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Old 04-26-2007, 04:15 PM   #1
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My Trip Part 2 - Parents yard and then Rice Hill

Here's some pics of my parents back yard, as well as the view from their place. Then I have some pics of the Rice Hill area off I-5 when I was leaving....















Rice Hill area....


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Looks lovely Nothing like getting away to the mountains.
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Old 04-26-2007, 07:31 PM   #3
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Sweet! That is breathtaking.

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Your parents' house is lovely! That's a nice mountain area too. What is the Rice Hill area?

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Old 04-27-2007, 04:23 PM   #5
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Rice Hill is just north of where my parents live. When going north on I-5, you climb a very steep grade. And there used to be an excellent ice cream place there, not sure if it's still there, lol. Didn't stop, lol.
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WOW, beautiful pics....ahemmm, were you taking those while you were driving?
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I'm good at taking pics while driving, lol. Well, I just hold the camera near my right shoulder with my right hand and push the button half way to auto-focus, then snap the shot, lol. I was taking my chances on the pics turning out, lol. Turned out better than I thought. And no, I didn't look through the viewfinder, lol.
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I was wondering how you took the pics too...you take better pics not looking than I do looking through the viewfinder!
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LOL.... I just used the Point-And-Shoot routine, lol. And took chances on the pics turning out ok, lol.
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I just noticed that old car under the tree...you could repair and customize it!
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