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I'll Call This One...Storms on the Horizon

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SHANEA

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I'll Call This One...Storms on the Horizon
« on: January 16, 2006, 08:28:46 AM »
I feel like an artist getting to name his works.  I'll call this one - Storms on the Horizon...(original eh?)   8)


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chisos_muse

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You Are An Artist....
« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2006, 09:59:07 AM »
Every time your eye sees something and you feel compelled to photograph it, you are an artist.......David is an artist for creating this site for us......hell, we all are artist's here in one way or another for appreciating the beauty of BB and capturing it for not just ourselves but to share with all of those who would appreciate. I still like the "appliance table display" from your gallery on the Kodak site!

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SHANEA

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Stormy At the Basin.
« Reply #2 on: January 16, 2006, 12:03:37 PM »
Take a deep breath, what do you smell?  The smell of a desert rain brewing.  The wind is picking up some.  Smell the desert air full of cactus, etc.  Smell the desert floor - the sand and gravel.  Smell the smell of rain on the horizon and the ozone from the thunder and lightning.  FEEL the breeze blowing through your jacket - oops, your hat just blew off in a gust.  Better retreat to the tent and button it up - hear the sound of the wind rattling the tent or camper.  Good time for a nap!


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SHANEA

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Appliance Table...
« Reply #3 on: January 16, 2006, 12:10:26 PM »
Ah yes, what would the early pioneers say to having a toaster oven, coffee pot, electric fry pan, etc.  Plus, a Honda 3000watt Generator to power it all.  When we MASHed over to BBNP we went dry camping just fine w/o the generator using standard Coleman stove - even though the Honda 3000 is "whisper quiet" we didn't crank it up.

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SHANEA

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But Where...
« Reply #4 on: January 16, 2006, 08:13:43 PM »
But where is the kitchen sink?


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chisos_muse

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Covered Wagon Days....
« Reply #5 on: January 16, 2006, 09:35:48 PM »
Yup.....just like the pinche pioneers!!!! Hey.....you know you could eliminate one of those and get the Cuisinart brewer that grinds the beans too!!!!( I have one, but of course!) This would lighten up the load by at least 12 oz!!!!!! :)

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I'll Call This One...Storms on the Horizon
« Reply #6 on: January 17, 2006, 02:10:07 PM »
i think i will moon the camera the next time i'm in the window basin...look for me at the tree on the left, next to the trail....right at about sunrise, oughta do it....

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SHANEA

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Cuisinart brewer
« Reply #7 on: January 17, 2006, 05:39:32 PM »
I like the brew station as it doesn't have any glass decanters to break - ah, the horror!  No coffee due to broken decanter!  How will we survive?  Actually, on this last adventure I was afraid I'd have no coffee in the mornings as we were not running the power plant and didn't have a "backup" coffee maker for the stove - the HORROR.  Fortunately my camping buddy, even though he doesn't drink coffee, had some folgers instant coffee-bags for me - he keeps them on hand to get the scout leaders rousted out of bed.  (And He says that I plan for all contingencies - yea, he saved my life with those coffee packets)

 


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