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Maybe for a colder month?


or...

 
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The first picture would be perfect for January or December.
 

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I def. like the 1st & 2nd pic for the colder months! Very Nice :eek:)
 

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Stumpy where do u live? Looks really pretty...
 

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I like either of teh first two also.

I love it here in the NorthWest too. But then agian, the only time I have ever left Washington is when I to go to my granparents house in southern Oregon. And that isn't too far (on a nation wide scale).

Is that first pic from Evans Creek? It isn't is it?
 

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I like either of teh first two also.

I love it here in the NorthWest too. But then agian, the only time I have ever left Washington is when I to go to my granparents house in southern Oregon. And that isn't too far (on a nation wide scale).

Is that first pic from Evans Creek? It isn't is it?
Believe it or not, it's from Tahuya. It'd almost be better to bring a jetski there in the winter with how much water the place holds!

Second pic was from Fox Island, Wa. Just outside of Gig Harbor/Tacoma area.
 

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Oh, just curius because I thought it looked kinda like a place at Evans.

Never been to Tahuya though.
 


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