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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-12-2014, 02:33 PM Thread Starter
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Default Ridge-walking in the White Goat

A couple weeks ago, Sodbuster and I spent a couple nights at Cline Pass where we did a ridge walk overlooking the Valley of the Lakes. I've received a few requests for more information through Flickr, so I thought I'd post a link to my blog HERE. In summary, it sucked and no one should go there, ever.


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Nice photos on your blog! I totally didn't get the sarcasm in your post and was thinking, after having been there myself last year, "what the heck is he talking about!?"

It is one of my favorites!
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Nice photos on your blog! I totally didn't get the sarcasm in your post and was thinking, after having been there myself last year, "what the heck is he talking about!?"

It is one of my favorites!
Lol. Yeah I think the secrets out now anyways. I counted 13 tents in Cataract Meadows on Sunday morning of the long weekend. It's near the top of my list too.
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Awesome photo; this is one amazing and beautiful landscape.

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Honestly - why did I lug a camera up there?? I did get a photo of the goat and her kid though I guess. [B)]

I really like that video at the end of the link - I'm inspired to try more stuff with my camera work. Dav makes it look pretty easy but of course it is not!
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Wow! Unbelievable photos from a rugged area!
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Looks nice up there! I'll try to avoid the area though...
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Thanks Dav. You helped cinch up my plans for the second week in Sept.
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Thanks Dav. You helped cinch up my plans for the second week in Sept.
You're welcome, have a good trip to the Rockies!
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