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05/08/2004 10:54:08 PM · #1
Any fellow DPCers in the Denver metro area? I think it would be fun to do a T-Rex study.
(for those of you that don't know, T-Rex is the name of the Interstate 25 project...has made a total mess of Denver).
05/08/2004 11:09:18 PM · #2
And which wreck do you want to shoot, A old bridge falling, or maybe the Barn Swallows/Buffaloes on the new sound barriers. I just like to get through the stretch without getting killed. But it might be interesting. Van
05/08/2004 11:12:56 PM · #3
:)...I was going to enter a shot of it for the "orange" challenge...had a nice pic of the road cone storage area near 25 and Hampden
05/08/2004 11:14:33 PM · #4
*shudder* You are giving me horrible flashbacks.

That's the one thing I soooooooooo do not miss.

--Clara...Cone, cone on the rangeeeeeee!
05/08/2004 11:22:32 PM · #5
Originally posted by Lafaminit:

:)...I was going to enter a shot of it for the "orange" challenge...had a nice pic of the road cone storage area near 25 and Hampden


You have road cones in Colorado too? They're the Pennsylvania state flower! Many people think it's the NJ state flower, but it's not. The New Jersey state flower is the Concrete Cloverleaf.

-Terry
05/08/2004 11:27:20 PM · #6
Originally posted by ClubJuggle:

The New Jersey state flower is the Concrete Cloverleaf.

-Terry

What an aMAZEing coincidence ...
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05/08/2004 11:34:09 PM · #7
mock not the monstrosity known as...T-Rex. T-Rex makes all other construction pale in comparision.

YEARS of non-stop cones on the major interstate going North/South through the biggest city in Colorado. Every time I'm home the exit for the airport changes.

Rex is so cool he even has his own website...

//www.trexproject.com/

Top that! :)

--Clara
05/08/2004 11:36:10 PM · #8
Two words: Mixing Bowl

-Terry
05/09/2004 12:07:43 AM · #9
Hey, T-Rex is costing state employee JOBS in southern Colorado (where 115 is still the big hang up). Trying to get from South to North is a death-defying act!!!!!!!!
05/09/2004 12:44:40 AM · #10
I just moved back to the Denver area! Still getting acclimated and still trying to find a job. But, you can count me in, I bet we could put some Colorado Rocky Style into T-Rex!
05/09/2004 12:48:56 AM · #11
Originally posted by ClubJuggle:

Originally posted by Lafaminit:

:)...I was going to enter a shot of it for the "orange" challenge...had a nice pic of the road cone storage area near 25 and Hampden


You have road cones in Colorado too? They're the Pennsylvania state flower! Many people think it's the NJ state flower, but it's not. The New Jersey state flower is the Concrete Cloverleaf.

-Terry


:rofl!!!
05/09/2004 12:54:14 AM · #12
My first portfolio submission of the Colorado area. I'm soooo glad to be back.

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Cherry Creek Trail Head, Overlooking Denver Tech Center and The Rockies.
05/09/2004 01:25:23 AM · #13
Here in Wisconsin we have only 2 seasons every year- Winter and Road Construction.
05/09/2004 03:33:24 AM · #14
Stop to take pics of it? NO WAY!! I go around Denver and that traffic if I can help it! (C:
Can't stand that traffic stuff. Guess that is the hick, country boy in me though. LOL Can handle going 15 mph behind a tractor for a mile, but not other cars and the insane drivers. heehee
Left a comment for ya Oly

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05/09/2004 09:42:44 AM · #15
Originally posted by Olympian:

My first portfolio submission of the Colorado area. I'm soooo glad to be back.

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Cherry Creek Trail Head, Overlooking Denver Tech Center and The Rockies.


geez...you were about 1/2 mile from my house when you took that picture. Stop by next time ;)
05/09/2004 09:53:12 AM · #16
Originally posted by ClubJuggle:

Two words: Mixing Bowl

-Terry


Having driven both...I'll take the Mixing Bowl any day of the week. I haven't nearly been killed there yet.

--Clara
05/09/2004 01:12:05 PM · #17
We are going back for a picnic today! Come one, come all. Happy Mothers Day!

Originally posted by Lafaminit:

Originally posted by Olympian:

My first portfolio submission of the Colorado area. I'm soooo glad to be back.

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Cherry Creek Trail Head, Overlooking Denver Tech Center and The Rockies.


geez...you were about 1/2 mile from my house when you took that picture. Stop by next time ;)
05/09/2004 02:38:46 PM · #18
Originally posted by fsteddy:

Here in Wisconsin we have only 2 seasons every year- Winter and Road Construction.


You have winter? Here in Los Angeles, we don't even get that break! It's contstant road construction, all the time. I hear your pain out in Denver, but you guys can at least identify the "major highway" that runs through the city. In Los Angeles, we have about a dozen "major highways" running right through the city, and they are all under construction somewhere at any given time.
05/14/2004 09:34:28 AM · #19
Originally posted by ClubJuggle:

Originally posted by Lafaminit:

:)...I was going to enter a shot of it for the "orange" challenge...had a nice pic of the road cone storage area near 25 and Hampden


You have road cones in Colorado too? They're the Pennsylvania state flower! Many people think it's the NJ state flower, but it's not. The New Jersey state flower is the Concrete Cloverleaf.

-Terry


Don't quote me, but, I actually think those orange cones are the North Carolina state flower...and I'm almost positive those huge orange and white barrells are our state tree...

Vanessa
CJ/FRBL GC '05
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