.
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    You live in the coolest named town/city I've ever heard of. Cut Knife; nice.

    #2140 2 years ago
    Quoted from wayner:

    Another 5 weeks to spring-whale migration north in full swing. But there are consequences living on the coast-wind and rain at times quite ferocious.
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    Still a few going through here now. They'll be back later coming north.

    Rained here from December to February.

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    #2141 2 years ago
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    #2142 2 years ago

    Another sunrise Boca Grande Island Florida…

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    #2143 2 years ago
    Quoted from Nazz26:

    Sunrise in Boca Grande Island Florida.

    Makes me wish I was there...

    Quoted from Blitzburgh99:

    [picture of huge traffic jam]

    ...but glad I'm not stuck in that.

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    #2144 2 years ago

    Well guys it’s come to my wife and kids having to do all the yard work. I used to take care of it all it was always well groomed, but since the liver complications I just sit and watch.I’m swollen from my belly to my toes. I basically can’t do shit. It is so frustrating. Hospice has been called in but I’m a fighter and plan on chugging along. I thank all on pinside for their gratitude and help with my DH. Pinside has been there for me almost everyday. #GRAHAMSTRONG #CANCERSUCKS

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    #2145 2 years ago
    Quoted from dirkdiggler:Jelly. France, Spain... Where's next? Italy?

    No Italy this trip.
    Just landed in Amsterdam though.

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    #2146 2 years ago
    Quoted from bssbllr:

    I’m a fighter and plan on chugging along.

    I'm rooting for you !

    LTG : )

    #2147 2 years ago
    Quoted from Coindork:

    No Italy this trip.
    Just landed in Amsterdam though. [quoted image]

    Again.....

    #2148 2 years ago
    Quoted from LTG:

    I'm rooting for you !
    LTG : )

    We all are! Keep fighting!

    #2149 2 years ago

    Yeah, my return flight is out of Amsterdam so second time here on this trip.

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    #2150 2 years ago

    B doubleE doubleR U, N

    Beerrun

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