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What I want to know is whether the little boy is looking away in disgust because Duane the alleged LUger has a Canon hanging from his neck instead of a Leica. Those kids down there are no fools, you know! :-) B. D. - -----Original Message----- From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Dan Post Sent: Thursday, March 30, 2000 10:54 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: [Leica] Canoe trips... George- I had to look! I wanted to see if Duane was a dweeby engineer type you might find around a radio station, or the burly explorer type--- happy to see he appears as a good mix of both, and personable as well!!! Wonderful shots, and beautiful country! The ladies of Otavallo remind me of the Peruvian indian women who wear the little 'derby' hats! As a 'sociologist' of sorts, the history of the people of Central and South America is both fascinating and frightening. From the mighty Inca and Aztec empires to the so-called 'third-world' status they hold today is a warning that no matter how great you are, your empire can crumble! TAKE HEED, SOLMS! I hope you share any further trips you take! Dan (sittin' at home- sittin' at home....) Post > At 06:16 PM 3/29/00 -0800, you wrote: > >It's not much of a web site yet, but for grins, check out some shots > >from my recent whitewater kayaking trip to ecuador: > > > > http://kestrel.alerce.com/ecuador > > > >They're there as momentos of the trip, not because I've pulled out > >particularly worthy photographs (enough excuse making). They're also > >just automated conversions from the PhotoCD scans. > > > >There are even some photos of Duane.... > > > >g.