Discussion in 'Anything Goes' started by Lint, Jan 10, 2016.
My daughter at Fredrick Meijer Gardens last year.
The Sculpture is da Vinci's Horse
My ex mother in law....and she was only 45 then.
Stopped in at the new Latchkey Brewery in San Diego. Make sure to check this place out next time you're in town.
At 50 he deserves to retire in peace
Streets of Willow, Rosamond, Ca.
Just got back from a 6 day walk through the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park.
A lot of the park used to be cattle leases, long gone but the old yards and drover huts are still there and are now used by walkers to stay in during the walk.
It is bloody rough contry, and would have been a hard life there back in the 40's.
Nice pics! Looks like an interesting area to hike.
Those were awesome Oz. Especially that first one with the delapitated fence in the morning most. That one is farmable. Tell me please! That guy was not pissing in the creek in photo 7 was he.
Ha, no, that was our drinking water for the trip.
The creeks are pristine, and most of the walk was in the creek as there was no other way around.
Most of the trip you are either walking on a ridge over a mountain, or down a gully and in the creek.
My mates Apple watch told him he had climbed stairs equivalent to a 284 floor building.
I was sore in places I didn't know I had.
Those are great OZ. Thanks for posting. Are there any fish in the stream/ river? If so, what kinds?
Didn't see any big fish, but I saw plenty of eels and turtles.
One eel the thickness of my arm and 4 foot long went between my legs.
Looks like the one that took Chubbs' hand!!!
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