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Old 06-01-2006, 03:01 PM   #21
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I was in SV in Feb visiting some friends we met in Germany...

Small Globe! My mom and stepdad were in Stuttgart for 4 years (89-93, his last overseas tour) and ended up down at the Fort when they came back....

I did leave Bavaria off my list above and shouldn't have. I took a little hike from the bridge and climbed quite the little path up a mountain and got a great pic of Schloss Nueschwanstein from above... The ein grossen bier was a huge necessity when I got back to the bottom.


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Old 06-01-2006, 04:19 PM   #22
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I was in SV in Feb visiting some friends we met in Germany...

We are on fire right now. We didnt get any snow all winter so the mountains are really dry. Kind of sad, but its a natural process.
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Old 06-01-2006, 04:20 PM   #23
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someone mentioned sedona. in my opinion one of the most gorgeous plces ever, but can you believe they built a f*$in town in the middle of that country? humans....

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Old 06-01-2006, 04:23 PM   #24
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Oh yea. I absolutely love Sedona. Its some of the best views of the desert you will ever find. And Cave Creek Brewery is there....one of my favorites

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Old 06-01-2006, 04:29 PM   #25
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Small Globe! My mom and stepdad were in Stuttgart for 4 years (89-93, his last overseas tour) and ended up down at the Fort when they came back....

I did leave Bavaria off my list above and shouldn't have. I took a little hike from the bridge and climbed quite the little path up a mountain and got a great pic of Schloss Nueschwanstein from above... The ein grossen bier was a huge necessity when I got back to the bottom. Ize
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We are on fire right now. We didnt get any snow all winter so the mountains are really dry. Kind of sad, but its a natural process.
Yeah I heard that. Hope you guys are holding out ok.





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Old 06-01-2006, 04:37 PM   #27
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Yeah I heard that. Hope you guys are holding out ok.

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Its kind of rough on the sinuses right now. Nothing big. There are 10 hot shot crews here now, and the air tankers are making runs all day.
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Oh yea. I absolutely love Sedona. Its some of the best views of the desert you will ever find. And Cave Creek Brewery is there....one of my favorites
I was impressed with the hefe from oak creek brewing, although not so much the rest of the beers. didn't make it to cave creek last visit, actually didn't know it was there, i'll have to go next time, i've tried thier beers at fests before.
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The Napali Coast on the NW side of Kaui. The Black Forrest is pretty nice too....

The worst/most awe inspiring in a bland intimidating way was flying over McMurdo in Antarctica.. The awe part is that there is nothing but pure flat white(with a rare rock popping up) as far as you can see from 25,000 feet.

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TxBrew: I agree with you about Mexico. A year ago we took a family vacation and stayed at Playa de Carmen. The white sandy beaches and blue, blue ocean were absolutely beautiful.
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