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PostPosted: Wed Mar 05, 2014 6:38 pm 
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Man, who cares about corny. Live out loud! :mrgreen:

(Why should the pagans have all the fun...)

Terry, I aim to meet your new better half on a mountain somewhere in Paiute territory... since I gots stuff to do, let's say July???

I mean to say, my family and I want to meet yours in the summer if that is ok...


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 05, 2014 8:40 pm 
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Texas Jon wrote:
Man, who cares about corny. Live out loud! :mrgreen:

(Why should the pagans have all the fun...)

Terry, I aim to meet your new better half on a mountain somewhere in Paiute territory... since I gots stuff to do, let's say July???

I mean to say, my family and I want to meet yours in the summer if that is ok...


Perfect. That's when we party--the 4th at Gails, The 6th our anniversary, the 7th Lenores b-day!

We should have them Paiutes whipped back over the Sierra's by Spring, so your trip will be safe.

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hehe, the 8th is Heather's B-day... crazy!

I was reading the other day about the Paiute legends of colossal redheaded giants that would creep out of them Sierras and eat them!


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Texas Jon wrote:
hehe, the 8th is Heather's B-day... crazy!

I was reading the other day about the Paiute legends of colossal redheaded giants that would creep out of them Sierras and eat them!


Even bigger party now! That's awesome!

Side road trip? This is where the Paiutes trapped and killed some of them wild-thangs. They used to have the bones in the museum in Winnemucca...not any more...poof..."gone".

http://www.visitusa.com/nevada/caves/lovelock-cave.htm

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Yeah, the secular-humanist-evolutionists have them either hidden away in some warehouse somewhere, or they dumped them into the Pacific Ocean...

How far down have you ever spelunkered into that one cave you showed me a time ago? Maybe some of those fallen folks migrated further into the earth?


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2014 7:57 am 
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Texas Jon wrote:
How far down have you ever spelunkered into that one cave you showed me a time ago? Maybe some of those fallen folks migrated further into the earth?


That cave use to be owned by Art Linkletter; he had a big ranch there, his old cabin is abandoned now. His son DID do exploration in that cave, dove down and way back in until he thought he'd better not go any further. The Paiutes legend for that cave was that it was an entrance to the underworld, and had ceremonies on the site.

White folks built a stage for a band on the wall of the cave and a dance floor at the bottom. Use to have a hotel and horse exchange spot (stage) there also, being the first route to Yosemite. We don't care about no stinkin' legends. We wanna party.

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Hahaha! :) Well... I'd bring my guitfiddle and strum a tune or two, but if the wives are not adamantly against it, I'd like to find me some nephilim cathedral down there. Heather and I did the Carlsbad caves a few years back, got five miles and 45 degrees in the thick of it--it was around 115 in July above that day as I recall...

I wouldn't mind having a Paiute with me iffen we can find a friend.

But the real fun lies in your Mount Shasta though. I hear all kinds of tales about that point...

We got this spot I accidentally and then purposefully fell into in our hillcountry called Garner State Park--I may have told you about--I told my kiddos a slimdown version of that tale; now, one of my boys and his dad are going on a camping trip over spring break to go investigating... ;)


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Texas Jon wrote:
Terry, I aim to meet your new better half on a mountain somewhere in Paiute territory... since I gots stuff to do, let's say July???


Got the Paiutes whipped back; Tioga Pass is all clear--Sonora Pass open too!

Hungry for some BBQ? Game hens really catch the smoke! :drinks:

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Wow! I missed the updates on this thread.

I am sending you a belated congratulations. The pictures are awesome.

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