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I'm posting this for some people we met that were hiking up from Lake Powell.  Nothing to see here, move along.....
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Boulder trip pics.  
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All of our Photosphere shots in one bucket.  Let's see if this works.  Our trip to Boulder, UT
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I lost the "What's Hot" link in G+ and was sad....but they added the "Explore" link in the top bar and I'm happy again.  It's just a cool way to spend a couple of minutes looking at different things I would never see otherwise.  Like this picture.  
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Anybody want a well used computer desk? If not we'll find a home for it. The brown one is going to Buff's apartment. 
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No need or space. Thanks anyhow. 
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I know, I know...this is getting old, but I have to upload all our photosphere and panoramio photos here or we can't see them in all their splendor and glory.  So.....if you're not interested, just walk on by.  If you are, there are some pretty spectacular special photos here.
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Some of these are cool, others we could delete.  I do like how these give you the bigger picture.
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This was a day I'll never forget.  Hole in the rock is steeper and longer than I can imagine.  Back then the lake wasn't there and they had to go another 500 feet down.  We weren't planning on going all the way down but once we started down, we just decided to do it.  A lot of rocks and boulders have fallen in, and most of the fill they put in has washed out since the wagons went down here so it's pretty rough. This is probably one of the most technically difficult hikes I've ever done.  It was a long way down and a long way back too.  If I didn't know that they did actually take wagons down here, I wouldn't believe it was possible.  I've added comments to each of the pictures which don't come close to showing the roughness and steepness it actually is.
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Your mom and I thought this would be a great place for a family reunion in a couple of years when the kids are a little older.  They'd LOVE the slot canyons and Devil's Garden, as would the adults.  Hole in the rock is a do not miss thing.  We stayed in a little cabin that has 5 other cabins and some tent sites surrounding picnic tables and a couple of fire pits.  We could rent the whole thing and have a blast. (cabins are only $45 - $65/night)
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Happy Birthday Kimberlyn!  
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Are you coming this way so we can give Kimberlyn her gift?  Happy Birthday sweet little Kimberlyn!
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Wild place.  So silent a buzzing insect can startle you. The soft sand feels like padding as you walk along scanning the ground for something a black haired Anasazi was the last person to see.  The sun reflects off the sand and sunburns your face even though you have a hat on.....that's if the sun is shining.  Cold and snow this year.  It's hard to get out of that sleeping bag and put the cold clothes on so you can get up and light a fire to get warm.  Twisted trees and yellow flowers decorate your path.  Watching the moon rise over the buttes surrounding Beef Basin as the campfire licks the cool air at your back, surrounded by the people you love and enjoy being with.  Canyonlands 2014 is only a memory but captured in time by these pictures. 
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Wow Uncle Kim!  I never knew you could get so poetic!
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Did you know.....that every time you +1 something on Google+ it posts that item to everyone in your circles?  Basically it's the same as if you share it *except* if your peeps comment on it, they're not commenting to you, but to the original poster...unlike when they comment on an item you've actually shared.

You can change that.   From the Google+ homepage on the web, slide your mouse to the left edge to reveal the slide-in panel, and click on "settings" at the bottom. Scroll about half way down the page to "Apps & activities", and click on the "Manage apps & activities" button. There will be three tabs at the top of the page -- click the one labeled "Google" and click the "edit" hyperlink under "Visible to". You'll see the box displayed above, explaining what the setting does and giving an option to ratchet down the visibility of your +1's all the way to "Only you" (a really good choice).

There.  Now if you want to share something with your peeps, click the SHARE button on a post and they'll be able to see it and comment back to you.  When you +1 something it will only add your +1 vote and the original poster can see that, but it won't spam everyone in your circles with it.
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Done a while ago. I should have FYI'd the group. 
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Nice! Wish we had snow here...
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Born/raised in Orem Utah. Currently work for Novell Inc.  Married to my high school sweetheart.  Currently live in Cedar Hills.
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It's fast food..but good fast food. We have been there a number of times and since I've liked it a lot every time we've bee there, I'm posting about it. We went there again last night and instead of getting traditional Island fare which I've always loved, I decided to go with an old fashioned hamburger. $5.99. It was huge! And delicious. I got sweet potato curly fries with it and it was great. It had a little pineapple and teriyaki sauce under the bacon it so I suppose the burger still had an island flair. Many places we go to eat at 5pm on a weekday (and sometimes on a weekend) are deserted. Not Rumbi. There seems to always be people there which tells me they'll probably be around a while. You pay up front but they don't have a place on the receipt to beg for an advance tip nor do they have a tip jar on the counter which is a big plus for me (one of my pet peeves), even though they do deliver the food and clean up the table....give a tip only if you want to! Oh..and if you are tired of getting diet coke or pepsi as the only diet drink option in fancy restaurants, Rumbi also has two flavors of uncarbonated, uncaffeinated Chrystal Lite to choose from. It doesn't have the atmosphere for an anniversary dinner, but it's nice for a Hawaiian fast food place and the staff is always friendly at the Lehi Utah location (next to Costco).
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