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Adam Bannister

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Syl
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Welcome back Adam. I know where most of your photos were taken…I’ve travelled the USA many many times.

Kym Hibbard
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Adam! How beautiful! It was such a joy to know you were here in our country, we were all feeling your presence. We know the pull to Africa and hope to meet you back there someday soon! Big love to you! Tam & Kym

Adam Bannister
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Wonderful to hear that you are both doing well. I hope to see you again… and sooner rather than later

Denise M.
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Well it would be cheating if I were to guess 😉 And just think, there are so many more places to see here in this beautiful country. When you return, you must visit Seattle as well.

Not long till part of our little tribe will be back to your part of the world!!! I’m so excited…glad you had a wonderful trip here and see you in June!!!

Big hug,
Denise

Adam Bannister
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Denise you are going to have a magical time in South Africa…only 8 weeks away now !

Sandy Johnson
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Number 1 looks like Louisiana, but definitely somewhere in the South. Several were taken in Arizona including Monument Valley and Grand Canyon and number 13 has got to be New Orleans. You picked some great spots.

Adam Bannister
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Well done Sandy

Karen
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I will take a guess at a few at your beautiful pictures: #4 Grand Canyon (southern rim), #6 Glen Canyon Bridge in Coconino County, Arizona (crossing the Colorado River), and #10 Upper Antelope area – Big Bend in the Colorado River near Page, Arizona.

Adam Bannister
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You got those 3 right 🙂

Michael Klauber
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Ok, Just I few that I think I can guess quickly:

#1 – Bayou country, Louisiana
#4 – Grand Canyon, Arizona (Rafted the Colorado river there twice!)
#6 – Lee’s Ferry at the Grand Canyon below Glen Canyon dam
#13 – Jackson Square, New Orleans

I’ll keep thinking!

Adam Bannister
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Im impressed Michael with you getting number one and thirteen.

Kk
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Looks like a great trip.
Hmm
No1 : Either the NE or SE?
No2: Sedona
No 3- possibly Sedona or a bit north ?
No 4- Grand Canyon or Utah?
No 5-Highway 89 winding its way close to Utah?
No6-Bridge over Colorado river close to the AZ/Utah border.
No 7: Close to the UT border on the way to Lee’s Ferry-did you do the rafting trip in the canyon?
No8/9: Close to the UT /AZ border again or possibly in Utah?
No10: Hmm I think in UT or Nevada?
No11: Los Angeles?
No 12: Tecahapi??
No 13:No idea!!

Adam Bannister
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Kk that is a very good effort. Just a couple of holes which i think others can fill now!

Diane
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#4 is clearly the Grand Canyon.

Adam Bannister
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Who can get number 12?

Sandy Johnson
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Desert of California?

Aimee Tallian
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Hey Adam! Those pictures are really wonderful. I am glad you had a good time in the states and it looks like you went to some sweet spots. Next time, however, you will have to make it out to Montana!

AT

Judy Guffey
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“… I certainly have not lost the bite that pulls me back to Africa. It is exceptionally hard to explain what the bite is, but it is contagious. I love it! I can’t wait to see the animals again.”

It’s been 27 years since we lived in South Africa but the pull is still there.

Hey…you missed Hawai’i….the antipode of Botswana :>)

Janet Littlejohn
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Had I known you were heading “state-side” … Our door is always open…In North Carolina!

Adam Bannister
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Very kind of you thank you!

missy hooton
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Absolutely stunning photos, Adam… wow! Really looking forward to seeing you again soon, my friend xo

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