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Old 02-29-2008, 08:13 AM   #31
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well...ANYBODY BUT GORDON!

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Old 02-29-2008, 09:55 AM   #33
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haha no, I wish. Mine will be up and going in a few weeks. Just need to go to the pot store and buy some clones. Legally I can't grow that much as in the picture; I'm limited to 30 plants in a 10ft x 10ft canopy, which really can't happen with 30 normal plants. So it'll be 8 or 10 or so. Free poundage I can sell legally back to the cannabis club for good money.
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Why is it that people just dont like winners? Every no inbred person in teh world with half a brain will unanimously agree that Jeff Gordon is one of the best drivers to ever get behind a wheel. And for those who says he whines too much, I got news for you. They are all whiners. They are all cheaters.. ask any guy in teh pits... if you aint cheatin you aint tryin...

this picture is special... because Kevin Harvick is the biggest cry baby in NASCAR since Fussy Rusty Wallace left.
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Moxie... you truely live in God's country... but I don't have to tell you that.
I'm not a native, but I got here as fast as I could!

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Colorado is beautiful. I lived in Franktown for five years (south of Parker). It had one stoplight when I was there, I often wonder if it's stayed the same.
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Colorado is beautiful. I lived in Franktown for five years (south of Parker). It had one stoplight when I was there, I often wonder if it's stayed the same.
Well, Denver has spread north to Fort Collins and south to Colorado Springs. It's already hard up against the mountains to the west and the only place left to grow is east, so Franktown is about to get swallowed up! Castlewood State Park is still a beautiful place though.
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Well, Denver has spread north to Fort Collins and south to Colorado Springs. It's already hard up against the mountains to the west and the only place left to grow is east, so Franktown is about to get swallowed up! Castlewood State Park is still a beautiful place though.
Oh dang really? That's awful. When I lived there I was at the edge of a 10k acre cattle ranch over looking Denver with a view of the Rockies from Mount Evans to Pike's Peak. It was increadible. I miss it.
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Oh dang really? That's awful. When I lived there I was at the edge of a 10k acre cattle ranch over looking Denver with a view of the Rockies from Mount Evans to Pike's Peak. It was increadible. I miss it.
I've been known to exagerate (a little)! Franktown is still relatively rural, but it's only a matter of time. Sadly, I'm part of the problem - but now that I'm here they should lock the gates!
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Were is the last pic of the caves???? My computer crashed a few weeks back so I don't have many pics of my state left on here but here is a redneck mansion
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Why is it i see almost full screen pics from a lot of people but I have to resize my pics smaller just to get them to go.It says exceeds the size limit????
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First is a winter view of Spokane and Spokane Falls.
The second is the Spokane River near our house.
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These two are around Power Lake, about an hour northwest of us and one of my favorite places to wheel, fish, escape.

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I've lived in Texas and Colorado, so I get to double up... lol


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Less than two days later in the middle of Hurricane Emily

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Thanks... I was loving the fact that 2 days prior, I was sweating my ass off in the 106 degree Texas heat. When I took that pic, it was in the low 40's... Man I hated coming back.
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Why is it i see almost full screen pics from a lot of people but I have to resize my pics smaller just to get them to go.It says exceeds the size limit????
There's a size limit for images hosted by Wrangler forum. The large pics are most likely being hosted off site.
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Is that the one in the Goonies?
Very well could be. I know they filmed that movie along the Oregon Coast. I thought it was in Astoria, but I've been known to be wrong before (not often though)!
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Thanks... I was loving the fact that 2 days prior, I was sweating my ass off in the 106 degree Texas heat. When I took that pic, it was in the low 40's... Man I hated coming back.
Well we both know that here on Texas it can be 40 degrees in the morning then the same day crack 100 in the afternoon.
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Yes, I think it is. Man, I miss the Oregon coast!
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Well we both know that here on Texas it can be 40 degrees in the morning then the same day crack 100 in the afternoon.
Yeah, but luckily in this case, I had put 1000 miles and 40 degrees between me and the Texas sun.
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these area ll from maine b/c mass sucks, its jsut roads and houses
me kayaking


my parents canoeing on our lake in Maine (ok not our lake but the one our cabin is on)


my uncle on top of a mountian in the whites in NH, idk thought it was kinda artistic, these are nothing like the pics of colorado or anything though, those are amazing!

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