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tonyguitar's Gallery Comments
Just got through watching and listening to the ' fretless barroom girls' on you tube. It's an excellent ballad of the ledgend of the Beaver. I also watched the complex start up routine for a Dehavilland Beaver cold with Jim the pilot. Primer pressure pump up, check oil cap and locked. Secure primer and lock. On with red master switch. Move the mixture lever all the way forward. Pump the left lever 5 or 6 times. [Don't know what the middle lever is for.] Guess the two left levers are engine speed. Then with the master on, we hit the start switch for 5 or 6 revs then hit the mags for both and the engine catches. The props are pulling and moving forward. Whew; what a routine. now we just have to take off and fly the Beaver. More fun. TG
Seems the horse is reared up the way I see it. This type of rock face can deliver very big slides. Similar to the one near Hope BC where highway 3 was cut off for quite some time. The light on this crisp clear rocky scene makes it look very rugged. I hear that Washington state fire...[Stickpin fire], is only two or three miles from the BC border. I hope the smoke thins out for you so your holiday goes well. TG