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Old Aug 6, 2007, 12:25 AM   #51
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This one I call chow time.

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Of all pict posted in this thread so far, this one is undisputedly a 'boring' picture . Actually, it is a full blown boring action (bore a hole on your skin if I am correct).

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Actually boring a hole in the web between my thumb and fore finger. I just thought it fit the theme!


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Old Aug 6, 2007, 12:28 AM   #52
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My mook jong.

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Took a lot of boring to make it 26 years ago.

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Of course.....That is what my mind first grabbed on...What is in those cabinets....

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Microfilms of records. It was taken at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.

This wasjust one row of one floor of films in the library. And, there are multitudes more in the granite vault in the mountain. I think they have close to 3 million microfilms. Not to mention all the microfiche and books they have.
I had a great uncle named Burley Bowers that was a Morman. He researched the Bowers family line as far back as anyone has so far.

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Old Aug 6, 2007, 7:37 AM   #56
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I had a great uncle named Burley Bowers that was a Morman. He researched the Bowers family line as far back as anyone has so far.

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I'm not actually Mormon. I'm Catholic. That's the great thing about the Mormons, though. They are willing to share all the records they've found with anyone for a very reasonable fee. I have my maiden name back to the mid 1600's and we're stuck.
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One more boring picture at the moment.* I think the only reason why I really like this one is that the color appeals to me.* It's actually an accident - I had been playing around with my K10 in low incandescent lighting (custom white balance set), then later on read about someone having trouble with their K10's flash.* I just can't seem to get a handle on good flash photography so hardly ever use mine.* Thought I'd just make sure mine worked, so I aimed it at my back door, which had no light on it at all so all of the light was from the onboard flash.* Oooops!
Incidentally I was doing the same thing yesterday. My color was so-so compared with that of Harriot

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Yours is much more interesting than my modern deadbolt, Daniel!
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Yours is much more interesting than my modern deadbolt, Daniel!
Nice one Daniel.

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Old Aug 6, 2007, 10:41 AM   #60
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I had a great uncle named Burley Bowers that was a Morman. He researched the Bowers family line as far back as anyone has so far.

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I'm not actually Mormon. I'm Catholic. That's the great thing about the Mormons, though. They are willing to share all the records they've found with anyone for a very reasonable fee. I have my maiden name back to the mid 1600's and we're stuck.
I have a great aunt that traced the Skinner line back to the 1200's. She did this back in the 1930's.

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