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Sunday, November 30, 2008



Today's travelogue is a heckofa lot better to look at then the four inches of snow outside my office windows. Thanks for the scenery and the special brand of Humor by Howard.

Yep, just another ordinary day in the unbelieveable life of H & L. Dang, Howard, try to do something unusual that is senic.


This is one of our favorite hikes/parks in AZ. The other is Sedona and all the hikes in the surrounding area.

Glad you were finally able to start seeing our wonderful state.

Alan & Kathy

Excellent pictures Howard, I enjoyed the hike.I think I like the Bart Simpson the best.

Stay Safe
John and Bridget

Howard, if you get a chance, please go back to Wilcox and see the Rex Allen museum. It's also not that far to Cochise strong hold either. Loved the great pictures, keep up the good work. Bob

OH what beauty! I never thought rocks could withstand the winds and time like that. A must see on our list of where to go. Thanks for taking us with you.

What great photos, Howard, thank you !

Your "deed" tree photo must have been a slip from your past life in the title industry :)

It is good that it was cold... no rattlesnakes. We found some there a few years ago. Nice hike and photos.
cheers, mark and bobbie

Nice Photos!!! You guys couldn't have picked a better place to hike in southeastern arizona. I really enjoyed my trip there too, but I didn't hike as many miles as you both did. geesh!


Fabulous photography! I enjoyed every single photo.

What a great hike that must have been.


I'm exhausted!

Great, Howard! You guys are really using your time here, and we applaud you for it.

Since we are not hikers, our tour of Chiricahua earlier this year was mostly by car, so we didn't get a chance to see the best views. Your journey was a blessing to us, adding to our own experience.

Thanks for the show!

Awesome Pictures Howard!!!!
Thanks for sharing.

Thank you so much for sharing that amazing spot on the earth. I just added it to my 'to do' list.

Great photos as usual. The park geography is tremendous. Here's another book idea for you Howard.... a coffee table book of dead tree photos.

Excellent writeup, a very enjoyable read. Thanks!

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