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post #16 of (permalink) Old 04-17-2007, 12:01 PM
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Great photojourney... I especially like the ponderosa bark shot. [8D]
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Thanks for the great photos,

Its too bad we did not see you over Easter in the Stein possibly we will have an opportunity to run into you on the trail at some point this year,
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Nice stuff, Tim - makes me wanna get back there even more now.
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Great shots Tim,
I really like the cottonwood bark shot.

Lets go Jimbo...
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Add me to the list of "great shots!!!"

Nicely done. I missed that secret cave, that's the one before the staircase isn't it?



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I missed that one as well. Would've loved to know it was there, I really loved the historical, culturally significant aspects to this trail.
Since I've gotten back all I've thought about is how much I'd love to do the traverse!

Great shots BillyGoat, I like the macro of the Ponderosa bark.
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Great shots as usual BG, looks like a very interesting area.
Happy trails,
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It's a little tough to explain the location of the "cave". I can tell you it's between the end of the staircase and TeePee and close to the River. It's also marked with a small rock cairn with a twisted old branch propped up in the middle of it.

There are actually supposed to be quite a few caves like it up on some of the cliffs over-looking the Stein.
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Great trip, well done both of you. Nice pictures as usual.

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Fabulous pictures
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Each one of these photos is just magnificent.
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post #27 of (permalink) Old 04-21-2007, 05:40 PM
 
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Hey Tim,Jen.Awesome pics like usual.Was in there 3 years ago with the Back to the wack outdoor club My new wife and i are going to try and concentrate time in Nahatlatch area this year fishing and looking for places to fly.!!!!!!!I LOVE THIS PROVINCE !!!!!!!TERRY K [^] [8D] P.S : Seen a black bear just north of the Stein last year ,that had just a tinge of blonde in it.Like i said I LOVE THIS PROVINCE
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