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Photos from Chaco Culture Canyon

Postby Winston » Sat Aug 16, 2014 3:35 am

Here are some photos of me from Chaco Culture Canyon, the last national monument I went on my Southwest Road Trip. It has the largest number of Indian ruins in the USA. (Notice the sexy hot blonde I was checking out at the end, whom I snapped photos of from behind lol)

Darn I can't embed them for some reason. It looks like Facebook doesn't allow that anymore. Here is the link to them. Click on the pictures to see all the photos.

https://www.facebook.com/winston.wu.37/ ... 6388282717
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Postby newlifeinphilippines » Sat Aug 16, 2014 5:08 am

so when are you visiting tijuana? Id like to see winstons version of "Look at these sweet faces in tijuana rock? Aint I happy" or "I was a God in Tijuana!!!" :)
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My Photos of Chaco Culture Park

Postby Winston » Sat Aug 30, 2014 5:49 pm

New photos!

Ok I've uploaded my photos of Chaco Culture Park into Picasaweb Albums. Here they are below.

Inside the Chaco Culture Park visitor center.

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Me at the Indian ruins site.

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Ancient Indian petroglyphs I saw while hiking.

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View from hiking a trail above the visitor center, which you can see below.

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Ranger program at night in the amphitheater about astronomy.

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Telescope to look at the moon with. We all lined up to look in it. I never saw the moon that vivid before.

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Me at the camping ground nearby, which is the only place you can stay at here, since Chaco Culture Park is far away from any town.

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More later.
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Postby Winston » Sat Aug 30, 2014 5:59 pm

More photos of Chaco Culture Park.

Ranger guided walking tour.

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Me around another ruins site.

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More Indian petroglyphs on trail.

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Canyon wall with black lines I saw while hiking.

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At another ranger guided tour, me checking out this hot blonde from behind. Ouch!

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Me at the Chaco Canyon sign as I exit the park.

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Postby Winston » Sun Aug 31, 2014 8:07 am

Here are some photos of me from my Southwest road trip prior to Chaco Culture Park.

Me at Painted Desert, Arizona.

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Driving to a forest campground on the border between Arizona and New Mexico.

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Found a campsite to park and camp in for the night.

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Found a better one closer to the lake. Parked there for the night and slept in the back. This is where I recorded my "5 Benefits Overseas" postcast: http://www.happierabroad.com/podcasts/5_benefits_overseas.mp3

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Me by the lake near the campground at 6am the next day. It was too cold there to sleep in, as the forest was at a high altitude in eastern Arizona.

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More later.
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Postby Winston » Sun Aug 31, 2014 10:19 am

More photos.

Me at White Sands in New Mexico.

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Me at Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico, one of the largest caverns in the USA.

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Snack bar in the caverns.

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On a ranger guided lantern tour in the caverns.

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After the tour, I talked with the ranger girl (a Mexican American) for a long time, since she and I had a lot in common. She was into writing too and shared a lot of my views. I took this photo together with her.

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Photographing myself in the bathroom mirror. I did this because the mirror made me look so thin in the reflection. It was unbelievable. But it was hard to capture that on camera.

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Me at the UFO museum in Roswell, NM.

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Me at a Civil War fort turned museum, near Capitan, NM. Here I'm trying on some civil war re-enactment uniforms.

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Moving gif of me in military action. lol

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Me at a church site in the ruins of a missionary for Indians, at Jemez Mountain, near Los Alamos, NM.

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Postby eurobrat » Sun Aug 31, 2014 10:24 am

Winston wrote:Image


You really should get a new shirt.
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Postby Winston » Sun Aug 31, 2014 10:33 am

Hey I like that shirt. Red and blue are my favorite colors, and I like stripes. People commonly wore that in the 70's. Stop telling me what to do. lol :P
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Postby chanta76 » Sun Aug 31, 2014 6:21 pm

Winston,

Got to lose some weight my man. You look so much older with that extra weight. Besides that good pictures. why not visit NYC I have a drink with you.
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Postby jamesbond » Mon Sep 01, 2014 2:56 am

Winston wrote:Moving gif of me in military action. lol

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Winston, I think you would of made a good soldier in the civil war! :lol:
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Arizona

Postby Travelin Man » Thu Sep 18, 2014 4:57 am

Winston,

I'm coming to Arizona in a few days. Are you still around?
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Postby droid » Thu Sep 18, 2014 5:32 am

Winston wrote:Hey I like that shirt. Red and blue are my favorite colors, and I like stripes. People commonly wore that in the 70's. Stop telling me what to do. lol :P

Horizontal stripes make the wearer look shorter and fatter. Try vertical stripes of a darker color.
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Re: Arizona

Postby Winston » Thu Sep 18, 2014 5:42 am

Travelin Man wrote:Winston,

I'm coming to Arizona in a few days. Are you still around?


No. I left Arizona in June. What will you do there?

droid wrote:Horizontal stripes make the wearer look shorter and fatter. Try vertical stripes of a darker color. Longer hair would look better on you man, buzz cuts are not for everyone, I stubbornly tried that for a period but it didn't really favor me. Instead, the faux-hawk/loose pompidour makes a "phalic symbolism" that's nice and gives one "confidence" haha.


Most people say I look better with shorter hair. Buzz cuts look neat and trim. How come Obama looks good with short hair?

Hair is a pain to deal with. There's a reason why monks and military men get buzz cuts.

I also tend to look good in uniforms and suits for some reason.
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Postby Winston » Mon Sep 22, 2014 1:05 am

Well I've finally booked my ticket back to Asia. I'll be leaving in a few days. Hope you enjoyed my trip reports.

America's nature is great, probably the best. But it's lonely having no one to enjoy it with.

I'll be heading to Taiwan first to visit my parents. Then to Philippines to visit my son and Dianne. And then to China from after that.

That's the game plan. Hope it works this time. Please pray all, that Murphy's Law doesn't get in the way anymore.
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Postby jamesbond » Wed Sep 24, 2014 12:01 pm

Winston wrote:Well I've finally booked my ticket back to Asia. I'll be leaving in a few days. Hope you enjoyed my trip reports.

America's nature is great, probably the best. But it's lonely having no one to enjoy it with.

I'll be heading to Taiwan first to visit my parents. Then to Philippines to visit my son and Dianne. And then to China from after that.

Let us know how things go for you in Taiwan. Try to approach girls when you are there like you did in Russia, Ukraine and the Philippines. :D

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