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    This place needs an enema
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    Out with it.

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    January 2010, western Colorado.

    Enjoy,

    MC

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    Lighten up.
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    Love it. All of it, music included.

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    Well man, so..."that was really, really good" would be kind of an understatement. :-)

    Kool...

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    :applause:

    Inspired.
    Just a regular guy.

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    Awesome!

    My Girlfriend and I just got back from Colorado on Wednesday. We stayed in Denver and made a trip to Estes Park and Colorado Springs also.

    One of the days we went to Colorado Springs we drove to the top of Pikes Peak. I have to say that was one of the most memorable experiences of my life. Beauty like no other...

    Here's a few pics of my favorite part of the trip...

    Pikes Peak in the background


    The summit of Pikes Peak...14,110 feet!!!


    A beautiful and calm view from the Peak


    We didn't have our dog with us, but I had this guy following me around at the midway point up the Peak, lol


    More pictures here...https://www.flickr.com/photos/113670...7623140666127/

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    is buachail foighneach me
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    Awesome photos Mike. I'm liking the slideshow setup. Very convenient for all parties involved.

    trrubicon, that fox looks like he's trying to say, "Alright, you took my damned picture, now give me some fuggin food already!"

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    Yea, he seriously was following me up to the halfway shop when I went in to the bathroom. My girlfriend said he sat at the door until I came out. I'm sure people feed him, but they shouldn't. He could come too dependent on the people for food and then the few months out of the year when it's slow he won't get any.

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    Wow

    God, that was great.

    Winter riding has really changed my outlook about winter. As I sped along to middle age, I was dreading the winter cold, snow mess, shoveling...etc.. Suddenly, now, the winter is too short, the temps are too warm. The adventures are too short.

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    Very nice! You are a great photographer.
    Seadog

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    PUG U!!!
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    Sweet!!!!

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    Mesmerising. Thank you for yet another wonderful set of images.

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    Wow - thanks!

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    nice man!!!
    Bike nyc

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    Good job!

    Thanks for sharing Mike, as a former resident of Wyoming I always love to revisit the Mountains, even if it is just a pictorial video. Now I want to go out and get a good digital camera instead of a Fatback.

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    Beautiful slideshow

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    Nice photos. That closeup of the surface hoar is great. (Although it's setting up for some nasty avy conditions going forward).

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