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PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2020 4:31 pm    Post subject: What's going on? Reply to specific post Reply with quote




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PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2020 4:46 pm    Post subject: Re: What's going on? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I couldn't tell which ones you are talking about. It is possible for that to happen, but I couldn't see it in this thread.
 
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2020 5:10 pm    Post subject: Re: What's going on? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

hang on a second...
 
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2020 5:21 pm    Post subject: Re: What's going on? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

This one is Sweetfeets...

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Re: White Sands and rust in reply to Dune Country, 03-01-2020
07:38:31
Great pics, Dune. Hope you and your wife are having a blast!
I think our rusty ol' Regular would look good setting on
sand... or on smoe of that southern red dirt. Guess we need to
move. LOL



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Re: White Sands and rust in reply to Dune Country, 03-01-2020
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Gumby is Sitting in the barn for the winter


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Re: White Sands and rust in reply to Dune Country, 03-01-2020
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yea that 16mi. climb up to Cloudcroft put the ole' 7.3ps to the
test


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Re: White Sands and rust in reply to Dune Country, 03-01-2020
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How is Gumby?


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Re: White Sands and rust in reply to Dune Country, 03-01-2020
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Great pics, Dune. Hope you and your wife are having a blast!
I think our rusty ol' Regular would look good setting on
sand... or even on some of that southern red dirt. Guess we
need to move. LOL



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Re: White Sands and rust in reply to Dune Country, 03-01-2020
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Looks like y'all are having a swell time.


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Re: White Sands and rust in reply to Dune Country, 03-01-2020
07:38:31
I see you ventured through Hope NM, which means over the hill
in Cloudcroft on 82. A fairly amazing transition from desert to
the beauty of the Sacramento range up to 10,000'. I have a
place down in Timberon to the south of Cloudcroft.
Now you're into oil country. It stinks through Artesia, so
don't stop except for gas and some food.
My kind of country up there. Who would expect that only 70
miles from El Paso TX would be a mountain escape with deer,
elk, eagles, and snowcap peaks.
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Re: White Sands and rust in reply to Dune Country, 03-01-2020
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Pretty--Looks like N.E. Iowa---Tee



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Re: White Sands and rust in reply to Dune Country, 03-01-2020
07:38:31
Now the fun part is watching old westerns and seeing them using
White Sands for a filming location. "Milagro Bean Field War"
was filmed in New Mexico. Worth a look. Cute film. I spent a
few years in Portales, (Home to ENMU University) Don't blink,
you will miss it.
Los Alamos, a nuc test site a few years ago, I believe, Truth
or Consequences, Taos, where the artsy folks hang out,
Santa Fe which has grown up a bit. I am currently working on an
F350 Dually that will get loaded with a camper and probably
make the trip next year over the Southwest. A few relatives in
Arizona, places to see in New Mexico again and might even
migrate down into Texas. Hope you enjoy the "Land of
Enchantment" with 1001 sunsets!
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Re: White Sands and rust in reply to Bruce(OR), 03-01-2020
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Good Morning Bruce
I saw where you said that you spent time in Portales N.M. I was
stationed in Clovis N.M. for 7 1/2 years in the 70 s . Lot of
the Guys hated the place but we liked it there . I retired from
the A. F. in 78 ., moved back to the farm in Missouri for 3
years , wasn t right for us . Moved back to Clovis fr 3 more
years . Then out to Chandler , AZ in 85 . Looks like this will
be our last move as I am 80 now & the wife is in her late 70 s
. We really like the desert areas .
AZ Peapicker John

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Re: White Sands and rust in reply to AZpeapicker, 03-01-2020
10:16:17
Portales was early 70's when dad was assigned to the ROTC
program in the supply room. He retired to the Portland Or area
where I escaped High school in '77. Fast forward a few years
and some of the family is in Arizona. My sister is in Payson
and married to the (George) Randall family clan. We spent a
week down there last summer and this year might be a trip to
Alaska with the rest of the family. Dad was born in Bisbee and
ran all over the area in his day. The current wife and I are
living on 20 acres of timber that she inherited from her folks.
It just got harvested last year and she does not desire to
leave this section with no neighbors on 4 sides. That and the
5100 trees that just got replanted need a bit of time to grow
up a tad bit. Looks like I am stuck for awhile at 61 and she
has me by 6 years. I need to get this place cleaned up and we
might revisit that topic of conversation again. I figure to at
least be taking a truck and camper that southwest direction
next year and drive around looking at it all again. I sure
missed those sunsets. Which just gave me an idea...
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2020 5:34 pm    Post subject: Re: What's going on? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

I'll have Kim take a look, it's beyond me. Honestly, Classic threads are so out of order to my brain, I can't follow them, so it looks normal to me. She's the classic person.
 
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 03, 2020 9:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What's going on? Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Greg,
Do you mean because my reply shows up twice?

I do not think that it is YT... it seems to be a special talent of mine, when replying on my phone. :(
 
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