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    Snow Canyon Hike

    Bo and I headed out early today to hike in Snow Canyon -- Luckily because it's roasting here in Ivins! It was getting really got at the end of the hike about 11ish.

    Thanks for another fun day Bo! Tomorrow we finish our book! No backing out.

    Some photos from this morning.
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    A couple more... The wildflowers were blooming all over the place today.
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    hey i can see my house, so how hard would it be to ride a bike up that?

    that looks really fun... I think i'll be by the store this week to buy some stuff
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    Tanya's new avatar?



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    That kind of compliment is what keeps me working to look good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theking648
    hey i can see my house, so how hard would it be to ride a bike up that?

    that looks really fun... I think i'll be by the store this week to buy some stuff
    Do you live in Ivins like Bo and I?
    Get your canyoneering stuff so Bo and I can take you to do a canyon before the Bogleyfest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanya


    That kind of compliment is what keeps me working to look good.
    It shows

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    Quote Originally Posted by theking648
    hey i can see my house, so how hard would it be to ride a bike up that?

    that looks really fun... I think i'll be by the store this week to buy some stuff
    Do you live in Ivins like Bo and I?
    Get your canyoneering stuff so Bo and I can take you to do a canyon before the Bogleyfest.

    nope i'm out there a little bit further.. by lins.

    I think I might come by tomorrow.
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    I'm Out! and slapping down money? Is that a good thing.

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    I'm Out! and slapping down money? Is that a good thing.
    depends. do you like the idea of men gratifying themselves to your photo?


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    That is what that means? Beech does not do that sort of thing. He is a nice, young Mormon boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanya
    Bo and I headed out early today to hike in Snow Canyon -- Luckily because it's roasting here in Ivins! It was getting really got at the end of the hike about 11ish.

    Thanks for another fun day Bo! Tomorrow we finish our book! No backing out.

    Some photos from this morning.
    It was a fun morning! Thank you Tanya. Just a sampler of SCSP. I really enjoy the west side (actually BLM Wilderness and not Snow Canyon SP) up on top of Red Mountain, but there are a few hidden gems within the park as well. What we hiked yesterday was actually called "The Tuacahn Split" by the local health spas, and most of it isn't even in Snow Canyon SP. I did enjoy the "Petrified Dunes" trail, granted I lost the trail after about 25 meters? I always enjoy a good romp on slickrock!

    We at least got a bit further on the book today...still some to go though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarpeyBiggs
    depends. do you like the idea of men gratifying themselves to your photo?

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    Welcome... I agree with your message


    BUT!!!!

    I am curious who in the heck you are!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanya
    That is what that means? Beech does not do that sort of thing. He is a nice, young Mormon boy.
    One of my return missionary friends tried to convince me that at the age of 25 he had never masturbated once in his life. I told him lies make baby Jesus cry and that they should take away his temple recommend.



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    You are good.

    Hey Bo!!! I flaked this weekend on the book but notice I sent you the LAST two trail reports that you did last weekend and tonight I did so much I had to separate chapter one into two chapters. Expect it late tonight!!!

    Your turn...

    Ah -the power of wine! I could not do it without it.

    I had to go without a man all night tonight to do this. Such sacrafice!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanya
    You are good.

    Hey Bo!!! I flaked this weekend on the book but notice I sent you the LAST two trail reports that you did last weekend and tonight I did so much I had to separate chapter one into two chapters. Expect it late tonight!!!

    Your turn...

    Ah -the power of wine! I could not do it without it.

    I had to go without a man all night tonight to do this. Such sacrafice!!!
    Oh! But not a problem! I worked on them monday on a "free day", but was able to balance the day "sans" Vino! I wasn't lacking my woman though. My days, as hers are pretty full and the evenings are a relaxing time after we unwind. My next day off will be spent in the "bowells" of the earth with dear friends, and then it's off to the canyon for a day of knot tying! I'm certain that I'll find a spare moment to work on "The Book" at some point so that I can shoot it back at you!

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