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    Frozen toes.

    I quick ride this morning from the door and around the Boulder Reservoir. It was wet and cold but the mud wasn't all that bad.




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    Nice!

    Awesome shots Rich!

    I think that I might ditch my Aircast boot and try that 'thar Pitcher Rock trail tomorrow...

    Looks like you guys got more snow than we did up here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by daveM
    Awesome shots Rich!

    I think that I might ditch my Aircast boot and try that 'thar Pitcher Rock trail tomorrow...

    Looks like you guys got more snow than we did up here!
    Glad you are recovering enough to leave the shoe. Need a ride buddy?

    It was weird to see the foothills dry while there is a coating on the low elevations.
    Last edited by lidarman; 11-30-2008 at 02:00 PM.

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    The shot of the flatirons and their reflections is one of the best I have seen of dem 'thar hills.

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    that last shot is sweet - the light has a very surreal quality - nicely done!
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    Great pics!

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    Wooo! For a second I thought you did what I did !

    I almost lost 3 toes many years ago after this trip back in '75. The red streaks are from where the film shattered in the < -20F temps and I had to hand unload the film, after dark, in my sleeping bag, into what I hoped would be a light tight container.(Which wasn't)




    Glad your toes were just 'cold'

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    More of your crappy pics? Sheesh.


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    Quote Originally Posted by onbelaydave
    I almost lost 3 toes many years ago after this trip back in '75. The red streaks are from where the film shattered in the < -20F temps and I had to hand unload the film, after dark, in my sleeping bag, into what I hoped would be a light tight container.(Which wasn't)




    Glad your toes were just 'cold'
    Damn that looks cold...

    We had much nicer weather.



    Although we REALLY should have had a rope...

    Last edited by SkaredShtles; 12-03-2008 at 10:05 AM.

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