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I'm headed out to the desert at 7:30am.
 
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ck80

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I'm headed out to the desert at 7:30am.
Bring your camera/phone/??? device. Whatever you use.

Please.

I bet that time of day it's beautiful with some awesome shadows going on.

If you don't though we will have no other choice. Skip trace and other methods will be used as needed to find Tynan, then wait and then uncover his jalopy. These will be deposited, sans money or "other assets" in your driveway.

Think carrot or real big stick.
 
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DRIVEN

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14 wild horses, 9 deer, Elk and big cat tracks, 1 frog, and no breakdowns or injuries.




















 
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D@mn that's beautiful country! I personally could use more trees and forest, but beautiful non the less!
 
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Well, it is high desert country. It's still a little early for the Aspens to fill out. We started out around 2500' and went up to about 6700'. Above that theres still quite a bit of snow on the trails. There are trees up there but more of a desert alpine setting. There's also a series of seasonal ponds fed by springs and snow runoff and they keep certain areas pretty green. Otherwise, it's pretty dry and rocky up there. This is an area that had a lot of mining 100 years ago. Now it's mostly cattle grazing.
 
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Texas82GP

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14 wild horses, 9 deer, Elk and big cat tracks, 1 frog, and no breakdowns or injuries.




















Damn. Beautiful. I sat in the office all day today. The grass is definately greener from over here.
 
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Being pretired and underemployed has a couple benefits.
 
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Texas82GP

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Being pretired and underemployed has a couple benefits.
I'm "only" 47 but you can pretty much stick a fork in me.
 
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Yeah, me too. People always seem pretty surprised when they find out my age. I get a lot of, "Really? That's it?"






That's what she said.
 
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