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Where is the Water...
































As some of you may know, I was going to raft the Grand Canyon this year, 18 days of whitewater and fun. As the rest of you know, this did not happen. So I sit here at 36, 000 feet dreaming of fun in the sun and the water that was not to be.

I had a much better title to this post, but due to everyone getting the wrong ideal...I changed it. I was afraid of the google search.

















Mt. Hood is such a wimpy mountain, but I must admit that it looked very good today flying into Portland from Phoenix, AZ. Phoenix was 80 degrees and sunny with just a slight haze. Portland is cold, raining, and there is snow in the foothills. I think I'm turning into a sun bunny.

Comments

Anonymous said…
The Grand Canyon reminds me of first grade (if you can figure that one out, you are good, very good!)

DG
Rogue Squirrel said…
It isn't the 'ol mind is a deep empty canyon waiting to be filled up is it?

Hey, I'm kinda poetic, quick someone get me a beer and dumb me down...
Woodchuck said…
Do you really need a beer for that?
Rogue Squirrel said…
It helps, don't hate me because I'm more furry than thee...
Woodchuck said…
Well DG, you did spend half of first grade in Phoenix, AZ. Did something happen at the canyon?
WickedHamster said…
He got lost in it and ended up being raised by wolves.

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