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So How Did We Get These Photos Part 2 To The Top?

  • Posted Oct. 17, 2007 by Sherij Viewed 6019 times

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We made it to the top or as far as we can drive 9,500 feet. There was still another 4,933 feet to go by foot!! maybe another day and a warmer day.

Part 3 tomorrow… :) :)

Aahh the 4x4 machine..Love this little SUV.. It has serious power and loads of ground clearence!!

Spotted a Beaver pond on the way up!!

Here we are the top at last!!

Dang them beavers can stop alot of water!! Started snowing on us at 9,500 feet…

Enlarge ……. please and thanks …….The top a nice calm beaver pond!!

This one is for PattyB. Who called me Bev Dolittle.. :)

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    • # Tom

      Ohhhhhh Wow!! Love the shots, started to pick favorites but they are all real cool Thanks

      2007.10.22 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Larisa

      i dont like forest but you gave an another perspective! thanks for sharing

      2007.10.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Tim

      omg this set is simply stunning, I would love to visit that place, would just sit and stare at beaver's job,,,impressive, ty for showing us all this wonders

      2007.10.19 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jannie

      Oh these are spectacular shots! Love this series. Hard to pick a fave, the aspens & the mountains & the pond reflections are all wonderful. I really like the deer shot!

      2007.10.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jon

      what a great adventure! beautiful shots plus the beaver lodge

      2007.10.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lynda

      Oh??I wanted you to continue to the top??on foot. What spectacular scenery.

      2007.10.18 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Angela

      I love going on hikes with you! Thanks! I think of you when I see the 3 deer at dusk on my street when I come home in the evening.

      2007.10.18 Edited Reply Cancel