Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by tweakmonkey, May 19, 2009.
Nice lookin girl...
This is the best I got at the moment. Taken on Sunday
yea that girl is beyond gorgeous.
dustin looks sad. like he just lost a race or mucked up a trial time.
I was just exhausted that day, running on fumes
ha thanks guys..i wish i had her haha but if i post another relationship related thing on this forum dan said hell drop the ban hammer haha... yeah dustin you look dead.. where do you track anyways?
Thanks, one of those deals, got him for the kids, mine now. He's not a purebred, wiemeraner / pit, real good temperment.
Me and My girlfriend (Red sox fan) at the 3rd game ever at Yankee Stadium.
wow i didn't know we so many old timers around here
My mistress and I
She is HAWT Mattdev...
mattdev, who is the hot biddy?
Looks like a 65 year old cross dresser to me.
It's not loading now but I swear there was a hot girl there! aranoid:
My girl Amy and me.
Oh, I didn't realize this was a "Post you and your significant other" thread.
The pink hair was just for fun. It's back to a reddish-brown now.
What are you smoking MSP?
congrats - no myspace angle!
From a 2 day hike last weekend. At one point we lost the trail, and so decided to skirt a lake to get back to where we knew. That's what your seeing here. The big, round, algae covered rocks made it slippery.
Crowgirl, with those eyes, you could get away with bald! Believe me, you need no angles.
Matdev? pickle surprise?
Whoa Smirnoff....my kinda place! Wha? 3500-4000 ft. elevation?
Naw, only 200 or 300 meters. It's a fantastic hiking trail though, that runs along the Manitoba and Ontario boarders. It's called the Mantario trail in fact I think it's 66 kms from one end to the other. We only had two days off so we made it 20 km, stayed the night, and then hiked back.
This was our route (in red). We didn't know what the terrain would be like but the Marion Lake camp site was our target.
We found out that the terrain included everything from swamps to rocky plataues. Even with a good pair of hiking boots the bogs proved treacherous. If you didn't watch where you were putting your foot down you might find yourself up to your knee in muck.
Usually there were arrows to point us in the right direction when the trail got hard to detect.
Look, more swamp and rocky plateau. This time in the same picture!
Here's the only friend I have foolhardy enough to try this hike with me.
The hat I wear leaves a line on my head making for great pictures of me.
After three or four hours of hiking there's nothing like an ass shaped growth on a tree to send you into fits of laughter.
Hiking here had a hall of mirrors quality to it.
Yay. After about 7 hours we made it to Marion Lake as planned. The lake was freezing, and an ugly colour, but still a pretty enough spot.
The one picnic table and fire pit were the only way to tell that you were actually at the campsite.
It looks better from this angle.
MMM Mmm dinner! Wieners + dijon + tortillas. So good.
After the best dinner ever, came the best cup of tea ever.
There was no shortage of trees around to set up our hammock tents. It got pretty chilly that night, my +15c sleeping bag really didn't cut it. I don't think I got more tha 4 hours hours of actual sleep in.
I felt like a bit of a zombie the next morning eating my oatmeal.
We managed to get back on the trail by about 7:15am.
All in all a good trip. Not too many bugs, only saw one bear (that wanted nothing to do with us), and it didn't rain. I was sooo bloody exhausted though. We stopped for burgers on the car ride home (2 double fatboys with chili fries)
Wow, great pix. oregon has a 'Marion Lake also:
Our 'marion lake' and 'three fingered jack' in the central cascades on the santiam pass: