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Tracy Martin
Posted 8/25/2008 11:16 AM (#9728)
Subject: Northern California



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My friend standing under the immensity of a Redwood Tree.



Surf crashing on rocks on the northern California Coast.



Friends at the vast shoreline. Taken from inside a coastal cave!



Very protective Bull Elk!



Redwood Faerie
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/25/2008 1:49 PM (#9730 - in reply to #9728)
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Intriguing and wonderful thanks Tracy .. what comes up with the evocative statements are little question marks in boxes - are there pictures hidden there ? (the same happens with Rose's picture by the way .. maybe my PC ) ... ?
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Tracy Martin
Posted 8/25/2008 2:15 PM (#9731 - in reply to #9728)
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Photos are supposed to show up. They show up for me. I will have to ask someone at the end of the week why you are not able to see them. I will email some photos to you Paul.
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Supernatural3
Posted 8/25/2008 3:47 PM (#9732 - in reply to #9728)
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I didn't see anything either. Thye photos are there, just not opening. May be a forum glitch.  I have a brand new pc, 6 gig memory and dual quad processor. However, I use firefox... let me try opening this in Internet Explorer, I will give my results ASAP.

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Rose
Posted 8/25/2008 3:50 PM (#9733 - in reply to #9730)
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I didn't know you were getting those boxes Paul. And I'm getting the same with Tracy's pictures....I wonder if there's a way to fix that.
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Supernatural3
Posted 8/25/2008 3:56 PM (#9734 - in reply to #9728)
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Ok, with internet explorer, I saw a red X where Rose's picture is supposed to be, as well as where Tracey's pictures go.

With Firefox, Rose's picture doesn't come up at all, no x or anything, but the graphics Tracey posted are little pinkish boxes instead. No red X.  

HTML must be off somehow with the forum. That is all I can guess.

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Kiddo Green
Posted 8/26/2008 1:31 AM (#9744 - in reply to #9728)
Subject: RE: Northern California


no pics either. Bummer. I like visuals.


Thanks for the effort trace.

cara
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Tracy Martin
Posted 8/26/2008 9:03 PM (#9752 - in reply to #9728)
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Try this: http://picasaweb.google.com/lunatracy/PatrickPointStateParkWeddingRock
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Posted 8/26/2008 11:30 PM (#9755 - in reply to #9728)
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very beautiful. i will take some pics of west texas where i live. you will see why i am so taken away with beautiful scenery.
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/27/2008 9:18 AM (#9763 - in reply to #9752)
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Wow Tracy what pics !!!

I look forward to yours Searching x
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Supernatural3
Posted 8/28/2008 7:19 PM (#9792 - in reply to #9728)
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yes, very beautiful.... i want to go down into that opening. I love caves... always have.

I also love the water, ocean breeze.... being on the water is very soothing to me. Throw me a ski and rope and let me play.  ...... I miss my boat.

I want to live in a place like that some day. It will happen..... it will!


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mruppert
Posted 8/29/2008 12:25 AM (#9800 - in reply to #9728)
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Hey everybody westcoastian......there is a NoCal and a SoCal.....

Is there a MoCal?

What if I were in Watson, or worse yet, in Berserkly.....am I in MoCal??????

Marty and East Coast Kats, the Luck, the Popp, & the Siss

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Tracy Martin
Posted 8/29/2008 1:46 AM (#9803 - in reply to #9728)
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It is odd Marty that the Kali 4 onions say NoCal and SoCal. Immediately south of San Francisco it is SoCal. No Middle Earth here, too many earthquakes. 
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Nefertiti
Posted 8/29/2008 10:32 AM (#9815 - in reply to #9728)
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Tracy. MoCal sounds like dangerous area. However i envy the rest of the beautiful state.

Too funny Marty, you are a HQQT.

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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/29/2008 11:33 AM (#9817 - in reply to #9815)
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NoCal ? SoCal? HQQT? MoCal? Lo-cal ? Sweet 'n' low ? Swing low sweet chariot ?!

Is Kali 4 Onions the size of a mustard seed that can get into Heaven through the eye of the needle ?!

Is zis what we zay in ze UK, 'restricted code' ie, can only be understood by those 'in the know' ? !

In these parts, 'to know one's onions' is to know one's subject ... ?!

Must be a joke or two here I am not getting ...

I just keep pining for the redwoods (!)

Hello Nefertiti !!




Edited by Paul Joseph 8/29/2008 11:36 AM
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Teri
Posted 8/29/2008 1:33 PM (#9819 - in reply to #9728)
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I'm not so sure about the MoCal title. LOL I live in the Sacramento area. Perhaps we in this area should be known as the Valley People. Yay for VP!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/29/2008 1:50 PM (#9820 - in reply to #9819)
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Hello and welcome to the Etheric Surfboard Teri .... VP = Valley People, I can follow that one ! Thanks ... ha ha

Maybe we in the UK are then IP - Island People ... or better, IF - Island Folk

Yours from the lands of If ...

pj
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Nefertiti
Posted 8/29/2008 2:39 PM (#9821 - in reply to #9817)
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NoCal ? (Northern California) SoCal? (Southern California) HQQT? (me beeing goofy saying Marty is a hoot, with eyes - meaning he sounds fun) MoCal? (Marty's nick name for Middle California, I think.) Lo-cal ? (Who knows... a local Californian or just as you say-> Sweet 'n' low ?

Sounds like just playing around with words is all! Fun it is.

Hello Back at ya PJ-

Also, Hello Teri (waves to everyone else too)

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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/29/2008 3:19 PM (#9825 - in reply to #9821)
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Well now then, dearest Nefertiti ... but I think you have logged off .. ah well, next time then ... but back to your post points... thank you for clarifying and as for, 'back at ya', hope you like my showing my appreciations for this fun & Teri's response SO much, that I have changed my location (from the void to the realms of If!!)

Joyous appreciations,

Nefertiti, Teri - and DocJ, who I see is still online !! xx

Ahhh .. checked again and i am the only one here. Ho hum ... night night and sweet dreams then All and Everyone. xxx

DOH !! Checked again before logging off and see Jeremiah is here ... sorry J, I am pooped and need to sort out my dinner ... it is 20.30 / 8.30 pm here ... and need to log off ... hope you are enjoying the Board and you deliberations are resolving themselves, not 'into a dew' (a reference to a line from Hamlet - 'oh that this too too solid flesh would melt, thaw, resolve itself into a dew')

Blessings friends

Edited by Paul Joseph 8/29/2008 3:24 PM
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Tracy Martin
Posted 9/1/2008 2:07 PM (#9886 - in reply to #9728)
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Arcata's Farmer's Market happens every Saturday. It is like a mini-festival with free Tai Chi classes, jugglers, music, children's Tree, and an incredibly beautiful display of the bounty of local produce. http://picasaweb.google.com/lunatracy/ArcataCAFarmerSMarket
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Paul Joseph
Posted 9/1/2008 2:22 PM (#9887 - in reply to #9886)
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Dear Tracy

Farmer's market sounds good ...

.... do you like my If ?

.............my old dad, but then a young dad, used to take me every September to the Nottingham (as in the sheriff of, Sherwood Forest of) Goose Fair, where in those olden times of my youth I recall seeing fire eaters, belly-dancers, and all manner of strange, weird and wonderful sights from the Orient and yet also, close to home xx
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Tracy Martin
Posted 9/1/2008 2:26 PM (#9890 - in reply to #9728)
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I like Island Folk and all the possibilities expressed in IF. How wondrous that you saw such things! I once lived next door to fire jugglers. 
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Paul Joseph
Posted 9/1/2008 2:30 PM (#9892 - in reply to #9890)
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Thanks Tracy.

Blessings to you

My dad was a 'mute inglorious Milton'.

I owe him much
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