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    Ha ha! Yes we hear that weird sound every day. It scared me at first when I was taking its pictures but stood there trembling and succeeded in taking a few shots.

    Hey I did it! Thanks for the help.
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    Yes, I remember seeing this picture before. Your grandfather had a wonderful collection of books. Thanks for sharing. How do you reduce a picture to thumbnail?

    Itís our neighborís peacock and very beautiful bird. It took those pictures when it visited our house.
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    Smilez and hugz to You!!

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    Alright! I guess I've no choice but to wait.
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    I started reading War and Peace to boast around but gradually my interest developed in the story of higher Russian society, the thing I found common in Anna Karenina (Iím boasting again?)
    So are you drawing/sketching something new these days?
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    Thanks and Not yet. Drafting. Expect I will be here on and off, but want to be round more often. Good to hear from you too!
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    My pleasure! I simply expressed what I really felt.

    Iím glad you mentioned War and Peace. Iíve lost my interest in the book soon after the death of of Andrei Bolkonsky (I know it sounds a bit silly). Iím curious how did you manage to get through this novel?

    By the way I already know about these two characteristics; in fact I was born with them. (Just joking hehe. )
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    Oh, thanks for the details, it seems a place worth visiting. And it does look similar to Murree. Are alpine regions of the western U.S related to the Rockies of North America?

    Murree is not the highest point of this region. There are many considerably higher mountain ranges and peaks in the country such as K2 and Nanga Parbat.
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    Well! Wikipedia syas it's located in the north-west Himalayas at an average altitude of 2,291 metres (7,516 ft). I don't know much about alpine regions of U.S. Sorry! Would you tell me more about it?
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    Hi, Iím back and posted few pictures here.

    I noticed you changed your profile page; this new background looks wonderful as ever.
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About Gilliatt Gurgle
Favorite Author:
Victor Hugo and Oliver Goldsmith
Favorite Book:
Toilers of the Sea, The Traveler and The Deserted Village
Name: Gilliatt Gurgle, married with one son. Interest in books and reading began the day my mother and I discovered my Grandfather's WW I footlocker. Inside was a treasure of numerous novels and books of poetry.
Reading of course, photography, outdoor contemplator, camping/ hiking, watercolor/drawing, wood/metal work, coin/stamp collecting, - a little bit of everything.
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