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    SMORR Weekend

    A few from our local group spent the weekend at Southern Missouri Offroad Ranch and had a great time. My son, which is 13yo, decided he wanted to use my camera and start taking photos. He took all the photos below. This is his first time using the camera. I think he did great.

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    Looks like a great time. Great job on the pics. Next he'll be showing you how to drive the Jeep

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Looks like a great time. Great job on the pics. Next he'll be showing you how to drive the Jeep
    LOL I was actually waiting for him to ask this weekend.
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    Looks like you had a great time, wish my nephew would do his copilot duties and take pics. Great pics. Makes me want to go back already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Honor2afault View Post
    Looks like you had a great time, wish my nephew would do his copilot duties and take pics. Great pics. Makes me want to go back already.
    After about an hour he wanted to run the whole trail and find good spots for pictures. It was great to see him get so involved with the group.
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    Looks like he has a natural eye for photography, because some of those are pretty good, especially for a 13 year old!!

    Looks like a good time for sure!
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