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26-OCT-2006 Dave Beedon

Soon after leaving the trailhead, one crosses a railroad track

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Guest 30-May-2007 03:08
Railroad track, red rock, and blue sky! Does it get any better?
Yiannis Pavlis29-May-2007 11:45
Excellent. very beautiful colors. great scene. well taken.
Dave Beedon28-May-2007 20:37
Steve: the admonition on the FAQ page is regrettable but necessary. Recently I channeled a message from Ramtha that advised me to take steps to protect my fragile ego. If you doubt my relationship with Ramtha, please observe this: .

Jason: PBase does not permit surfers or subscribers to skulk: it raises more questions than it answers. A suitable alternative it to "shuffle hesitatingly."
Guest 25-May-2007 16:31
One + nun = no one. No chicken, no duck, nobody, which makes sense given the desolation of the scene. I went to the FAQless site that no one linked, and decided not to go further due to the "Do not ask embarrassing questions!!" warning.
Jason Anderson25-May-2007 00:48
It's nice that they mark the easy trail like this. You'd have trouble finding a river out here. By the way, come clean, Dave -- is it "one" or "nun"?

I'm skulking off to the FAQ right now.
Dave Beedon22-May-2007 17:15
The "one" that the nuns told me about in English class in the seventh grade. Thank you for your inquiry. If you have any other questions about my photo titles, you might find it advantageous to first consult the FAQ page at
Guest 22-May-2007 16:57
One what, Dave? Nice shot.
Dave Beedon22-May-2007 00:27
Do you mean like those shiny, tilted things in playgrounds that have a ladder at one end?
1moremile22-May-2007 00:17
the color is great in this. Almost like a slide.
Dave Beedon21-May-2007 21:04
The cookie must have been spiked.
Guest 21-May-2007 21:03
the title sounds like something i read on a fortune cookie recently....
Dave Beedon21-May-2007 17:08
Only in my dreams: the truck carrying the special rail-hugging tires broke down somewhere in Michigan (the entire drive train froze and could not be thawed). I might have to "re-visit" the logistical aspect of my tire-support program.
Lee G21-May-2007 14:34
Another beautiful landscape. Nice composition.
Speed Wagon ride the rails?
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