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Discussion in 'The Club House' started by LT2108, Jun 17, 2014.
I did not take this picture but found it to be precious with the Little One and the goat!
I was so upset about seeing that poor underfed KITTY!
Don’t dare want that to get out on the Internet, especially to California. Washington is overrun with those cockroaches that destroyed their state, didn’t learned a damn thing because they’re destroying ours the same way.
Wyoming is a money laundering front
As you said, all you out of staters need to stay out!
The third time in the last week I have gotten this critter off the bird feeder. I am pretty sure it is the same one. I keep hauling him off further and further and he keeps making his way back. He took it pretty well the first two times, but this time he got a little aggressive and wanted to bite.
Chain: He'd make a nice sling for an old milsurp.
I am afraid he would bite me....
You just gotta bite him first
Yes. All splayed out like a kitty rug.
What kind of snake is that?
It is 15 minutes from Grand Junction, Colorado. It is at exit 45 on I-70. It used to be exit 46. But my friend that manages the range had a conversation with CDOT. He told them that it was inapropriate that a world class shooting range be at exit 46. So they actually changed it to exit 45. Someone needs to put a sticker that say ACP next to it.
Not to get into the Wyoming/ Maine remote discussion- but i used to inspect a uranium processing operation in a lovely garden spot in SE Utah. Instructions were take I-70 West into Utah to Crescent Junction. Stop. Fill your gas tank. Then turn South. Stop before you hit New Mexico.
They were not kidding. Room to do above ground testing of atomic weapons out there. Makes Buffalo Wyoming look like Gotham.
Southern Utah is very empty. They weren't joking about filling your tank either. I still get anxious if my fuel tank gets below half, partially from living in wyoming and driving around southern Utah and also from my Dad lecturing me about it all the time.
Blanding UT. Beautiful scenery. Not much else, just a LOT of scenery. If your dog ran away, in 3 days, you could still see him.
We used to ride outside green river and hanksville. A lot of cool things to see and not a lot of people. I'll see if I can dig up some pictures. I also climbed most of the slot canyons in Zion and all around southern Utah.
When I was in my teens I ran across two Radio and Electronics magazines in my foster parents home, one was from 1925 and the other from 1927, the one from 1927 had a picture of the editor sitting in front of one of the first televisions which was developed by a Scotsman, it used a disk of metal that had a series of holes drilled in a spiral and there was a flash tube behind the disk that was controlled by a photo sensitive tube in a camera, the viewing area wasn't much more than an inch. The interesting thing about the magazine was a fictional story inside that showed future TVs to about the same size as those built in the 50's up to the modern LED screens. Sad to say I didn't realize how valuable those old magazines were, even just to own them now, just to show people how TV started out.
Same here- if I’m outside of southern Maine, and I spend a lot of time inn Western Maine, I always make sure my tank is topped off
Viking: I saw the value in them, but they were never going to get read at my house. I gave them to a friend that sells stuff on eBay, watch for them if you are interested.