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    Default The quarry


    Martino ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/martino_ ) and myselve went away to enjoy a good weekend with sun, beer, bbq and great locations.
    Driving from one location to the other Martino noticed this quarry.
    He really really wanted to see this one, so i had to drive to it, otherwise he kept nagging about it.. ;-)
    But, it was really worth while!

    Bart
    www.urban-travel.org

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    I'm glad Martino nagged you to see this. I love quarries...it's a nice one too. :)
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