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    Default Cajon At Sunset...

    ...is a nice place to be!
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    Vern,

    Beautiful.

    That's the only word that can describe those screenshots. You can almost feel the warmth of the desert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frliss View Post
    Vern,

    Beautiful.

    That's the only word that can describe those screenshots. You can almost feel the warmth of the desert.

    Fred
    Thanks Fred!

    Much better than what we've got here at the moment - cloud, sleety drizzle and 3C temperature, oh and the threat of a more rigorous lockdown...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    Thanks Fred!

    Much better than what we've got here at the moment - cloud, sleety drizzle and 3C temperature, oh and the threat of a more rigorous lockdown...
    Vern.

    That's why I winter in Florida. High temperature about 72 F and overnight low about 65 F. A lot better than Massachusetts. I've got used to watching the FEC instead of CSX. I know CSX headquarters is in Florida but there not near me.

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    Couple more... The second one it has now become dark and I've paused for a "meet" with Amtrak at Phelan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernWarrior View Post
    ...is a nice place to be!
    Lovely pics, Vern.
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