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C1erArt

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    Green and black Smith helmet and goggles, orange Volkl Demons, red Leki poles, ancient black atomic beta race boots, blue/black shell, black pants, green gaiter, red beats headphone cord, dodgy knees.
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    Saylorsburg, PA
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    Whitewater boating, mountain biking, fly fishing.

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  1. There should be a drain line from the collection pan underneath the unit going outside, usually discharging underground. There should also be a second line set a little bit higher in the pan from the first line that discharges where you can see it. If that second line starts dripping, then you know the first line is plugged.
  2. Like the straight lines thru the trees.
  3. Nine mile canyon in UT.
  4. Those too, but in case you were serious, varnish is that dark coating to the rocks formed by minerals, a lot of petroglyphs were created by scratching away the varnish to show the lighter rock. Hot boater ladies were referred to as women in rubber back in the days of wet suits. Now dry suits are much less interesting.
  5. Exhausting just looking at the photos. Lots of nice varnish though.
  6. Bernard and Sons did a good job for us, we have a 12/12 pitch roof.
  7. Those were amazing. You would sit and watch it and think how long it would take you with a t square and ink to do it.
  8. Overhead transparencies with stick on colored films, press on letters, and those 1/16 inch wide colored tapes that were flexible enough to go around bends for corporate management presentations. Exacto knives and Kohinoor pens. One of my projects from the early 90s was to digitize our library of engineering drawings into AutoCAD. Some of the old drawings from the early 1900s were genuine works of art.
  9. You can make data say anything you want. Liars, damned liars, and statistics. My experience, after 50 years of wearing masks and PPE in the industrial chemical industry, leads me to see the value in them. Although I do agree that cloth masks are worthless, and put electrostatic inserts in from the start of the pandemic TTFN.
  10. Your chart appears not to be a NYT study, but rather created by well known anti mandate author Ian Miller, who said he based it on NYT data. If he massaged the data to get the results he wanted is unknown.
  11. When my 1 year old granddaughter flew back to Sacramento after the Christmas holidays this year she got a case of Covid from the airport or plane. Fortunately, she was still nursing, and my daughter in law was fully vaccinated, which medical experts think will help, so it was a mild case. Also this Easter my sister in law and niece were supposed to come up from Philadelphia for dinner, but they both had Covid. Also vaccinated, so mild cases. And my niece in Maine came down with it last week in College. Although apparently the chances of getting long haul syndrome isn’t affected by vaccination. Cases in the area have doubled the past couple of weeks. Shame to spoil a good Colorado thread with this BS.
  12. Christian college lawyer unqualified to be a federal judge passes a nation wide mandate to favor big business and put people at risk. Typical prolifer disregard of people’s welfare. Think it will stand up on appeal?
  13. About 8 inches in town yesterday, more on the mountain, stopped about 4PM. Bluebird today, people started lining up at 8AM for a 9 o’clock opening. Parking lot pretty full when we left at 11, probably 3 or 4 times as many people as over the weekend. I stayed pretty much on the groomers, my son took his Head Kores into the good stuff under the lift and off the Wolverine bowl. Low of 20, high of 33, unlike last week’s low of 34, highs in the 60s
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