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    I still like Vegas. Airconditioning rocks.
























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    Quote Originally Posted by KBasa
    I still like Vegas. Airconditioning rocks.

























    Me too. I really had a good time in Vegas the one and only time that I was there a few years back on the way to Cali. Thats when you, Tina, me, and my buddy Dan went to the dim sum place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YB in IN
    Me too. I really had a good time in Vegas the one and only time that I was there a few years back on the way to Cali. Thats when you, Tina, me, and my buddy Dan went to the dim sum place.
    That was a fun time, wasn't it?


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    Man, I forgot about this picture. That was a great time. I'm looking at auditioning for the Young Artist's Program at San Francisco Opera in December. It's a pretty big deal program that everybody wants to get in to. I'm really hoping though that I get it because I totally fell in love with San Fran from that one trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KBasa
    That was a fun time, wasn't it?


    This photo screams out for a caption......I don't know how much of a sense of humor each of these folks has so I will defer. Just thinking about some gave me a chuckle especially with Vegas as the backdrop.

    Breeze

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    Quote Originally Posted by Callmethebreeze
    This photo screams out for a caption
    "please, don't tell my husband."

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkF
    "please, don't tell my husband."
    Mark --- Now THAT was funny! Thanks for the laugh!!!!!

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    Question Huh?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Rihn-Manke
    Mark --- Now THAT was funny! Thanks for the laugh!!!!!
    Must be a private joke. On a public forum?
    Oh well! Anything Sue wants to do is fine with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz
    Must be a private joke.
    Everyone knows What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.

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    Vegas?

    But this pic is not Vegas. I walked this street in August and was at a convention at the Hyatt in the backround. It is San Francisco. What happens in SF.....
    is talked about on the web????

    tb

    PS. The ride home was great. Up the coast hiway to the redwoods, across the coast range to Red Bluff, Chico and then the Feather River canyon to Quincy, down to Reno and fast interstates from there.

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    Temperate weather, beautiful scenery, close enough to population, but isolated by the "Redwood Curtain". There are local brew pubs and great roads. See you in Petrolia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob_M
    Temperate weather, beautiful scenery, close enough to population, but isolated by the "Redwood Curtain". There are local brew pubs and great roads. See you in Petrolia.

    What about the black algae between your toes? Doesn't it get a bit rainy up there?



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    Nope!

    In the winter the heavy mist is incessant (followed by showers and periods of heavy rain) but in the summer the weather can be expected to be overcast and cool in the AM and temperate and sunny in the afternoon. One thing that is interesting, the coast redwoods (you have got to walk through a grove of 300' tall trees) have evolved to take advantage of the summer morning fogs. The huge surface area of the millions of tiny leaves (needles) intercept the water vapor and it collects to fall as rain inside the grove. Just inland from the pastoral coastal plain (10 miles) the weather is all California: hot and dry and sunny. The mountains along the northern california coast are scribed with roads for all kinds of riders. It beats the heck out of Branson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob_M
    In the winter the heavy mist is incessant (followed by showers and periods of heavy rain) but in the summer the weather can be expected to be overcast and cool in the AM and temperate and sunny in the afternoon. One thing that is interesting, the coast redwoods (you have got to walk through a grove of 300' tall trees) have evolved to take advantage of the summer morning fogs. The huge surface area of the millions of tiny leaves (needles) intercept the water vapor and it collects to fall as rain inside the grove. Just inland from the pastoral coastal plain (10 miles) the weather is all California: hot and dry and sunny. The mountains along the northern california coast are scribed with roads for all kinds of riders. It beats the heck out of Branson
    But what about the Osmonds, all those wonderful relics from the Lawrence Welk show and, who can forget, the former cast of Hee-Haw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob_M
    Temperate weather, beautiful scenery, close enough to population, but isolated by the "Redwood Curtain". There are local brew pubs and great roads. See you in Petrolia.
    The Lost Coast, too!... and Humboldt County... and Mendocino Greeno... I am so there!

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