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Tincup
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He went on a vacation a while back- dangerous stuff for some people- and I haven't heard back from him yet. Not typical for him. Getting concerned.

Anyone heard from him?

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Wow .. I didn't realize he had been gone for so long... Since Aug 9.

How long was he supposed to be gone?

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Tincup
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Don't remember TuTu. But, I don't think it was suppose to be this long and he isn't responding to email.

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Tincup
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Maddog... where are you?

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[Frown] [confused]

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Is their a way to google ALL the pounds in the USA,,,,

for our missing Maddog??

Maybe he forgot his rabies shots???

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Hmmmmm......is he OK?

[Frown]

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Still nothing! Where is he?

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Just heard he was vacationing in the mountains and is due home soon,,,

so maybe in next few days as he gets his jet lag back in control

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woot woot!

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vacationing in the mountains ?!?

What's the address? When's the next train? Who's bringing the gluten free organic hot dogs?

We'll need to have a sing around the campfire. I could sure use some Kumbaya time.
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I agree, Keebler!! Who is bringing the guitar for campfire sing-a-longs?

And another volunteer for gluten and dairy free graham crackers, chocolate and marshmallows for s'mores??!!

Thanks for making me smile, Keebler. [Smile]

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I am back!!!

What a load of stories i have made!!!

New expirences I have had!!!

Drove out in my old Dodge diesel 4x4.

Camped back dirt and gravel forest roads!!In Colorado and Wyoming!! usually around 8 to 9 thousand feet.

My camp sight in Wyoming was BURNING!!!!!!!

Had to go 5 miles back on the other side of the mountains.

The Tetons were burning!!!!!! Between them and Yellowstone!!!!!!!

I drove the complete Medano Pass Road!!!
In one day. It is much worse than these pictures. eek never again!

Had the Cummins to the floor to get out of a sand pit,then the transmission over heat light came on. I did not hurt it!!

I do not think they did the whole trip it was so bad near the end.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPjmhqSTrso


I hope this works.

MADDOG

Sat in hot springs in two states!!

[ 09-08-2016, 10:58 PM: Message edited by: MADDOG ]

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Fires .. just what you needed, MADDOG!

[Eek!]

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WELL! It is good you are back.

I didn't miss you and I wasn't worried at all.

[Razz]

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wow...jealous...

we drove medano pass in our gmc dullie with cummins diesel. had to use the 4 wheel alot as that truck is wide. we actually scrapped through a couple of times. man its pretty.

glad you're ok.

[ 09-09-2016, 05:21 PM: Message edited by: randibear ]

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randibear
I could have used more tire in the sand pits!!

Lymetoo no doubt the smoke follows me.

Tc I do not even buy that line of horse apples. I saw loads of that crap out there in Wyoming.
HE HE HE HE !!!!!

MADDOG

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.......yeah....I wasn't worried either.......

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Loved the beauty and isolation of the drive. Around 17 minutes into the clip that water looked way too deep. What was worse, the rocks and sand or the water? You say when you drove it that it was worse? Can you imagine driving that in bad weather? Sheesh!

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The sand pit was almost impossible,i did not want to go back so i drove all the way out.

The way out was very scary ,i wanted to camp up there at 10800 feet ,however I was so dizzy I drove on to get DOWN. Had I not done that i would not have got out it stormed and rained that night.

The mud on the other side would have been quick sand for my heavy truck.

I long for my old Suzuki Samuari it would have been at home there!!! No problems at all.

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Glad you missed that weather MD!

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