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post #31 of (permalink) Old 02-17-2004, 01:25 PM
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parque national chile,island of chiloe.(shrine)
uncle is a meterologist,said that chiloe gets
5 days of sun a year,when we got to santiago, he
said to go as the sun was shining,indeed it was.
this is in thailand(midnorth), we cycled
the old ruins, amazing!
this is taken on top of brandywine mt, one
of the best hikes i have done
horses being let out to roam in the evening,
flying U ranch in the chilcotin
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post #32 of (permalink) Old 02-17-2004, 06:54 PM
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Great look'in pooch - got one just like him.
Nice location, Pat!

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Nice location, Pat!
You know I was thinking the other day it would be really interesting to sno shu into the lake. Maybe I'll belly up to the bar at the Sasquatch and see if any of the locals know how far the road is open. Or maybe we should just go sometime, see how far we get. Also Broken Head is quite familiar with the area. There are campsites at the upper lake! Put it on you list for this summer. Didn't get up there last year at all.

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I think the road is in pretty bad shape rite now from what I hurd from a local fisherman last week Pat. Last year the road in had a few bad washouts at the north end of the lake and he said its worse now, he went in by sled. Very intriguing thought though wonder if we could find someone willing to take a few treaders to the end of the lake and pick us up again? hmmm..[8D]

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oriana - your photos of chile and brandywine are mesmerizing. Is that a very small house (dog house perhaps) or very large flowers? I've been to Chile a few times, but never South of Concepcion. I long to return there one day.

As for Brandywine - I hiked up to the ridge before the final push to the summit one summer (the summer of the high snows) then turned back. Your photo of Fee is menacing, from the top of Brandywine. Beautiful picture !!

Pat - are you talking about Harrison FSR? there are plans to upgrade that road, now that last October's events are over. The road was the only access into Pemberton when the bridge to Whistler was washed out.

cheers - C Wall
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I love photos that capture the mood.

Here's one that I like.

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thanx seawall, we came along a small village in the island as we hiked along a trail that followed the beach, this was a small shrine where they put their offerings and where they pray, or it looked that way anyways(don't think they treat their dogs so well there)..you must go further south, the mts are incrediable and so much more culture (never been north of santigo though, will in oct)

brandywine was taken at the very top of brandywine mt, we sat up there for 1hr and took it all in..we drove to the meadows as the person we were with knew the logging road to take..great hike.6-5hr return.[^]
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I love photos that capture the mood.

Here's one that I like.

Wait till Nomad sees that picture. He's going to drool over tha Moses stick!

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love that picture byron[^]
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This makes me pine for the beach, and some Monique's burgers.

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Twink,that one says it all about the beach-nice pic
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Twink,that one says it all about the beach-nice pic
Thanks Mick. Immediately after the sun went down, I ran out of battery power (a cardinal sin, I know). I was lucky Monique had one disposable camera left in her stockpile for the rest of the trip.

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Wow. Those are some excellent pictures guys. Here are a couple of my personal favorites.



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nice pics, where is the first one taken? i recognize the mt but can't remember what it is..O
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