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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-01-2015, 04:13 PM Thread Starter
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where's LEVE

Yep, it's time to play again....

Today's hint:

1. Yes, I am at the top of a mountain, where's LEVE?
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 08-01-2015, 05:00 PM
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I do not know where you are, but I'm glad to hear from you.

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Better question, WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN?

I almost started a “where's LEVE” to see if anybody had heard from you but not many around anymore.

What’s an old man doing at the top of a mountain? Just from your age, I’ll guess you didn’t climb up there and you’re not wearing climbing gear. Let me google “mountains with escalators” and I’ll get back to you.

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Could it be as easy as Pike’s Peak?

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Pike's Peak! That's a good guess...but you're a little afar off. Mountain Men of old would have loved this place at least once a year, or so. They'd trade everything they had to get here...

As for climbing, I could have done it in 9 or 10 days with air-dropped food and drink.. but then, I didn't have to... thank goodness. I would have died climbing back down... The view was wonderful.

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Pike's Peak! That's a good guess...but you're a little afar off. Mountain Men of old would have loved this place at least once a year, or so. They'd trade everything they had to get here...

As for climbing, I could have done it in 9 or 10 days with air-dropped food and drink.. but then, I didn't have to... thank goodness. I would have died climbing back down... The view was wonderful.
Let's just start in general geographical areas... Somewhere in Washington State?


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Let's just start in general geographical areas... Somewhere in Washington State?
311 views and no one really wants to play? I'm sad.

OlllllllOCJ, a good guess; but wrong... It is interesting you say that. I've lived on the ocean, on Hood Canal, by Puget Sound, in the Cascades and in extreme Eastern Washington. This area, and the surrounding areas seem somewhat like many of the places I lived in Washington State. I feel at home here, except there's no ocean.

I'll reward you with another hint. It's the only place I know of where you can be on a mountain top and in a hole at the same time. Yeah, it's kind of like that Buddhist "one hand clapping" riddle.
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Pierre's Hole, Idaho, near an area now called Teton Basin or Teton Valley

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I'll let you two figure this out while I sleep.

I'm very sure that it's not a now defunct drag strip that was near LA.

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Pierre's Hole, Idaho, near an area now called Teton Basin or Teton Valley
That is a very good guess... I was there recently. The Teton Valley is one of my favorite places in the world. 2 of my kids spent a long time going to college in that valley. Going down from Ashton to Driggs reminds me so much of HW27 in Eastern Washington.

Stay tuned tomorrow for another clue.

Dale, don't loose sleep over this!
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