Monday, December 26, 2011

White Stuff

A few pictures compliments of Robert Dawson of the snow dusted mountain tops around here yesterday. Unfortunately they don't show the white caps that could be seen in real life.



And below picture compliments of John Wells (Santa) from the last thread.
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11 comments:

  1. Damn it man, I think you should move somewhere warmer like southern Indiana.

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  2. Bkid, I think Australia might be a better choice. Its summer or close to it down there.

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  3. Cold or not I wish I was in Terlingua. Beautiful pictures.

    Oh my, a packing Santa Claus...guess he does not want to deal with complaints from little girls and little boys? Well this big girl is not too happy with him right about now...

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  4. I don't think its the kids he doesn't want any complaints out of.

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  5. The true "Bad Santa"....or bad-ass santa?

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  6. Since Santa has to go all over the world, he figured he would moonlight as an armed, though not-so inconspicuous, Predator drone to do his part in hunting terrorists.

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  7. Man... The CIA is really getting hard up!

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  8. Great pictures! Keep posting them and I'll keep using them as background for my monitor.

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  9. Tffnguy

    Nothin like the cold, dry, chiwawaian desert. (I can't spell it) I got a chiwawa dog and I still can't spell it.

    I spent 21 years in El Paso and west Texas and I know the winters all to well. I miss tumble weeds! I miss dodging them on the roads, getting them stuck under the bumper and driving with it until I can get out and clear it from the front end. Gotta pull tumble weeds from the rear or get the barbs.

    (reminds me of an ex-girlfriend)

    I miss the sandstorms. I don't care if you live in a sealed, nuke proof underground bunker with airlocks. Sand is gonna get in.

    Down here in South Texas, it gets cold, wet and rainy. Nothing ever really dries. Fighting mold in a house is a constant battle. It can be 40 degrees outside and after I take a shower in the morning, I run the A/C for about 20 mins or so to dry the air and the bathroom out. In West Texas just open the bathroom window and wait five minutes.

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  10. Tffnguy, I have read your blog from beginning to end. I'm a young man weeks away from purchasing some lang on the Terlingua Ranch. I had a couple questions for you if you would give me the time to pick your brain a little. I would really appreciate it. Please email me at versatile.gg@gmail.com. Thanks!

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