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 Post subject: stick a fork in 'er
PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 4:01 pm 
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It's a tradition to close out the year with a ride down a bowl called 'broken glass'. I'm not sure why that's the name, but it's near a relatively well known backcountry shot called hourglass.

It's also our standard issue hikin' spot in winter for pow.

At the bottom is a waterfall which is a good spot for a quick bite, some water, let the dogs cool, and switch back into summer hikin' mode.

I've never done this day with anybody but dogs.

So, most of the shots are scenics, or dogs. And two lame self timer shots so there is at least one person in this TR.

And there are too damn many photos.

Mt. Rose summer trail
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the ridge to proletariat face
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folks have been skiing/riding
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same bowl, left of proley, pow day
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and a rerun of Jake on another pow day, same bowl
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lame self timer numero uno (the next self portrait might or might not be much more lame)
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Maddie, Dakota, tiny little suncups
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Maddaroo. Tamarack Peak. The real Mt. Rose in the background.
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Hourglass. Rose.
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Looking down Broken.
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Broken's view
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Sure. (this would the the extra lame self portrait numero dos)
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Maddaroo
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broken glass
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We took the old Rose summer trail out to make it a loop of a day. The dogs didn't want to wait for the beach.
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back to the car
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where, of course, there is beer
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and yippies
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This day is always finished with everyone swimming at the beach.
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Thanks for readin'


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Cool. Thanks for the stoke.


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love the local, late season dedication.

And yes, everyone w/ a kid that lives in tahoe/truckee does have a subaru. It's county law actually


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BGnight wrote:
And yes, everyone w/ a kid that lives in tahoe/truckee does have a subaru. It's county law actually


Heh. Actually I want one after I drive my truck into the ground.

I just thought it was kinda funny there were 3 silver wagons all lined up together.


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 Post subject: Re: stick a fork in 'er
PostPosted: Sat Jun 14, 2008 3:07 pm 
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I <3 Proletariat!

same bowl, left of proley, pow day
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Sure. (this would the the extra lame self portrait numero dos)
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Lame? A little. New avatar? Definitely.

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More like best self-portrait ever!! I have to ask where you get your lips done, though. So pouty! Actually, this is the money shot:
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SanFrantastico wrote:
More like best self-portrait ever!! I have to ask where you get your lips done, though. So pouty! Actually, this is the money shot:
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I didn't realize I was puckering at the time. Usually I'm one of those tiny lip guys.

I like that shot of Maddie too.

Dakota usually get's all the good photoslutting.

Somebody on the TGR commented on that shot too.

Now Maddie's walking around with a big head.


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