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10/17/09 2:14 AM
 
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That's the place you take you packed lunches too isn't it?
 
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10/17/09 2:33 AM
 
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lovely pic Sube have something similar here in Norfolk - so peaceful and tranquil you never want the road to end - tis in the woods so often if we are that way we do stop and have a picnic
 
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10/17/09 7:12 AM
 
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I have walked many dirt roads in my life,, SuBe,, Where I was raised that was the only roads around,, I still remember an old man with a tractor pulling a log down the center of the road to level it after hard rain or the winter months,, It does bring...
 
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10/17/09 8:03 AM
 
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Yes Croc, that is the last place we took a packed lunch to, some time I will post some of the other places we frequent. MrsH, glad to hear you all do similar segways from the daily routine for a simple picnic in the woods or where you want the road to...
 
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10/17/09 9:24 AM
 
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Reference: Grandpa even let me drive it part of the time (don't tell anyone). I used to be allowed to drive the tractor...i even managed to keep it going in a straight line while my dad loaded the straw bales on the trailer on the back....and tractor...
 
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10/17/09 11:05 AM
 
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Nice to have a pic with happy memories, but again I notice a very tidy desktop, mine is such a mess.
 
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10/18/09 9:30 AM
 
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Well you got me thinking, SuBe, everyone knows that could be dangerous for me but this old road does take me back,, hope you enjoy it. . Just an old dirt road Take you places you wanted to go Sometimes into town Just to window shop and walk around Now...
 
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10/18/09 8:08 PM
 
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beautifully written, lou   I think many would trade it in for a simpler life like it use to be, even with all the chores we had to do back then compared to the new fangled methods to getting things done with less work nowadays.
 
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10/29/09 3:09 AM
 
Lovely picture, lovely place. Living in a city sadly I don't have a road like that on my doorstep, but do escape into the countryside every chance I get, especially this time of year
 
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3/15/10 2:43 AM
 
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This picture makes me want to walk along  it as it's soo lovely and peaceful
 
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10/16/09 7:55 PM
 
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This is my present desktop theme on the laptop.  This is a canopied gravel road we have traveled many times beginning so far back in our history together I couldn't even tell you the first time we drove down it.  Our kids grew up with...
 
9/9/09 7:50 AM
 
That sounds lovely and I envy you have such a beautiful place near to where you live. Do you mind me asking, is a sack lunch the same as a picnic?   And what is repelling?  I'm just nosy really!! Lovely pictures though.
 
9/9/09 8:08 AM
 
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well ... the sack lunch would have been more like a picnic if we had thought about it before hand and packed one from home, but it was a last minute plan (some times those are the best) and stopped at a country store and they made us up some great...
 
9/9/09 8:16 AM
 
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Is that like abseiling then? The falls look lovely....did you have a sneaky dip in them?
 
9/9/09 8:31 AM
 
Reference: well ... the sack lunch would have been more like a picnic if we had thought about it before hand and packed one from home, but it was a last minute plan (some times those are the best) and stopped at a country store and they made us up...
 
9/9/09 9:19 AM
 
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Glad you are getting out and enjoying yourself SuBe.. I like the Sacklunch name as wellI have never understood the term Picnic anyway.. Maybe this is the year of the horseflies on your calander Eh Brutish things!!  I have done some abseiling...
 
9/9/09 9:27 AM
 
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You are allowed to call it a 'nose bag' in England - King's English style.
 
9/9/09 9:35 AM
 
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Some how "nose Bag" does not convey the right message to me. Neigh to that off he trotts...
 
9/9/09 9:46 AM
 
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That's a beautiful spot for a picnic SuBe!  Sorry the horseflies dampened the fun.  I'm bug-phobic, so I would have been cowering underwater
 
9/9/09 10:43 AM
 
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That picture of the fly gave my goose-bumps!  Ick!
 
9/9/09 11:16 AM
 
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That sound like a great time even with the bugs,, I miss the hills and mountains of southeast Oklahoma,, we would take a link of summer sausage, hot cheese and crackers,, bottle of wine (not Leo’s best) stop and watch the trees turn colors.....
 
9/9/09 1:15 PM
 
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It's good to hear things like, 'I miss the hills and mountains of southeast Oklahoma.' I could imagine Springsteen singing that line in a folk session.
 
9/9/09 8:27 PM
 
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You can bet your life if I go on a picnic there will be 3 million gnats, or I end up sitting on an ants nest. The waterfall is beautiful.
 
9/12/09 6:21 PM
 
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it was really a beautiful lunch (picnic, sack, nose sack) and great to be in the hills as we live in town with houses all around us.  I'm kinda like Lou on that account, the wide open sounds real good ... that's why we like having the forest so...
 
9/9/09 7:37 AM
 
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This past Sunday we, sbevis and myself, traveled to our son's house to visit with our premie grandson for a few minutes and then travel on to Burden Falls for a sack lunch in the wilderness ... quite a beautiful day  but we were soon taken over...
 
 
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