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Plane found in GOre?

Plane Found in GORE canyon? ANy word?

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what kind of plane? gore sucks when your not high enough, he he...especially when your in a plane!
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I heard a plan that went off radar in april was found in gore canyon....haha.... didn't know the hole story, must a been in there a while.

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I heard it was two guys who were taking a then and know pic of the railroad and found the plane and the skeletons cool...
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My dad sold those guys airplanes and flew with them once upon a year. He said they really should not have been flying that airplane up there at those altitudes. The airplane was an older, slower plane and did not make a whole lot of power.

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Sounds kinda like the way the old guys died in Second Hand Lions, I would way rather go out like that than at an old folks home.
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The old guys die?? Aw man... Have SHL comming on netflicks... Thanks a lot.
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liquidchaos is a dumbass

Yeah, "cool"... Just like when people leave ropes in rapids (same canyon ironicly) that could cause a kayaker to drown and when the fisherman find the skeleton say: "cool".

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Hey Stone Free, Tell your Dad that planes are supposed to fly at altitudes..?
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