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Harm, thanks! Luckily I'm not Dutch so I can afford to be a big guy only one time during a day.

Thanks, Fred. Glad you like the set.

Pfft, Neil! What're ya talkin' about? Next time I'll set a race between you and Roger. Whoever gets to the top first and shouts out "Look, no hands!" wins.
Seriously, though, I'm gonnna reach fifty next year and that gives me a bit of wistful melancholy. I used to be quite an athletic young man and sports gave me some of the greatest joy in my life. I regret the passing of my youth so I know exactly what you mean.

Thanks, Mestari. It was in the 60s and 70s F. That's about 18 to 25C for those who don't get Freedom Units. So it was actually pleasant. We also did it at a leisurely pace. Fun!

Mihai, if you do visit, I'd absolutely love to see your pics. I admire your eye for composition and processing so it would be a joy to see what you come up with.
The American southwest is a great spot for someone like you to visit. There are many good national parks, some of which are world famous and many smaller state parks and hidden gems that aren't that well known. You'd love it over there.

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Sashi
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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

What a beautiful place and well captured Sashi!
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