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Hay mucho que conocer de este lugar, pero por lo visto no conviene saber.

Very nice WRF, looks like you have a lot of sweet trails over there..!

great photo, like

Isn't the Kandahar University IN the city of Kandahar? You have this picture posted in the middle of the Red Desert.

Honestly, I put the marker there just from memory. You're probably a better expert at Fort Dodge than I am :)

I was able to get to these falls by riding the trails at the motocross park. I actually had to ride down the creek a ways to get to the falls. I don't know of any other way to get there unless you walk. I think the falls are about 12-15 feet high. There are actually two water falls fairly near each other. Both are down hill to the east of the motocross track about 2-300 yards or so.

Your photo is misplaced. This display is a few miles farther north on I-65 at the Alabama welcome station/rest stop just south of the Tennessee/Alabama border.

Hello Dan, We need your help. We are trying to get the lake dredged. Please visit www.lizardlake.net and voice your opinion. Just sign in and register on the Lizard Lake forum. Please give us your 2 cents worth. We will present all of this to the Iowa DNR. You are a Zimmermann? We might be related! My grandmother's mother was a Zimmermann. They were from Pocahontas county , Iowa. I am Dean Buske. My grandmother was Ida Julius. Her mother was Louise Zimmerman.

This is our new aircraft after the last one was crashed killing the pilot, medic and nurse while they searched for a lost hunter. I opened the shutter for 15 seconds, then went to the aircraft and "drew" around it with my flashlight.

This was the farm I grew up on. My grandmother lived in this house till she died in 1993. My oldest brother lives there now after renovating the over 100 year old harm house.

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