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  1. I believe this photo is from a forest fire NE Washington .
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  3. I don’t know about anyone else but anymore I like more of what pandora digs up versus the radio... Tyler Childers, Turnpike Troubadours, Cody Jinks, Sturgill Simpson are ringing bells. I like songs that have a meaning in the lyrics
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  4. One I stumbled across that was pretty good. Never heard of the guy but like his sound.
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  5. I'm a big believer in it's only original once. But rust,dust,dirt,cobwebs,mouse sh!t and grease aren't original. You have to stabilize it so it doesn't deteriorate further.
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  6. exSW, I just got her going this spring. Seeded down a waterway with it, had some struggles, (grass seed was too big for the small box) but yes it's handy. I bought it partly for the nostalgia and to use on small areas that need reseeded.
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  7. Snow Geese??? Compared to T-Birds more like Snow Slugs!! Party's over when they start the engines.
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  8. Also troy, look up the spruce goose and the 225, I think the goose was wider and a tad shorter.
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  9. I just watched a little history show about that plane very interesting
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  10. A little molten metal fer ya. If they are in order...... casting setup, 170gr Keith for .357 & 158gr RN for .38 SP or lite .357
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  11. Guess everybody but snake is tired of my contests? It is a rock chip in a windshield.
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  12. Not my shot. But it is my barn.
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  13. Great shots, minus the rattler, I get shudders looking at a picture in a screen, been sceered of snakes since I was little little. Is that an old house that is now a shed?
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  14. There are some awesome pictures on this thread. I decided to add a few from my phone, they may not be awesome but, they’re at least kind of cool
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  15. More random pics. Topiary's Picture of a German officers bunker taken by a photographer accompanying my Grandfather in France 102 years ago near the end of the Great War. Don't forget now:
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