Just got back from Duvall

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  1. Olive bugger

    Olive bugger Active Member

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    That 22 degrees thingy will make your water hard. LOL
     
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    and thats all that will get hard :p
     
  3. Olive bugger

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    HAHAHA. I really don't want to go there, Porter.

    I am concentrating on the water bucket.
     
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    Old Man Just an Old Man

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    When you get my age all that gets hard is your arteries.
     
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    Lets get back to Duvall. Any sun today?
     
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    wadin' boot Donny, you're out of your element...

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  7. Evan Burck

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    That's not supposed to be made public. It's like our secret handshake and how we tell the locals from foreigners.
     
  8. Olive bugger

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    Dry and cool west of DUVALL, but not much on the sun.
     
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    Probably lots of leaves on the ground in Duvall? ..... especially after seeing that picture in this thread.
     
  10. Itchy Dog

    Itchy Dog Some call me Kirk Werner

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    More leaves in the trees than on the ground, but that was today. Tomorrow we may see a different picture. Doo-val(l) is very dynamic that way.
     
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    wadin' boot Donny, you're out of your element...

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    I've heard tell of a sect of Duvalite nuns, sworn to celibacy, and poverty, who are now ascending in years and lacking in viable healthcare options other than faith, at least until the new year turns. Rapture, they say, is still a few more years away and quite possibly "goin' off somewhere round Cherry Valley... shit's gonna get real...when Old Man Jim returns carrying the sacred Delorme of the Squiggly Blue Lines" These devout, emaciated nuns, pale from a life spent under the dense forest canopy of outer Duval(l), stealing goats, digging truffles, snaring raccoons and studying scriptures have swapped rosary beads for sawzalls. They favor a low slung multi-paneled geo metro, and proslytize river pullouts along the Sky, Stilly, Snoq, Skagit and Snoho. They are fast and agile, and, given their emaciated nature, quite capable of worshipping beneath a vehicle, delivering catalytic converters from evil and using said salvage monies for the purchasing of basic healthcare. they practice what they preach, you can hear that loose fanbelt, cc and muffler-lacking Geo Metro wail like a devil from the seventh pit of hell (ie Carnation) out over the west facing valleys and floodplains of the north Central Cascades
     
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    Itchy Dog Some call me Kirk Werner

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    I'll have some of what Boot's smokin'
     
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    Good Morning fellow travelers. A question for our resident DUVALLIANS.

    Does the metropolis have a newspaper that is printed on a regular schedule? Or is this humble thread the only pathway for Truth, Justice and the American Way to escape from the city?
     
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    I think our newspaper comes out once a month
     
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    Think Duvall gets minimal coverage from the Woodinville Weekly too. So is Duvall to turn 100 yeara old soon? Maybe OMJ knows? Hell he was probably scouting waters in the area before the first structure went up in Duvall:eek:

    OMJ ever run in to this dude?
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