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Found it AnnikaDK found Sliding with the Devil

Sunday, May 1, 2011Montana

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Vores fund nr. #3300 @ 20:20.

Thanx for this one.
It has been 2 long cold days in Yellowstone.

Our trip started in LA 2 weeks ago, and we have been places too hot, and here too cold ;)
It's not easy...

Beautiful place and well... damn D...
Hope we got all in yellow accepted, so this one can be a round one :D

Thanx for this and other we have found of yours.

TFTC from Denmark

This entry was edited by Kold&Mus on Tuesday, 10 May 2011 at 08:29:44 UTC.

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