Yosemite Day Trip

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  1. Rod-Stroker

    Rod-Stroker Streptococcus Gingivitis Halllllllllllllitosis

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    My cabin is 45 miles from the valley floor yet I've never been

    Did some riding in the burn area of the Rim fire of Stanislaus National Forrest/Tuolumne River.

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    Left the phone on the charger for 4 days,no service,no connection,
     
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    Tourist
     
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    freds you broke it VIP

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    post a pic, wait for reaction. repeat.

    look up "pace" in the dictionary.
     
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    Rod-Stroker Streptococcus Gingivitis Halllllllllllllitosis

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    I was a tourist and of the minority of those who were there.
     
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    Rod-Stroker Streptococcus Gingivitis Halllllllllllllitosis

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    I don't partially blow my load like I have a petcock on my balls, I blast my load like any decent man would.
     
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    Rod-Stroker Streptococcus Gingivitis Halllllllllllllitosis

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    El Capitan towers over a half mile above the valley floor and no pictures will ever capture the scale of just how big that monolith is.
    We walked up to the base and just about had our noses on it.
    Gobsmacked is a wonderful word and is appropriate when describing Yosemite.