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donald949


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donald949 wrote:
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slacklining somewhere

it's easy to have anarchy with nothing really happening
tell me again about whitepass and blue(mountain?)

haven't skied either of them, but i did drive by whitepass last summer. small ski hills, family friendly.

move to my neck of the woods and i will offer up my home in canuckistan for ski visits. far better terrain and only a half day's drive. seriously, i have lots of room and would love weekend company.
sold!
You mentioned you have lots of room, so I'm assuming the munchins can come too.

Alright, top of the line for you.

well behaved kids.........i have standards


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Jul 19, 2013, 6:44 AM
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So the job fare at work today was kinda a bust. Rumor had it, lots of project managers, all over the territory. Didn't really turn out that way.

I've never believed the hype with job fairs. It's just a resume collection factory.


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Jul 21, 2013, 5:52 AM
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Hi guys! I actually touched rock this weekend, so in honor of that fact I am making a post. Smile


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Jul 21, 2013, 5:54 AM
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Ok, so technically it was just some class 3 scrambling but hey it felt scary enough and I hoisted myself up using my arms some of the time, so it counts. Plus, mountains.


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Jul 21, 2013, 9:41 AM
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Ok, so technically it was just some class 3 scrambling but hey it felt scary enough and I hoisted myself up using my arms some of the time, so it counts. Plus, mountains.


That looks like the long way:


*waves!*


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Jul 21, 2013, 4:22 PM
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Spent the last two nights boondocking with no hook ups in a remote Forest Service campground 5 miles in a dirt road in the extreme NE corner of CA looking for some legendary obsidian mines. We found 3 mines, hauled out 100# of stone, got a flat tire and multiple cuts/puncture wounds (obsidian is sharp!!!), and ate all of our meager supplies and 5 gallons of water.

Found a guy 20 miles away this morning to open up his tire shop, fix the flat, replace a bad valve on the spare, and all for $25 and a 45 minute delay. Guess it pays to cross through towns with 2k population and 27 churches; he was full of Sunday love-thy-neighboredness.


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Jul 21, 2013, 4:24 PM
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Spent the last two nights boondocking with no hook ups in a remote Forest Service campground 5 miles in a dirt road in the extreme NE corner of CA looking for some legendary obsidian mines. We found 3 mines, hauled out 100# of stone, got a flat tire and multiple cuts/puncture wounds (obsidian is sharp!!!), and ate all of our meager supplies and 5 gallons of water.

Found a guy 20 miles away this morning to open up his tire shop, fix the flat, replace a bad valve on the spare, and all for $25 and a 45 minute delay. Guess it pays to cross through towns with 2k population and 27 churches; he was full of Sunday love-thy-neighboredness.

Just stopped for the night in Burns, OR.

Burns, Burns, why is that name so familiar??? And then it hit me:

That's the name of Homer Simpson's boss.

Heh.


Gmburns2000


Jul 21, 2013, 4:33 PM
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edge wrote:
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Spent the last two nights boondocking with no hook ups in a remote Forest Service campground 5 miles in a dirt road in the extreme NE corner of CA looking for some legendary obsidian mines. We found 3 mines, hauled out 100# of stone, got a flat tire and multiple cuts/puncture wounds (obsidian is sharp!!!), and ate all of our meager supplies and 5 gallons of water.

Found a guy 20 miles away this morning to open up his tire shop, fix the flat, replace a bad valve on the spare, and all for $25 and a 45 minute delay. Guess it pays to cross through towns with 2k population and 27 churches; he was full of Sunday love-thy-neighboredness.

Just stopped for the night in Burns, OR.

Burns, Burns, why is that name so familiar??? And then it hit me:

That's the name of Homer Simpson's boss.

Heh.

I've never heard that one before. Unimpressed

However, before the Simpsons, people did use to ask me how Gracie was.

Don't even start with Johnny Cash. Mad


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Jul 21, 2013, 6:38 PM
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edge wrote:
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Spent the last two nights boondocking with no hook ups in a remote Forest Service campground 5 miles in a dirt road in the extreme NE corner of CA looking for some legendary obsidian mines. We found 3 mines, hauled out 100# of stone, got a flat tire and multiple cuts/puncture wounds (obsidian is sharp!!!), and ate all of our meager supplies and 5 gallons of water.

Found a guy 20 miles away this morning to open up his tire shop, fix the flat, replace a bad valve on the spare, and all for $25 and a 45 minute delay. Guess it pays to cross through towns with 2k population and 27 churches; he was full of Sunday love-thy-neighboredness.

Just stopped for the night in Burns, OR.

Burns, Burns, why is that name so familiar??? And then it hit me:

That's the name of Homer Simpson's boss.

Heh.

where the hell is burns oregon?

on another note, the husband and i are out on a road trip thursday, heading down to san fran for a few days, visit the kid who is working there for the summer and take in a giants game.


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Jul 21, 2013, 7:24 PM
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macherry wrote:
edge wrote:
edge wrote:
Spent the last two nights boondocking with no hook ups in a remote Forest Service campground 5 miles in a dirt road in the extreme NE corner of CA looking for some legendary obsidian mines. We found 3 mines, hauled out 100# of stone, got a flat tire and multiple cuts/puncture wounds (obsidian is sharp!!!), and ate all of our meager supplies and 5 gallons of water.

Found a guy 20 miles away this morning to open up his tire shop, fix the flat, replace a bad valve on the spare, and all for $25 and a 45 minute delay. Guess it pays to cross through towns with 2k population and 27 churches; he was full of Sunday love-thy-neighboredness.

Just stopped for the night in Burns, OR.

Burns, Burns, why is that name so familiar??? And then it hit me:

That's the name of Homer Simpson's boss.

Heh.

where the hell is burns oregon?

on another note, the husband and i are out on a road trip thursday, heading down to san fran for a few days, visit the kid who is working there for the summer and take in a giants game.

Go Dodgers


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Jul 21, 2013, 7:44 PM
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Gmburns2000 wrote:
macherry wrote:
edge wrote:
edge wrote:
Spent the last two nights boondocking with no hook ups in a remote Forest Service campground 5 miles in a dirt road in the extreme NE corner of CA looking for some legendary obsidian mines. We found 3 mines, hauled out 100# of stone, got a flat tire and multiple cuts/puncture wounds (obsidian is sharp!!!), and ate all of our meager supplies and 5 gallons of water.

Found a guy 20 miles away this morning to open up his tire shop, fix the flat, replace a bad valve on the spare, and all for $25 and a 45 minute delay. Guess it pays to cross through towns with 2k population and 27 churches; he was full of Sunday love-thy-neighboredness.

Just stopped for the night in Burns, OR.

Burns, Burns, why is that name so familiar??? And then it hit me:

That's the name of Homer Simpson's boss.

Heh.

where the hell is burns oregon?

on another note, the husband and i are out on a road trip thursday, heading down to san fran for a few days, visit the kid who is working there for the summer and take in a giants game.

Go Dodgers

blah


edge


Jul 21, 2013, 8:35 PM
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macherry wrote:
edge wrote:
edge wrote:
Spent the last two nights boondocking with no hook ups in a remote Forest Service campground 5 miles in a dirt road in the extreme NE corner of CA looking for some legendary obsidian mines. We found 3 mines, hauled out 100# of stone, got a flat tire and multiple cuts/puncture wounds (obsidian is sharp!!!), and ate all of our meager supplies and 5 gallons of water.

Found a guy 20 miles away this morning to open up his tire shop, fix the flat, replace a bad valve on the spare, and all for $25 and a 45 minute delay. Guess it pays to cross through towns with 2k population and 27 churches; he was full of Sunday love-thy-neighboredness.

Just stopped for the night in Burns, OR.

Burns, Burns, why is that name so familiar??? And then it hit me:

That's the name of Homer Simpson's boss.

Heh.

where the hell is burns oregon?

About 5 1/2 hours due south of Richland, WA. Just cutting through on our way to Oh Boise.


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Jul 21, 2013, 8:59 PM
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edge wrote:
macherry wrote:
edge wrote:
edge wrote:
Spent the last two nights boondocking with no hook ups in a remote Forest Service campground 5 miles in a dirt road in the extreme NE corner of CA looking for some legendary obsidian mines. We found 3 mines, hauled out 100# of stone, got a flat tire and multiple cuts/puncture wounds (obsidian is sharp!!!), and ate all of our meager supplies and 5 gallons of water.

Found a guy 20 miles away this morning to open up his tire shop, fix the flat, replace a bad valve on the spare, and all for $25 and a 45 minute delay. Guess it pays to cross through towns with 2k population and 27 churches; he was full of Sunday love-thy-neighboredness.

Just stopped for the night in Burns, OR.

Burns, Burns, why is that name so familiar??? And then it hit me:

That's the name of Homer Simpson's boss.

Heh.

where the hell is burns oregon?

About 5 1/2 hours due south of Richland, WA. Just cutting through on our way to Oh Boise.

waves!!!


donald949


Jul 22, 2013, 7:35 AM
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macherry wrote:
donald949 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
macherry wrote:
donald949 wrote:
macherry wrote:
slacklining somewhere

it's easy to have anarchy with nothing really happening
tell me again about whitepass and blue(mountain?)

haven't skied either of them, but i did drive by whitepass last summer. small ski hills, family friendly.

move to my neck of the woods and i will offer up my home in canuckistan for ski visits. far better terrain and only a half day's drive. seriously, i have lots of room and would love weekend company.
sold!
You mentioned you have lots of room, so I'm assuming the munchins can come too.

Alright, top of the line for you.

well behaved kids.........i have standards
I wouldn't go as far as say as their very well behaved. They are pretty good, but pretty high energy though. If I can wear them out on the slopes the edge should come off some of that energy.


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Jul 22, 2013, 7:38 AM
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Gmburns2000 wrote:
edge wrote:
edge wrote:
Spent the last two nights boondocking with no hook ups in a remote Forest Service campground 5 miles in a dirt road in the extreme NE corner of CA looking for some legendary obsidian mines. We found 3 mines, hauled out 100# of stone, got a flat tire and multiple cuts/puncture wounds (obsidian is sharp!!!), and ate all of our meager supplies and 5 gallons of water.

Found a guy 20 miles away this morning to open up his tire shop, fix the flat, replace a bad valve on the spare, and all for $25 and a 45 minute delay. Guess it pays to cross through towns with 2k population and 27 churches; he was full of Sunday love-thy-neighboredness.

Just stopped for the night in Burns, OR.

Burns, Burns, why is that name so familiar??? And then it hit me:

That's the name of Homer Simpson's boss.

Heh.

I've never heard that one before. Unimpressed

However, before the Simpsons, people did use to ask me how Gracie was.

Don't even start with Johnny Cash. Mad
For some reason I have and uncontrollable desire to sing the ring of fire.


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Jul 22, 2013, 7:44 AM
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Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
So the job fare at work today was kinda a bust. Rumor had it, lots of project managers, all over the territory. Didn't really turn out that way.

I've never believed the hype with job fairs. It's just a resume collection factory.
I kinda heard from a freind that there was some 40-50 project manager/contract monitor jobs open. So after teh career fair, I went ahead and sent my resume to my freind, on the chance that he might forward it to those who told him there were lots of jobs. He was not interested himself, looking to retire and move out of state. He forwards it to an old freind, who forwards it to the one guy at the job fare. that guy said he would have 1-2 contract manager jobs open in 60-90 daze.


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Jul 22, 2013, 7:46 AM
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donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
So the job fare at work today was kinda a bust. Rumor had it, lots of project managers, all over the territory. Didn't really turn out that way.

I've never believed the hype with job fairs. It's just a resume collection factory.
I kinda heard from a freind that there was some 40-50 project manager/contract monitor jobs open. So after teh career fair, I went ahead and sent my resume to my freind, on the chance that he might forward it to those who told him there were lots of jobs. He was not interested himself, looking to retire and move out of state. He forwards it to an old freind, who forwards it to the one guy at the job fare. that guy said he would have 1-2 contract manager jobs open in 60-90 daze.
*bangs head against desk*
We're all out of here in 30 daze.


Gmburns2000


Jul 22, 2013, 10:20 AM
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donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
edge wrote:
edge wrote:
Spent the last two nights boondocking with no hook ups in a remote Forest Service campground 5 miles in a dirt road in the extreme NE corner of CA looking for some legendary obsidian mines. We found 3 mines, hauled out 100# of stone, got a flat tire and multiple cuts/puncture wounds (obsidian is sharp!!!), and ate all of our meager supplies and 5 gallons of water.

Found a guy 20 miles away this morning to open up his tire shop, fix the flat, replace a bad valve on the spare, and all for $25 and a 45 minute delay. Guess it pays to cross through towns with 2k population and 27 churches; he was full of Sunday love-thy-neighboredness.

Just stopped for the night in Burns, OR.

Burns, Burns, why is that name so familiar??? And then it hit me:

That's the name of Homer Simpson's boss.

Heh.

I've never heard that one before. Unimpressed

However, before the Simpsons, people did use to ask me how Gracie was.

Don't even start with Johnny Cash. Mad
For some reason I have and uncontrollable desire to sing the ring of fire.

I'm pretty sure I said don't.


Gmburns2000


Jul 22, 2013, 10:21 AM
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donald949 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
donald949 wrote:
So the job fare at work today was kinda a bust. Rumor had it, lots of project managers, all over the territory. Didn't really turn out that way.

I've never believed the hype with job fairs. It's just a resume collection factory.
I kinda heard from a freind that there was some 40-50 project manager/contract monitor jobs open. So after teh career fair, I went ahead and sent my resume to my freind, on the chance that he might forward it to those who told him there were lots of jobs. He was not interested himself, looking to retire and move out of state. He forwards it to an old freind, who forwards it to the one guy at the job fare. that guy said he would have 1-2 contract manager jobs open in 60-90 daze.

Fantastic!

In reply to:
*bangs head against desk*
We're all out of here in 30 daze.

Oh, right. Unsure


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This is going bonkers on my FB page:




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I can dig it


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Went to the gym for the first time in months. I am quite sore.


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Epic rain fall and lingering injuries have kept me from getting outside since mid spring. Sad times


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I can dig it

You can help by spreading the word.

Oil Pastel on Glass
approx 12 x 15" (could do larger)
with shipping and frame for $400. Probably would do larger for the same price (16 x 20, thereabouts. I have to work with cm here).

would pay 20% via paypal to anyone who does a direct sale (direct sale = that person bought something as a direct result of you telling them to buy that thing. Direct sale doesn't = a friend of your direct sale buys something after seeing the purchase).

And if the price tag gets your head spinning, it's art and the materials and shipping aren't cheap.

That and art adds value to people's lives...without a doubt.

On portraits, head shots are easier for me to do. On landscapes, anything that's remotely close. Oil pastels are difficult to do details with.

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