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  1. clearwater66
    10-01-2016 06:39 PM - permalink
    Well Banjo. I had been living seasonally between Idaho and Arizona/New Mexico for the past few years and I fell in the airport a few months ago and realized arthritis is too far advanced to continue that lifestyle, so I have settled in Sierra Vista, Arizona in a lovely apartment, with views of the Huachuca Mountains. They don't have trees or snow but they are not without beauty. But I have no intention of leaving the amazing posts you write..not only about Idaho but I am happy to see your good sense and wisdom on political sites. I remain standing with all indigenous people and others who want to fight against the destruction of our beautiful Northwest for profit. I visited Wallace this year for 3 weeks and learned how mining had affected the Silver Valley. See you on the radio & by the way, how are you?
  2. clearwater66
    04-12-2016 06:49 PM - permalink
    I am thinking to ask you about what would happen to Idaho if that big coastal earthquake happens and a subsequent tsunami? I am not posting this because I do not think anyone has given this any thought in the same way that you might have. So what do you think?
  3. memomfive
    01-14-2016 03:51 PM - permalink
    Thank you so much Banjomike! I'm sorry I took so long to get back to you. I haven't been on the forums for a while. Things are going much better! We love our new home and are excited to plant roots here. We definitely didn't start out on the easy path, but I only feel that has made us stronger and now with 2-3 feet of snow where we're at, we are needing that extra strength ! Lol
  4. clearwater66
    08-25-2015 05:17 PM - permalink
    I came back to post what I believe are important facts about the fires.
  5. GrandviewGloria
    07-12-2015 08:20 AM - permalink
    Hopefully, Detroit has learned that they aren't fooling anybody by imitating Japanese cars, any more than they were fooling people by imitating boxy little Mercedes, in the 80s. Detroit has always been AHEAD, where styling was concerned, and it was foolish to suppress their strong point. People weren't buying Mercedes and Toyotas because of their looks. Glad that the colorlessness is gone. Interesting they are using a military angle in naming the greens. I like the alpine greens, myself. I've almost HIT too many olive/vedoro green cars, which blend into leafy backgrounds a bit too well.
  6. GrandviewGloria
    07-07-2015 11:42 PM - permalink
    Good to know it's being watched, and that they aren't having snorkeling in the lagoon. Oh, and thanks for the rep (I assume that was you) on the cars thread! Glad you like green cars, too! We had a couple of Volvos in deep green. THOSE sure lasted!
  7. GrandviewGloria
    07-07-2015 11:29 PM - permalink
    Thanks for the reply! It's good to know that the workers do not face a huge cancer risk. NOT good to know that in the Fifties, they just dumped all that junk in the ocean, though - or that it's traveled to no-telling-where. Thanks for responding so quickly!
  8. clearwater66
    03-12-2015 08:59 AM - permalink
    Of course a post about the toxic nature of trains through our state would cause stress and bring the volatile comments it has. I have asked Sage to remove the entire thread. But I want to thank you for keeping the forum at a high level of intelligence and to say I will always be available to you. This issue has become my life's work and if you ever want to know more about what is going on behind the scenes, please write. Regards, Betty lou
  9. YellowHorse
    03-03-2015 10:32 PM - permalink
    Thanks for accepting my friend request banjomike and thanks for the compliment, he was my first horse I raised and trained myself. I adopted him as a weanling from the BLM, he's from the vast Nevada horse range. He's now much older and is a babysitter for both my kids and young horses
  10. GrandviewGloria
    01-26-2015 06:27 PM - permalink
    I looked up the Mouflon sheep. They look really dangerous. I assume they're from some mountainous region? Most interesting, though. I had no idea some people had so many exotic creatures.

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