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kohldad

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Posted: 01/17/19 06:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

So glad you took the time to let us hike along with you. I know it's a lot of work and I really do appreciate it.

Safe travels.


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Fantastic. I appreciate the solitude you convey. Been on hunts out that way, always beautiful.


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Winter camping is fun. Hope alls well.


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Posted: 01/18/19 09:53am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Dave, I didn't think it was possible, but your photography just keeps getting better and better. Fan-fword-tastic!

Definitely different county than the mountains, and canyons of Az and Ut, but just as amazing to travel.

One question: where's the sled??? So the dogs can pull you home in case of a real snow storm (which was a real possibility).


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Hello ol Friends. Boy it's a set of happy eyes to see some of you still here with those great replies. Thank you thank you! Hey I can take no credit for pictures, there is no photography involved hah. I just have a better camera and discovered the kit lens is better than the one I bought to use, who knew? Now I have a lens to sell.
And you're right Cal, I need a sled though I don't think lil Bailey would be much help pulling my butt out of the snow. I could use one on the hills though.

See ya Guys!!

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Amazing! Beautiful! Thank you!

Whazoo remains the king of trip reports :-)


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I am always amazed too see where you end up, thanks for the trip. You're second set of twins look like they enjoy the trips as much as we do. Thank you again.

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Cool trip, Whaz. You make even the starkest, coldest environment look inviting. How'd he do that? Oh....Photo Shop with a lot of talent and application.
regards, as always, jefe


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I work the highways out there in the Owyhees. The next time a plow cruises by be sure to wave! It is so stark and beautiful! What a place to spend my days as I inch closer to retirement. You have a wonderful eye for pics and the trip reports capture the essence and feeling I get when I am out there. It would be easy to spend years exploring all the nooks and crannies There are times when you wonder whether any one else has ever seen what you are looking at.

Thanks for the 20 minute tour through some awesome scenery. Can't wait for the next installment!


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Wahzoo,

Still stepping high over those cold rock I see. Photo dump away, my friend! I never grow tired of your absolutely stunning photos.

Thanks again for dragging me along.

All the best,

Bill

* This post was edited 01/20/19 02:35pm by Eugarps *

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