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Old 03-29-2011, 08:28 PM   #31
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Re: Spring 2011

There's a **** eating grin, if I ever saw one.

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Old 03-29-2011, 09:07 PM   #32
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Re: Spring 2011

That picture was concocted by a fellow photographer in PhotoShop. He combined a picture I took of Pam Anderson, sitting on Kid Rock's lap, with a head shot of me to create that moment.

Actually, the real moment ended sort of abruptly when I suggested, for another picture of the loving couple, that Pam lean over Kid Rock from behind with a breast on each side of his head.

That ended the photo session.

Prior to that, I spent half an hour in the bed room with Pam while the reporter interviewed Kid Rock. The rules were that I couldn't shoot him during the interview so I was forced to make small talk with Pam as she lounged on the bed. At the end of the interview, they posed for the only picture anybody would get.


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Old 03-30-2011, 08:43 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by escape artist
Hi: Sandra L... I've heard that you almost need "Web'd feet" on the "Wet coast". Alf
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You've got that right! I took a peek at the Sacramento River this past week-end and it was the highest I've seen in years. Some of the river homes had their ground level garages filled with water. Most have learned that to keep a home dry there it has to be on piers and some brighter ones have even perched theirs higher that the levee. Some of the campgrounds have had to be vacated. The "Suite Escape" I think would float if caught in a rising river situation.
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Old 03-30-2011, 08:52 PM   #34
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The "Suite Escape" I think would float if caught in a rising river situation.
I think you are right Sandra.....one reason it does such a good job of keeping moisture "IN" as well. I believe it's been said a couple of times, ...one of the keys is to keep some vent open to allow moisture to escape before it condenses.

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