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Old 12-27-2015, 08:18 AM   #21
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Monument Valley after seeing Stagecoach and The Searchers.
+1. It was fun sitting on a horse in the same spot as John Wayne.

The wilderness is calling and I must go.
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Dw made me take her to Tahiti, Fiji & Rarotonga to celebrate her surviving cancer surgery some years back, cause of trip selection was watching South Pacific too many times.

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In early October my husband and I traveled to Lone Pine, California specifically to attend their annual film festival celebrating the hundreds of films and TV shows made in the spectacular Alabama Hills at the foot of Mt. Whitney. The area is mainly known for Westerns, but was also used for Gunga Din, Tremors, Gladiator, Django Unchained, and Star Trek Generations. The film festival included a number of tours to sites used for famous scenes. The area is just spectacular, but the film angle added another dimension to this trip.

On a trip to the UK, we set our itinerary to allow us to visit Highclere Castle, the location of Downton Abbey. Couldn't get enough of it, we were the last people to leave! Of course, Stonehenge and Bath are close by.

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