Paul,Great photo, but don't let it be shown too widely Down Under :)My greatest love, hobby-wise that is, used to be climbing around our mountains and trekking through our great rain forests. An impossibility now, but I now enjoy woodwork such as turning and furniture making, as well as vegetable gardening.
I can't put a photo here, but does "1989 S10 w/400hp 350V8" get the idea across?
Aussie John,I've always admired ministers who could do things with their hands other than point. [Woodwork] I'm an "only point" guy.Bob,It does. It does. I WOULD like to see that.
I'm a reader and a camper. The camping gives me great opportunities to exercise one of my greatest passions: photography.Paul, et all,I have always enjoyed the wisdom of those of you posting and commenting here. I just opened up a blog of my own and would be interested in any comments you may have. Call it grubbing, but more I prefer the diversity of perspective. If you get some time, swing by http://wisdomtable.blogspot.com/ and let me know what you think.
I'm laughing at the big OU sticker on the front and the sweet flames. Looking good.
Paul,Good "Easy Rider" picture. My hobby is inviting people to come to Montana and minister in our Southern Baptist Churches. How about it? Want to bring that harley up here? We would love it.Ken Colson
Chris,I read your new blog and commented. It's REALLY good and I'm recommending to to all.Bryan,Season's six weeks away. BOOMER SOONER. Ken,I don't make as many long trips as I used to but one of these days....Montana. Can't wait.
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