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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by IpponDuro, Nov 22, 2011.
Liv2ryd...the floor is yours....post on!
I think yer at Crossett's Mobil station.
Am I gettin' warmer?
and the picture was taken it 1952
Steens Mt...was that correct?
RE: 1952...I may be sporting some gray hair, but just a little before my time...but not by much
Turn? Bah, too many rulz.
Yes, Hart Mountain, Poker Jim ridge.
He's been raised on those "Portland" threads and reading is hard. We understand Z, thanks for playing
Guess I've been too busy riding and not spending enough time on the internet.
Damn, that's twice this week that I have hard to clean up the keyboard...first coffee and now my evening beer!
Not? Why post if you aren't trying to share?
I am here: http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=47.674171,-122.307431
Place with no name!
Tell me the nearest town or the name of the river the bridge crosses...
and here is one just for LadyBug.
Plain and the Wenatchee River
I'm wondering the same thing. But then again maybe a good game of hide and seek come during riding weather could be fun...... Lets see if we can figure out where the picture was taken without being told type of thing.
J.W. gets Ladybug points for the cheerful butterfly and pretty flowers. The Ladybug points aren't good for much but the pictures are nice.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone.
Furndog you would have had it, but Michaelyogi pulls through because Levenworth is closer to the bridge.
Michaelyogi - Your up, post away!
Ladybug points may not count for much she says. But a Ladybug smile is priceless!
Ipponduro - Outstanding idea for a thread!!!!
HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL
Rule#4. It's not your turn untill the current picture holder posts that you have guessed correctly. Edit: (or the winner nominates someone else to post a picture)
Yeah,, it's a warshington thing,,them folks like their stuff WELL REGULATED,,rules man,, they are good for,,,uhh,,they're for the good,,ummm, well, we just need 'em! wanna buy a dozen different passes so you can picnic in the woods with yer family? lots of water down below in your photo,, that was this season I'd imagine. Alvord was still a lake when we were there in septmbr.
I'd post a pic, but it's not my turn, and I already blew it and gave away the secret location that I'd normally never share with other riders.:huh
Any skiers? Name the ski area...