Pete, Buck, where the hell are you ?

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pepebcn
pepebcn Member Posts: 6,331 Member
Just tell us some of your nice stories!.

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  • pepebcn
    pepebcn Member Posts: 6,331 Member
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    Bumping up
    Up!
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900 Member
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    100000 stars last night
    fiji has been awesome for us all.

    bowels been ok until last few days.

    maybe its the lentils, lots of gas and pain.

    no sleep previous night.

    last night at 11pm wife said lets go for a walk, it always helps get things moving.

    left kids asleep and out under the full moon and lots of stars we walk dowwn the dirt road away from our resort.

    with bats flying over head, views of the bay, and sugar cane fields.

    after an hours stroll with 6 poo stops we go back to bed. in another life i could imagine romance under a full moon. alas the full bowel had priority.

    squatting around the dirt roads of fiji under the stars.

    true confessions of a crc survivor. my wife is an angel, i am blessed.

    i could tell stories of pooping myself of the shark dive but i was not even scared. haha!!!

    or of the day my kids went to the local primary school and i showed the native kids camera gear and underwater photos of there reefs, that they never see. and then i could tell of the sad kindness of meeting the head teacher who welcomed us and my kids to his school while his wife had just lost her battle with breast cancer. we are so lucky with our medicine in the first world.

    hugs,

    pete
  • Buckwirth
    Buckwirth Member Posts: 1,258 Member
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    Can't top Fiji
    But I was in Marin County, working. Drove up this time from Southern California.

    101 both ways, about 1,000 miles round trip. Rolling hills, ocean views, a couple of quaint local restaurants in the farming areas (one set in a former bank, with the safe door protecting the back store room).

    On the drive back I put up the wind screen, and put the top down until I got to Santa Barbara. I also took a shortcut off the 101 onto CA 154. First time on that road, a nice, fast two lane cutting through the local mountain range passing the outskirts of the wine country featured in the movie Sideways.

    Total driving time was 10 hours to get to Marin, and 11 hours to get home again. I love to drive, especially in a great car or a fast motorcycle(current ride is a Mercedes CLK 350 Cabrio), and it is an activity best done alone, so you can drive as fast as you like, stop where you feel like it and listen to music that is exclusively yours . Nothing against a companion, but it is not quite the same.
  • janie1
    janie1 Member Posts: 753 Member
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    Buckwirth said:

    Can't top Fiji
    But I was in Marin County, working. Drove up this time from Southern California.

    101 both ways, about 1,000 miles round trip. Rolling hills, ocean views, a couple of quaint local restaurants in the farming areas (one set in a former bank, with the safe door protecting the back store room).

    On the drive back I put up the wind screen, and put the top down until I got to Santa Barbara. I also took a shortcut off the 101 onto CA 154. First time on that road, a nice, fast two lane cutting through the local mountain range passing the outskirts of the wine country featured in the movie Sideways.

    Total driving time was 10 hours to get to Marin, and 11 hours to get home again. I love to drive, especially in a great car or a fast motorcycle(current ride is a Mercedes CLK 350 Cabrio), and it is an activity best done alone, so you can drive as fast as you like, stop where you feel like it and listen to music that is exclusively yours . Nothing against a companion, but it is not quite the same.

    LOL
    I think 2 more people need to write a book.
  • pepebcn
    pepebcn Member Posts: 6,331 Member
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    janie1 said:

    LOL
    I think 2 more people need to write a book.

    Hahahaha nice story as well buck!
    Just remember we need next release of your European tour!.
  • pepebcn
    pepebcn Member Posts: 6,331 Member
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    100000 stars last night
    fiji has been awesome for us all.

    bowels been ok until last few days.

    maybe its the lentils, lots of gas and pain.

    no sleep previous night.

    last night at 11pm wife said lets go for a walk, it always helps get things moving.

    left kids asleep and out under the full moon and lots of stars we walk dowwn the dirt road away from our resort.

    with bats flying over head, views of the bay, and sugar cane fields.

    after an hours stroll with 6 poo stops we go back to bed. in another life i could imagine romance under a full moon. alas the full bowel had priority.

    squatting around the dirt roads of fiji under the stars.

    true confessions of a crc survivor. my wife is an angel, i am blessed.

    i could tell stories of pooping myself of the shark dive but i was not even scared. haha!!!

    or of the day my kids went to the local primary school and i showed the native kids camera gear and underwater photos of there reefs, that they never see. and then i could tell of the sad kindness of meeting the head teacher who welcomed us and my kids to his school while his wife had just lost her battle with breast cancer. we are so lucky with our medicine in the first world.

    hugs,

    pete

    Nice Pete!
    hugs!
  • AncientTiger
    AncientTiger Member Posts: 130
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    100000 stars last night
    fiji has been awesome for us all.

    bowels been ok until last few days.

    maybe its the lentils, lots of gas and pain.

    no sleep previous night.

    last night at 11pm wife said lets go for a walk, it always helps get things moving.

    left kids asleep and out under the full moon and lots of stars we walk dowwn the dirt road away from our resort.

    with bats flying over head, views of the bay, and sugar cane fields.

    after an hours stroll with 6 poo stops we go back to bed. in another life i could imagine romance under a full moon. alas the full bowel had priority.

    squatting around the dirt roads of fiji under the stars.

    true confessions of a crc survivor. my wife is an angel, i am blessed.

    i could tell stories of pooping myself of the shark dive but i was not even scared. haha!!!

    or of the day my kids went to the local primary school and i showed the native kids camera gear and underwater photos of there reefs, that they never see. and then i could tell of the sad kindness of meeting the head teacher who welcomed us and my kids to his school while his wife had just lost her battle with breast cancer. we are so lucky with our medicine in the first world.

    hugs,

    pete

    Take THAT ya damned shark
    Had to chuckle at the image of you taking a dump on a shark's head Pete.... but then I remembered your issue with the fissure and it was a OH HELL moment...

    Aren't you a little worried about putting blood in the water around them snappers Pete?!?! :O

    Or has that issue mended itself?
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900 Member
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    Take THAT ya damned shark
    Had to chuckle at the image of you taking a dump on a shark's head Pete.... but then I remembered your issue with the fissure and it was a OH HELL moment...

    Aren't you a little worried about putting blood in the water around them snappers Pete?!?! :O

    Or has that issue mended itself?

    mate if i can beat crc, even for a few days, what chance do the
    dear ancienttiger

    if i can beat crc, even for a few days, what chance do the sharks have.

    not worried at all.

    except i will miss a good photo opportunity while i am pooping.

    hugs,
    pete

    ps but i realise i have been eating tuna so maybe i should worry, sharks like tuna.
  • just4Brooks
    just4Brooks Member Posts: 980 Member
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    100000 stars last night
    fiji has been awesome for us all.

    bowels been ok until last few days.

    maybe its the lentils, lots of gas and pain.

    no sleep previous night.

    last night at 11pm wife said lets go for a walk, it always helps get things moving.

    left kids asleep and out under the full moon and lots of stars we walk dowwn the dirt road away from our resort.

    with bats flying over head, views of the bay, and sugar cane fields.

    after an hours stroll with 6 poo stops we go back to bed. in another life i could imagine romance under a full moon. alas the full bowel had priority.

    squatting around the dirt roads of fiji under the stars.

    true confessions of a crc survivor. my wife is an angel, i am blessed.

    i could tell stories of pooping myself of the shark dive but i was not even scared. haha!!!

    or of the day my kids went to the local primary school and i showed the native kids camera gear and underwater photos of there reefs, that they never see. and then i could tell of the sad kindness of meeting the head teacher who welcomed us and my kids to his school while his wife had just lost her battle with breast cancer. we are so lucky with our medicine in the first world.

    hugs,

    pete

    Pooping when you need too
    Pete... We should trade a few pooping storys someday. I've gone where most people would never even think of going.

    Brooks
  • pete43lost_at_sea
    pete43lost_at_sea Member Posts: 3,900 Member
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    Pooping when you need too
    Pete... We should trade a few pooping storys someday. I've gone where most people would never even think of going.

    Brooks

    ok brooks lets make this another post
    hugs,
    pete