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Discussion in 'Americas' started by Arte, Feb 1, 2010.
I will keep my eye out for the Google Earth car! Looks like its not the safest place to be a donkey.
I passed a Google Earth car headed west on I-40 on Wednesday (4-16-14) in New Mexico. Must be updating their info.
Photo taken today:
Tricedaughter (1 of 3) (graduates Texas A&M next month) and her Big Smile,
3.8 GPA and a Colorado grad school so I can ride with SR, Jimmex, Bill (Eakins) and JD
And gorgeous on top of all that.
Looks like the Donkey got spooked by the Google Maps vehicles and ran into it. They tend use Subaru Imprezas the most. 2 are parked in Fort Collins today
Felidades. Muy guapa.
I might be up for a Colorado ride some time. Be sure to ride up Turkey Creek Canyon.
Lived in Colorado for the longest stretch of my military career. Colorado Springs.
Something about that state calls me home. Reminds me of Durango (Mexico) and the Sierra. So many of my buds have Colorado connections.
I still have family there.
You, Tom, and SR, RMO, Jimmex, Bill, and tons more of my amigos have Colorado anchors.
I'm hauling the KTM to Telluride and discussing all this with my favorite Hollywood mogul, RMO.
I'm intent on riding the Colorado back country with Bill's map (fantastic). Our "Man From Sayulita" knows maps.
Then jump the border to Utah. South to Arizona. East to New Mexico. Then home.
Tricedaughter (2012 study abroad in Prague)
She starts this summer at Colorado State in Fort Collins for grad school (Occupational Therapy). She's my #1 reason to make Colorado my "home away from home" (again).
David in Telluride
Jimmy in Rico
And Bill, well, right there in Fort Collins!
SR - our graduate of the Colorado School of Mines in Golden
Probably a bunch more
Don't underestimate the Colorado/Mexico connection
Fortunately, now they sell Coors Light at OXXO. So in Mexico we're never more than 2 blocks away from finding a traguito de nuestra tierra! It's very comforting!
Map is incorrect. Quake center was Northwest of Acapulco.
We cheerfully refund your deposit
And by the way, the Quake Center is in Philadelphia
And the map pinpointer is, just so you know, for "Arturo's Tacos", not a seismic event
I passed a bing maps car on Wednesday April 16th.I was at the corner of Academy and N. Main in Greenville,SC.I hope my son and I will be on their street view.
I suppose this is the inevitable evolution of American Idol
It certainly makes me wonder.
If ya haven't been on the New Mexico portion of the CDR, you might give it a shot.
I just returned home from 5 weeks of wandering around on my WR 250 R. Spent two weeks in Mexico's Copper Canyon, a week in Big Bend, Texas...Specifically Terlingua
I've ridden the Northern half of the CDR so, decided to catch the New Mexico portion & rode it North. It was a great ride & much different than I expected. Then headed over to Moab & met friends & did some exploring there. On the way I stayed at the very unique B&B, 3-Step Hideaway, located on the TAT, & owned by inmate Dingweeds & Wife. http://www.3stephideaway.com/index.php
^ buenas sugerencias right there Jack
Regarding the google donkey. That's actually a rather old image. Google came under fire over it. It's actually playing in reverse. The donkey was laying down, car drove up on it and spooked it so it stood up.