Bugging Out in Canada

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Bugging Out in Canada

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I see the driver of the bus now obeys the speed limit in towns! :D

Another entertaining video - well done.
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Yes, some crazy little man, with an umbrella, was beating on the head of the driver, demanding he slow down! Name of "Puddles," apparently. Now that I've got this out of my system, perhaps I can turn my attention back to Henley, but that won't be until next weekend at the earliest. The foliage might be turning in Albuquerque to the North, and I'd like to take at least one more dip in the Rio Grande before the weather chills.
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Lost my umbrella, think I left it on a bus somewhere, hope it dosn’t rain.
Couple of pics for you Chops taken from the Rocky Mountain Train in Canada last year.
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Getting on the train at Vancouver

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Wow, what lifelike models ;)
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