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Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1860 on: January 24, 2019, 11:15:09 AM »
If she lived next door to me ... fuck the podcast, I would just have live streaming PPV cameras on her place, plus a daily sightings report: minimal outlay+instantdrama = profit!

Julian Assange style? :o

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1861 on: January 24, 2019, 11:22:22 AM »
Bart's 'wooing' cat ladies again:


Why does he put so much effort into this? Never a word about schrader. Curiouser and curiouser...

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1862 on: January 24, 2019, 11:36:27 AM »
Why does he put so much effort into this? Never a word about schrader. Curiouser and curiouser...

Oh yes, you caught the embedded incongruence. ::)


Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1863 on: January 24, 2019, 05:41:53 PM »
Did you happen to spend time uptown, or down in:



Cuz they take their pseudo-pueblo shopette very seriously! ::)



Funny, I stayed at a resort in that place just a few days ago. Winter rates. Nice place.


Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1864 on: January 24, 2019, 05:44:10 PM »
Funny, I stayed at a resort in that place just a few days ago. Winter rates. Nice place.
Right there, in the pseudo-pueblo? Very cool place. Hollyweird couldn't have built a better set.  ;)

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1865 on: January 24, 2019, 06:10:28 PM »
Right there, in the pseudo-pueblo? Very cool place. Hollyweird couldn't have built a better set.  ;)

Yes, there are two hoity toity little resorts tucked in there.

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1866 on: January 24, 2019, 06:24:23 PM »
Yes, there are two hoity toity little resorts tucked in there.

I despise the frantic traffic up the Black Canyon (3rd lane please!) but that pseudo pueblo is heaven under the sycamores.  8)

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1867 on: January 24, 2019, 06:36:16 PM »
Oh and:





Gotta love Rio Rico!

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« Reply #1868 on: January 24, 2019, 08:28:09 PM »

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1869 on: January 25, 2019, 04:11:44 AM »
Sedona is aight but nearby Cottonwood or Cornville or even Prescott much better. Sierra Vista is too close to the border to feel right to me and without Ft Huachuca as an economic base there would be no real reason to be there, imo.
Hey, Aldous! :-*  Just curious.  Have you ever been through Golden Valley, AZ.?  It's in the Northwest of the state.

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1870 on: January 25, 2019, 09:32:15 AM »
Hey, Aldous! :-*  Just curious.  Have you ever been through Golden Valley, AZ.?  It's in the Northwest of the state.


Looks promising!

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1871 on: January 27, 2019, 06:42:36 AM »


Looks promising!

Would you believe there were no traffic signals then?  Can't say what is there now.

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1872 on: January 27, 2019, 11:23:15 AM »
I say it begs for a field trip!

Might have to stop down to Castle Dome too:


http://www.castledomemuseum.org

What you will see here is a remanant town which stood larger than Yuma in 1878. Her weather beaten buildings remain great day trip in the lower colorado riverin an area little changed from the 1800's. The mills stand silent, housing original boiler, stamp mill, and elevator, as if tomorrow they will awaken to the thunderous roar of steel crushing rock. The boardwalks still creak, the church bell rings out, the five saloons just await the story of their last shootout.

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1873 on: January 27, 2019, 11:24:38 AM »
I say it begs for a field trip!

Might have to stop down to Castle Dome too:


http://www.castledomemuseum.org

What you will see here is a remanant town which stood larger than Yuma in 1878. Her weather beaten buildings remain great day trip in the lower colorado riverin an area little changed from the 1800's. The mills stand silent, housing original boiler, stamp mill, and elevator, as if tomorrow they will awaken to the thunderous roar of steel crushing rock. The boardwalks still creak, the church bell rings out, the five saloons just await the story of their last shootout.

Great googling skills, idiot. ::)

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1874 on: January 28, 2019, 12:13:53 AM »
I say it begs for a field trip!

Might have to stop down to Castle Dome too:


http://www.castledomemuseum.org

What you will see here is a remanant town which stood larger than Yuma in 1878. Her weather beaten buildings remain great day trip in the lower colorado riverin an area little changed from the 1800's. The mills stand silent, housing original boiler, stamp mill, and elevator, as if tomorrow they will awaken to the thunderous roar of steel crushing rock. The boardwalks still creak, the church bell rings out, the five saloons just await the story of their last shootout.

Looks cool.  I stopped in the town of Pahreah a few times and camped overnight at least once.  It is just a little off the beaten path, lies at the very bottom of a canyon, is deserted and washed away, and can be accessed by almost any car.

The scenery was absolutely amazing, and I recall giving my father directions for his bike trip that never happened.  One day I will get back there and sit beside the stream again.  I think the only thing left of the town is the graveyard (if it is still there...)

The big trees in the first picture are around an almost dry creek.  The graveyard is small and fenced, and if you look at the scenery around there, you can imagine the reason for camping overnight.  This gives me inspiration to get the old Westfalia going again.  It was over a decade back that I took that old '78 through the US- and it may be time for another road trip.  Quite the thing to wake up to in the morning.  :)






Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1875 on: January 28, 2019, 11:06:17 AM »
Wow, that is flat out desert beauty!

Guess what:

http://ghosttowns.com/states/ut/pahreah.html

COMMENTS: Pahreahh is the movie set and about 2 milies farther along the road is Pahreah, the original Mormon town.
REMAINS: Movie set one location and original remains another. UPDATE:
Pahreah was destroyed by fire set by arsonists in late 2006.  People are talking about re-building, but nothing is official as of late.




So you still have a '78 Westfalia? Only one request, punch it out a bit to 1800 ccs so's the rest of us aren't gridlocked when you find a hill... ;D But by all means, do make that trip. And you really do want to drift over into Nevada and see:

https://www.nps.gov/grba/index.htm



Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1876 on: January 29, 2019, 02:03:03 AM »
Wow, that is flat out desert beauty!

Guess what:

http://ghosttowns.com/states/ut/pahreah.html

COMMENTS: Pahreahh is the movie set and about 2 milies farther along the road is Pahreah, the original Mormon town.
REMAINS: Movie set one location and original remains another. UPDATE:
Pahreah was destroyed by fire set by arsonists in late 2006.  People are talking about re-building, but nothing is official as of late.




So you still have a '78 Westfalia? Only one request, punch it out a bit to 1800 ccs so's the rest of us aren't gridlocked when you find a hill... ;D But by all means, do make that trip. And you really do want to drift over into Nevada and see:

https://www.nps.gov/grba/index.htm

Actually by 78 (or maybe it is a 79?) it had the 2.0L engine.  A real power plant and high H.P. output engine.  I will admit that part of what makes me smile when I drive it are how pissed off people get in the merge lane or on single lane highways up the hill.  :)

The last time I was n that national park, the Lehman caves were closed.  The only picture that I have is of a "streak".  There was a chipmunk that would pose until I went to snap the shot, and then he bolted.  This went on for an hour when I finally captured a "streak" that only I can identify as the chipmunk when looking at the picture.  That was good enough for me, and I left the parking lot.

You are right- if I make the trip again, I should probably stop there while they are open.

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1877 on: January 29, 2019, 10:44:37 AM »
Actually by 78 (or maybe it is a 79?) it had the 2.0L engine.  A real power plant and high H.P. output engine.  I will admit that part of what makes me smile when I drive it are how pissed off people get in the merge lane or on single lane highways up the hill.  :)

Oh Lordy, you're granted grace for the 2.0, but Winnebago ire for the hill antics. ;D

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The last time I was n that national park, the Lehman caves were closed.  The only picture that I have is of a "streak".  There was a chipmunk that would pose until I went to snap the shot, and then he bolted.  This went on for an hour when I finally captured a "streak" that only I can identify as the chipmunk when looking at the picture.  That was good enough for me, and I left the parking lot.

Ya know that's freaking hilarious, cuz I'm pretty damned sure I met with that guy's descendants last time I was there, lol!

The mountain goats are slightly less bashful, but from far on high they can afford to be.

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You are right- if I make the trip again, I should probably stop there while they are open.

You simply must  - just stick to your camper and don't try the single wide casino/motel "The Border Inn" at Baker.

Nothing says "home cooking" like frozen fried chicken dropped in the deep fryer not quite long enough to thaw the innards out.:-(

https://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g60840-d271945-Reviews-The_Border_Inn-Baker_Nevada.html





And I have no doubt the CRT TeeVee still brings in the same two fuzzy UHF stations it did whenI was last there. :-\

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1878 on: January 30, 2019, 12:26:52 AM »
You simply must  - just stick to your camper and don't try the single wide casino/motel "The Border Inn" at Baker.

Nothing says "home cooking" like frozen fried chicken dropped in the deep fryer not quite long enough to thaw the innards out.:-(
Sounds like lodging and fine dining perfection.  Sounds like the cook took lessons from Senda (how comfortable are the toilet seats?)

It also looks like a motel that might rent rooms by the hour in the off season.  ;)

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1879 on: January 30, 2019, 01:04:40 PM »
Sounds like lodging and fine dining perfection.  Sounds like the cook took lessons from Senda (how comfortable are the toilet seats?)

It also looks like a motel that might rent rooms by the hour in the off season.  ;)

It's a weird place for sure - but when you get up to the park there are actually somewhat nice accommodations and eats to be had. Sadly I see the owners of T&D's have it up for sale. Pity, they made a really nice pesto pizza last I was by.

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« Reply #1880 on: February 02, 2019, 06:46:33 PM »
http://minifang.no-ip.info:8000/stream

I wonder if they'll talk about Neely at all?

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Oh dear.

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« Reply #1881 on: February 02, 2019, 07:02:27 PM »
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I wonder if they'll talk about Neely at all?

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Oh dear.

They have a real guest!

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1882 on: February 02, 2019, 07:02:29 PM »
PBS said an hour of so of Heather Talk is coming up.

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« Reply #1883 on: February 02, 2019, 07:03:17 PM »
They have a real guest!


I hope it isn't a DMDN show host.

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1884 on: February 02, 2019, 07:03:36 PM »
PBS said an hour of so of Heather Talk is coming up.

Would be hard on the guest.   ???

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1885 on: February 02, 2019, 07:04:46 PM »
PBS said some people are being charged for this months subscription to Heathers show.

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1886 on: February 02, 2019, 07:05:51 PM »
PBS said some people are being charged for this months subscription to Heathers show.

And rightfully so.  Dem Mothers need to pay!

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1887 on: February 02, 2019, 07:05:52 PM »
Would be hard on the guest.   ???

Typo correction,  about a HALF hour of Heather talk.  My Bad.

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1888 on: February 02, 2019, 07:10:46 PM »
They said Heathers green light hasn't been on at Facebook, and that Bart thought maybe she would be back on Monday Feb 4th.  Time will tell

Now they are on to the fellow, shot dead going out toward the area 51 area this past week.  There was an article in the Pahrump Times about it.

They said he wasn't connected to Heather.

Re: The BartCast
« Reply #1889 on: February 02, 2019, 07:11:08 PM »
And rightfully so.  Dem Mothers need to pay!
Yep.  They owe Heater.