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    Chunky Fun at 10,000'

    How do you cool down at higher altitudes, without having to sit in mountain traffic for three hours?

    Head up to Nederland and the Sourdough trail.





    Tim and Stephanie joined me on an excursion to easy street. Well, by easy street, I mean high country without the traffic. The trail wasn't easy street.

    Who likes the chunk?

    We like the chunk!



    Sourdough was extra loosey goosey today!. The recent downpours have moved things around just enough to make it interesting.

    We made it an out and back to Brainard Lake. Not a serious amount of mileage, but it's a grunt of a climb when you factor in the rocks.





    Stephanie was really ratcheting up her "A" game. The log overs were all business!





    There were quite a few downed trees, but another patroller out that day, was making some good progress with a hand saw.

    We took a few food breaks, before hightailing it back down to beat the thunderstorms. We started the car and the heavens opened up. PERFECT!


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    high definition picture...love your post.

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    Nice! Great pic's as always, feel like I'm right there with you guys

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    Awesome chunkiness!

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    Nice pictures although the Nederland name caught me a bit off guard. Seems some people thought it would be funny to name their town after a whole country in Europe.

    Nederland is the dutch way of writing the Netherlands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhartsuiker View Post
    Nice pictures although the Nederland name caught me a bit off guard. Seems some people thought it would be funny to name their town after a whole country in Europe.

    Nederland is the dutch way of writing the Netherlands.
    LOL.

    Yeah, but this Nederland has a frozen dead guy.

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    Heck yeah, looks like a blast!

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