Mountains...Rivers....And Waterfalls

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Mountains...Rivers....And Waterfalls

Post by Primal Instincts » Mon Mar 08, 2010 11:19 am

Spent the weekend up in the Cascades...thot I would share a lil of what I seen.... 8)

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Post by Primal Instincts » Mon Mar 08, 2010 11:20 am

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Post by sandbar » Mon Mar 08, 2010 6:59 pm

Thank you Primal for the pics, I am very envious, we dont have anything like that in Australia, New Zealand came the closest when we visited there................
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Post by Primal Instincts » Tue Mar 09, 2010 7:55 am

My pleasure Sandy....I would love to wander thru Australia.....especially the Outback... 8)
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Post by Cadienne » Sat Mar 13, 2010 10:22 pm

Very Beautiful!
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Post by HEXA » Wed Mar 17, 2010 6:52 pm

Looks like Home, Beautiful!
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Post by Primal Instincts » Thu Mar 18, 2010 9:51 am

Ate at some great BBQ places and of course grilled our own steaks.....only takes about an hour to get to those spots from my home.....and a lot of other places just as beautiful about 30 mins away......and views from my porch as well......if only most of the people here would just move to say.....Colorado.....it will be a lot nicer......rofl....will throw a few more pics in here later... 8)
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Post by HEXA » Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:05 am

Nooooo! Dont send em here, there's to many Texans migrating here as it is.
What? They didnt have a gift shop? Where's the souvenirs??

Beautiful, sunny 65 degrees here today and a huge snow storm coming tonite. Im getting 10 inches. yippee!
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Post by Primal Instincts » Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:20 am

Drove right past em.....I did pick myself up a real nice 8 piece set of cast iron cookware in a nice wooden box complete with zippered carrying cases etc.....which included a trivet for the dutch oven and a lid lifter.....almost took 2 to carry it.....$59.00 at Camping World......picked up 2 and gave my bro the other one.....next time I go up that way I will get ya a coffee cup with the North Cascades on it.....

Met a couple from Amarillo in Rockport that bought an old caboose and turned it into a bbq place.....nice people...great food......all smoked meats with Texas style sauce....
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Post by Primal Instincts » Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:31 am

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Post by HEXA » Thu Mar 18, 2010 10:51 am

Cant get barbq here like i could in Texas. I miss that and the dance halls. There isnt a single place here with a decent dance floor and actual country music to twostep to. I bet it was good if they were from texas :)

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Post by Primal Instincts » Thu Mar 18, 2010 11:04 am

I am definitely a pic fanatic.....over 12,000 on my puter alone.....while they were preparing our brisket I snuck a peek at the seasonings they were using lmaoo.....and wrote it down......addin it to my collection.....bought some Chimayo Red chili powder from New Mexico....its real rare and has a Certified Chimayo Red Chili Growers stamp on it.....comes from a 4000 year old plant and they are keeping it going....$20.00 for 4 oz but it is the BEST.....goin back to New Mexico soon and stockin up on it.....only grown in Chimayo.........want to go back to Amarillo too.....Texas kinda grows on ya.....and I found that bread you wanted me to get.....here in Wa State rofl....good stuff.... 8)
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Post by HEXA » Thu Mar 18, 2010 11:21 am

I have to admit, ive been battling demons about moving back. I miss a lot about Texas. Mostly my momma,
Southern Hospitality, Family, Dancing, The Food, The Music, Country roads and southern sunsets. Driving the tractor or a horse to the little general store. I miss not having atleast an acre between me and my neighbor. I miss the farms and the smell of winter rye (hay). I miss the cowboys!
I miss wearing my western wear, even if i had to wear a hat and boots with shorts cause it was 110 degrees.. I miss having friends and dinner parties at my house. i miss shredding my land in the summer and burning it all in the fall. I havent a single friend here, its kinda depressing lol. I miss my sister.
I miss being called ma'am by total strangers. I miss my kids having a southern drawl, and being polite and hospitable.

I think i would miss these mountains, 4 seasons, and the wildlife more if i moved back.

Im torn.

Now look what youve gone and done :cry:

That bread is the best, im glad you found some. If you ever get back to Texas again, look for a small bbq chain called Uncle Dans, and try their bbq sauce on smoked brisket & sausage. it was always my favorite.

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Post by Primal Instincts » Thu Mar 18, 2010 2:04 pm

I bet you do miss it.....hell I miss it and I have only been there once...where is that bbq place at in Texas.....I prolly wont be leaving the panhandle......kinda stuck on Amarillo lol.....didnt care much for Dallas at all......would need at least two weeks to drive and visit all the places there I want to see......friendliest people I have ever met......wish I could send ya a couple loaves of this Bimbo bread.......bet I could!.....here a few more pics of my weekend......good seein ya btw....hope all is well... 8)

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