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    Here's one. But you gotta be willing to change your underwear afterwards.

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    I'll have to wait until later then.

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    How about a nudist colony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Kubach View Post
    How about a nudist colony.
    If you've ever observed real nudists, you probably would not want to go there.

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    My ex-wife's house...
    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Yellowstone park is warning tourists about an outbreak of Hanta virus...
    That would be Yosemite National Park, about 1,200 miles to the west of Yellowstone.

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    Thanks Aja. I could not remember, so I asked my wife!

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    I would add that bear attacks are possible in most of the national parks. Here in Florida black bears routinely come into populated areas. In the western parks there is also the possibility of mountain lion attack although these are quite rare. Any large animal can be dangerous. People here in the US and Canada have also been attacked by elk, moose, and bison. However in most cases it is the human's fault. Always announce your presence by making noise and avoid females with young.

    There are excellent photographic opportunities in our national and state parks. Just use common sense and stick to marked trails. Always follow a ranger's advice and read the signs.
    Last edited by Gerald C Koch; 09-04-2012 at 09:07 PM. Click to view previous post history.
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    Clive;

    Every time we at EK had a visitor from Harrow to Rochester, we tried to give them a nice tour of the area. Same with visitors from Chalon. The one thing that they all remarked on was the huge amount and variety of wildlife everywhere you look. Deer in front yards, squirrels in trees, foxes and coyotes running wild. This is our neighborhood.

    Visitors from Europe in general comment on the abundance of trees in the cities (but not LA in the path of the Space Shuttle!). I guess a lot of wildlife was killed off in WWiI, because one French visitor told me that they knew exactly how many bears there were in France and where they were. Bears keep turning up in surprising places here all the time and we just cannot keep count of them.

    Enjoy your visit.

    PE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    Thanks Aja. I could not remember, so I asked my wife!
    It would have been more daring and dangerous had you asked Vaughn's ex-wife.

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