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Instead, we found the Ghost Town Cafe, ... talking to some of the river runners and listening to one of the locals regale his audience with stories of local landowner politics (Uh Clem, if it was you, we apologize for not introducing ourselves, but you -- if this was you -- were on too much of a roll to interrupt).
Quote from: Vince TIs that my porch amigo Clem?Hope it is...good to see you on the board.Probably not. What I thought was a unique screen name is apparently quite common. There seem to be a lot of uh_clems out there, particularly associated with Big Bend. I guess I need to look into changing my screen name.
Is that my porch amigo Clem?Hope it is...good to see you on the board.
I thought we'd already established that Uh_Clem isn't the "Uh, Clem" that resides in Terlingua.
Jeff, invaluable as always. How long did you hike?
It's great to get "the rest of the story". Thanks for bringing us the next chapter. The one good thing about quicksand in the desert is it is usually not very deep as you discovered and so you won't disappear like in the old movies, you just have to be calm and extricate yourself.
Good reporting, Jeff. You are a good man...and thorough. I can't believe this trip already feels like a distant memory. I will definitely be back to both the the Quemada and the Shut-in. It would be nice to hang out by those emerald pools for a few days and relax and swim in the middle of the desert. Too bad the pools are full of leaches and mosquitos.
We came back a month ago, but it does seem a long way away. I enjoy our adventures -- seems more are in order. Some quality time on the Mesa, say, early November?
Welp, that about does her, wraps her all up.
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