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DrSarcasmo
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Post by DrSarcasmo » Sun Aug 24, 2008 3:32 pm

Heya Cecile! Please forgive my one sided greetings to the board. I think I'll just change it to Heya Gang, or somesuch, that way I don't inadvertantly offend half the population of the planet... :P
I'm glad ya had a blast on the Bodie run. Maybe next year we can join ya. Always wanted to see Bodie...

Bill, thanks for the welcome!

That was a damn fine idea, Charlie. Just added it to the sig... :lol:

Dave, it does indeed sound like a Jimmy Buffet lyric... :lol:

I gotta tell you folks, I really enjoy the camaraderie I see on this board. When I talk to most people I deal with on a regular basis, they think I'm outta my gourd traveling the desert outback. Which is a good thing as that means there's less folks going out and trashing the trails, but at the same time a bad thing as they don't have a place to go where they can enjoy the peace that comes with being where you want and NEED to be...

But it's really something special when there is a place you can go where everyone understands EXACTLY how you feel when you are out in the desert. The beauty, solitude and awe I experience there are unparalleled in my life. Sharing these experiences only makes them stronger in our collective memories.

Charlie, I heartily thank you for creating and maintaining this board and to the rest of the community, I humbly thank you for welcoming me in with open arms... :P

It's good to be home,

Dickie
Because in a sink or swim situation, steel juevos will just drag yer ass to the bottom of the ocean everytime...

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Post by desert4wd » Sun Aug 24, 2008 6:27 pm

DrSarcasmo wrote:I gotta tell you folks, I really enjoy the camaraderie I see on this board. When I talk to most people I deal with on a regular basis, they think I'm outta my gourd traveling the desert outback.
Well said and X2! :beerchug:
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Post by DrSarcasmo » Thu Aug 28, 2008 2:34 am

Heya Doug!

Wonderful photography on your web page. Just stunning. The paintbrush shot is a hell of a study on light and dark. Your photographic eye is impeccable!

Here's a toast back at you for your inspiring work:

:beerchug:

Dickie
Because in a sink or swim situation, steel juevos will just drag yer ass to the bottom of the ocean everytime...

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Post by Cecile » Thu Aug 28, 2008 7:46 am

The Bodie trip was fantastic and we'll do it again next year...same time, same place...so plan on joining us! Doug, by the way, is the best pole photographer I know :wink:
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Post by desert4wd » Thu Aug 28, 2008 10:47 am

Hey, wait a minute. I'm 'sposed to be rolling out the red carpet, not stepping on it- lol! Thanks a ton. Cecile, odds are very good that I'm the only one you know that does that, but I'll take i!t- hahahaha :shock:
- Doug
(aka enthusiast, not pro)
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B-Spec wrote:I don't do trails to prove anything.. I do them because I enjoy it. I could care less about proving anything to anyone..

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