Oct 202014
 

From the Holler…

  • Re: A little Autumn Trip
    Beautiful country.  Great pics. Thanks for sharing. 

     :thanks:

  • Re: QE II
    That's good news.  Glad to hear you are healing well.
     :thumbs:
  • Re: A little Autumn Trip
    How grand Ron,  I hate that we had to leave so early as they were starting to get good when we did. Colo has to be one of the prettiest states in the union, I said "one of", there are plenty more also but I'm partial to Colorado…    :sleighride…
  • Re: A little Autumn Trip
    When I took the photos, I was on my way to a industry meeting. I chose not to fly, but to drive through the Rockies to the meeting in Las Vegas. The trip was so nice that I never made it to the meeting. And, I don't feel the least bit guilty. :evilgrin…
Oct 182014
 

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  • QE II
    Things continue to slowly improve. I've been doing my exercises and the pinky continues to become more flexible. It's nice to be able to put on a glove and grip the steering wheel properly.

    I wrote this few years back. I wanted to write an Alberta blu…

Oct 162014
 

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Oct 152014
 

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Oct 142014
 

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  • Re: bison
    The earliest known example of this "Cattle Guards" legend was collected in 1995.
    A story can be funny, without being the least bit true.
    And a story which casts a bad light upon a person with whom you disagree might be believed without fact-checking, b…
  • Re: bison
    Neat pix Ron of the wagon ruts…..  we also have encountered the bison in Custer State Park in South Dakota. It is somewhat iffy if one of them decided to decide we were pestering them… LOL
    Sharon was on the back of the bike and the camerawoman… …
  • Re: A bittersweet weekend
    opps.. my bad   :laughing:

    good looking kid/kid's

  • Re: bison
    I will accept hair augmentation of any kind, from any type of critter. :smile: :Giggly:
    Ron
Oct 132014
 

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  • Re: bison
    Here are some of the wagon ruts on the Oregon Trail near Guernsey, Wyoming:


    A carving with an 1878 date:
    [img]ht…
  • Re: bison
    It is good to read that you still are on your family's ranch, stanger.
    So many people on ranches and farms became land rich and money poor and have to sell the homestead. I always found that to be sad.
    There still are wagon ruts to be seen from the we…
  • Re: A bittersweet weekend
    Both are wonderful photos!
    Is the bearded fellow your son? He sure looks like you.
    Ron
  • Re: EBOLA?
    The number of deaths from Ebola, although sad and painful for the individuals and families involved, is very small relative to the various countries' populations and population growth. 4000-5000 deaths is numerically almost trivial. Let's look at Guine…
Oct 122014
 

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  • Re: EBOLA?
    Like I posted on The Other Banjo Site:

    EVERYbody dies of SOMEthing.

    Imagine being diagnosed with Ebola.
    Chances are you'll be horribly dead within a few days.
    Unless you get the possible cure.

    Imagine being diagnosed with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis,…

  • EBOLA?
     :scare screaming:
    What an opinion have about the: Ebola
    Andoni
     :scare screaming: :scare screaming:
  • Re: Old Salt Union
    To me, it sounds like Klezmer music being played with bluegrass instruments.
  • Re: Old Salt Union
    I liked it!!  :applaud:
Oct 102014
 

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