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Emailcontact : philipnieto@gmail.com - Facebook : Phil Nieto - In the Canyon de Chelly, I had the privilege to drive in company of a Navajo Indian Chief like park guide; and I'm really eager to come back to Chelly to live and horse back riding for more days.
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This closed and reopened as 'Mel's Diner'.

LIKE the palm tree tunnel Phil Nieto! Best Wishes, Steve Lamkins Jr.

My Colonel, Thank you very much for your comments, I’ll be able to complete my picture’s captions in Panoramio. For the funny part of my visit at the Pima Air Museum, it was a very, very hot afternoon in Arizona to stay out the refrigerate buildings. Outside, with my wife, I took practically all the pictures of the planes, and suddenly I stood in front of a cantonment building. Whoa! I was astonish here, It was a flashback in 1976 in France. In fact, I stayed six weeks at the BA 105 of Evreux, Fr, in formation to aspirant in march, april of the 1976th year, we was in a really good shape and fully trained. http://www.panoramio.com/photo/114006997 My Respects, Lieutenant Phil NIETO

Thank you, a nice country, Greetings

Thank you, It was a nice road and a nice day in the Death Valley, Greetings

Hi, thank you, 1950 too, greetings

Hi, You're right, I listened Tony Christie's songs. Thanks ;-)

  • some rooftanks :-) another great shot from my ♥ #7

generally, you cannot walk down wisteria lane. you would take a tram tour of the back lot which is where this set is located. if you take the vip tour, you do dismount the tram you are on and walk through several sets and sound stages. the vip tour cost about $200/person.

Just realized you were off my radar, fixed it now n1w..

I've just downloaded the CAD files for the Bloodhound..Now I'm popping out to the shed! back in a while!

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