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    Western States road trip pics 2. Got bandwidth?

    The Mighty Pete headed down to the Napa Valley:





    Cruising NorCal singletrack, Barny and Pete:





    Barny putting the hurt on DGC:



    Highway 1 south of Stinson Beach:



    Running over tourists on the Golden Gate Bridge:



    Temple Mountain, Utah:



    Black Dragon Wash, Utah:



    More 5 Miles Of Heck:



    Velvet Bench, Torrey, Utah:

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    Really great photos my friend, the last 3 have great colour/composition (well they all do, but those particularly). Seeing Pete's bike really makes me wanna get that Mav fork :^) Think I might wait it out and get the singlecrown though...

    Cheers.

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    very cool pics. Looks like you 2 had a great long mtb roadtrip with lots of different types of trails...

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    Good job!

    Super cool- great pictures. Definately some some spots I'll have to explore next time I'm on the road. Also very cool that you were able to hook up with so many mtbr folks!

    I'm having a hard tim re-adjusting after 4 days in Moab so I can only IMAGINE the culture shock you must be going through! Thanks for teh pics, and an excellent daydream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    Velvet Bench, Torrey, Utah:

    Glad to see you made it to Torrey. I'd love to find a way to make a living in that town. Was the riding note worthy? Maybe the wife and I will go stay at the B&B when we get her bike built up.

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    Nice piks.....

    Looks like a great road trip.
    Can't wait when I go in the Fall down towards Utah.
    Love the Road Trips............

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    Wow, gotta be in shape after that trip

    Very nice, and the pics are great.

    What's it going to be, hydro vs mech? If you could only choose one, overall. Thanks

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    Here's another panorama. These are The Goosenecks on the San Juan River, near Mexican Hat, Utah.

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    Great stuff again.
    Trev!

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    Good job! Great shots!!!!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    Here's another panorama. These are The Goosenecks on the San Juan River, near Mexican Hat, Utah.

    Great shots Tscheezy of some beautiful areas. I've done some riding out west mainly in Arizona, gotta love the terrain. What type of camera are you using? I'm looking for something more portable than my Sony 717. Thanks again for sharing the fabulous pics.

    Kevin

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoKev
    What type of camera are you using? I'm looking for something more portable than my Sony 717.
    I use a Canon S330, a 2.1 megapixel digital Elph with a 3x optical zoom (and a 2x digital zoom which I do not use). Pic quality is excellent, camera navigation is easy and powerful, and the thing seems to be pretty robust. I'd buy another in a heart-beat.

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    speaking of camera's...

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    I use a Canon S330, a 2.1 megapixel digital Elph with a 3x optical zoom
    hey tscheezy I stumbled across this, Belkin Digital Camera Link, and thought you might be interested. It would give you an excuse to buy the new 40 gig iPod .
    Last edited by CrashTheDOG; 04-21-2004 at 11:56 AM.

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    For help using the vB code and understanding how to post pretty links, check this out.

    Yeah, a little external hard drive would be sweet for dumping pics onto. I wonder if they will come up with an adapter specifically for the non-base-station iPods like mine (using a Firewire cable)?

    Anyway, I have nearly a gigabyte of CF cards handy. That's like 1,000 pics or more in a 2.1MP camera. After I get my Digital Rebel, I may need a 3GB Microdrive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tscheezy
    After I get my Digital Rebel, I may need a 3GB Microdrive.
    Check this out. Purely cosmetic, but very stylish . Thanks for the link to the vB code.

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    What trail

    Hey Tcscheezy,

    What trail is that for the Napa Valley shots, with Mighty Pete in them.

    Thanx

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    It's maybe kinda sorta "secret". If you can get Pete to tell you, you are golden. I would feel a little weird spilling the beans on one of his favorites. I don't know if I'm being overly cautious, but I would feel better if you asked him directly. Sorry.
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    I understand, no worries.

    May be going to Napa with the S.O. and just trying to get my trail list worked out and that stuff looked pretty sweet.

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