What is your favorite (or call it "greatest") bioregion in the world?

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  • brianluxbrianlux Moving through All Kinds of Terrain.Posts: 28,480
    brianlux said:
    RYME said:
    Hi! said:
    RYME said:
    I loved every minute of it
    This is what it looks like between the ears of a mule. ;)

    And then at the end of the day you know there's that lodge there.  If the riders had a good time you go to the bar afterwards and they buy you drinks. There's a special shot & you keep the shotglass and it says I survived the Grand Canyon I don't know what's in it amaretto and something else??  But its good times.  And every evening the guests want to go celebrate with the guides they were with. I met a lot of great people from all around the globe
    I know exactly what you're talking about as to where you were camping me and my buddies camped there a few times just for the heck of it yeah it was great.
    Loved seeing those Kaibab squirrels.
    Seeing the Grand Canyon is really the only item on my bucket list(I don’t have a bucket list but if I did). My goal is to take Route 66 down there in the next couple of years. No way I’m riding a mule that damn close to the edge though lol. Must of been amazing.
     =) 
    There has not been a mule related fatality in the Grand Canyon  in over a hundred years on either rim. 15 people on average die in the Grand Canyon hiking.  So you would never ride a mule that close to the edge, I would never go without a mule.
    Some people get heat stroke, dehydration heart attacks some people aren't watching where they're going while taking pictures you know,,,,woops..
    You don't have to fall down a whole mile to kick the bucket, 30 feet can do plenty.
    You don't have to be a really good rider either.  Those mules are well-trained and sturdy.
    You'll just be a little sore at the end of the day between your thighs.  But I highly recommend it and don't forget to go to the bar afterwards and get your
    (I MULED GRAND CANYON shot) & keep the glass.... B)
    Imagine...

    ...the sound of a ticking clock.  One Brian Lux enters the screen and climbs aboard a mule.  Cut to the next scene and said mule is ambling along, heading downward into the Grand Canyon, it's rider is sweating bullets.  Cut to next scene and suddenly a sidewinder rattler shimmies past said mule which bucks sending its rider flying into the void.  The sound of screaming fades out as the screen fades to black.

    Over one hundred years, eh?  With my luck... :lol: 
    @brianlux

    If you have a mule accident they have a crack medical rescue team that will get up the canyon gently. 


    Oh, well in that case... :lol: 
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  • RYMERYME Wisconsin Posts: 1,527
    edited May 10
    RYME said:
    Hi! said:
    RYME said:
    I loved every minute of it
    This is what it looks like between the ears of a mule. ;)

    And then at the end of the day you know there's that lodge there.  If the riders had a good time you go to the bar afterwards and they buy you drinks. There's a special shot & you keep the shotglass and it says I survived the Grand Canyon I don't know what's in it amaretto and something else??  But its good times.  And every evening the guests want to go celebrate with the guides they were with. I met a lot of great people from all around the globe
    I know exactly what you're talking about as to where you were camping me and my buddies camped there a few times just for the heck of it yeah it was great.
    Loved seeing those Kaibab squirrels.
    Seeing the Grand Canyon is really the only item on my bucket list(I don’t have a bucket list but if I did). My goal is to take Route 66 down there in the next couple of years. No way I’m riding a mule that damn close to the edge though lol. Must of been amazing.
     =) 
    There has not been a mule related fatality in the Grand Canyon  in over a hundred years on either rim. 15 people on average die in the Grand Canyon hiking.  So you would never ride a mule that close to the edge, I would never go without a mule.
    Some people get heat stroke, dehydration heart attacks some people aren't watching where they're going while taking pictures you know,,,,woops..
    You don't have to fall down a whole mile to kick the bucket, 30 feet can do plenty.
    You don't have to be a really good rider either.  Those mules are well-trained and sturdy.
    You'll just be a little sore at the end of the day between your thighs.  But I highly recommend it and don't forget to go to the bar afterwards and get your
    (I MULED GRAND CANYON shot) & keep the glass.... B)
    Imagine...

    ...the sound of a ticking clock.  One Brian Lux enters the screen and climbs aboard a mule.  Cut to the next scene and said mule is ambling along, heading downward into the Grand Canyon, it's rider is sweating bullets.  Cut to next scene and suddenly a sidewinder rattler shimmies past said mule which bucks sending its rider flying into the void.  The sound of screaming fades out as the screen fades to black.

    Over one hundred years, eh?  With my luck... :lol: 
    @brianlux

    If you have a mule accident they have a crack medical rescue team that will get up the canyon gently. 


    Thats awsome!!
    And you get to hear someone playing that Titanic tune on a recorder.... that's pretty rad man!!! And. then you throw your huge dimond that's worth million$  into that huge abyss a mile down while you're being dragged out lof there letting go of the past....That diamond is falling fast and gracefully down past the walls of the canyon until it suddenly smacks some unsuspecting hiker in the head way the hell down there. And he says "Dammit ouch!!  That's going to leave a  f****** mark!!!  Picks it up and says "Holy s*** I'm rich!!!"
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