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    Happy 4th of July Everyone !!!

    Sometimes I don't feel as though I'm that patriotic. However, seeing the Flag at the top of a peak gets me thinking about what it all means and why we are here and able to enjoy what we want to do. Here's to us, Americans, and part of the greatest nation in the history of the world.

    Happy Birthday USA...





    Oh, and to celebrate we went to Palmer Park...



    Shawn pretty much recovered...



    Killer lines...





    We couldn't control out excitement...




    Have safe and wonderful 4th all...
    Tact is for people not witty enough to be sarcastic...

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    Yes that sure was fun!
    HAPPY 4TH!!!

    If I had known you was gonna use that pic...

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    Nice dude, you guys still suck tho, the flag pic is very cool

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    Great day guys. Thanks for the pics Kurt!!

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    I really wanted to join you guys for that ride. Instead, plans changed, and changed, and changed again. Finally, we went scouting new lines on a mini hike.
    A trail thatís too difficult wouldnít exist because itíd never be used. But, trails can exist thatíre too difficult for you.

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    Cool shots Kurt. I was thinking you would have more distortion at the edges with the wide angle--those shots look great! I'm going to link to them on the Knolly board (with proper credit) if you don't mind...

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    And thank you General Palmer for setting aside the property and giving us that great park.
    He might have been against the masses drinking alcohol, but he loved open space.

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