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Batman Goes New Melones In Calaveras

WOKE UP VERY EARLY FOR A DAY TRIP to Columbia National Park.  The journey took us three hours to reach but we stopped at several towns to have a look-see... 
Come on, jump into the car if anyone dares!  After all, its not everyday I am Batman....
Hahaaaaa.....
Let's Fly.... Go!!
The Mustang can Fly!!
Stopover after two hours drive...
New Melones Lake... 
Heard it is a dam but now it is drought season...
Water has receded...
Love the scenery despite the Heat!!
Quickly took a few pictures before running back into the car...
Come, let's get back into the car....
Next destination... Columbia National Park!





Comments

  1. Wah syok loh! Get to drive the 'Stang! When you drive muscle cars like this one, the destination doesn't matter anymore! I go US so many times, every time request also said not available!

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  2. Wahhhh!!!! Nice Batmobile... Too bad it wasn't black. :D

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  3. Look at that hot gal next to the sexy Ford Mustang!!

    I have sat in one few times that belonged to a Thai Mafia's nephew in US!!! He raced like a batman too until my chicken heart flew out.

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  4. Ada gaya lah! I can that it was a hot day :)

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  5. Wow! Shiok! I also want to sit in that xar.

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  6. Wow, jadi batman, ada gaya sikit, hahaha...Wish I can join you for the ride.

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  7. wah really shyiok leh going here and there.. one week only less than a day working but the rest of the days playing!!! I wonder what's the temperature over there in the summer?? probably still not as bad as here??

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  8. It is indeed very hot... The temperature is around 80-100 degrees ... I nearly fell sick yesterdy due to the heat...

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  9. I'm so like the car, it's so cool...

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  10. wow, nice t-shirt with a gorgeous car. you look great!

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  11. Happy life la now!! :-) haha! looks very great! How's the ride on the Stang?

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