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    Luckiest kids ever!

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    Very cool! Looks like it was one great trip. Thanks for sharing!

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    Breathtaking! Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for sharing. Totally awesome-no other words to describe it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by justin_baker View Post
    Very cool. At 10,000 feet I'm surprised there isn't more snow.
    Hi Justin, yes, you are right: it was a couple of dry years and in the middle of the summer, weather conditions in the region are notoriously variable.
    that picture was taken at
    46 33' 05" N
    12 03' 57" E

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crafter View Post
    Hi Justin, yes, you are right: it was a couple of dry years and in the middle of the summer, weather conditions in the region are notoriously variable.
    that picture was taken at
    46 33' 05" N
    12 03' 57" E
    Oh, I had no idea these pictures were taken in the summer! I figured they were taken recently.

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    Surreal! Thanks for sharing, I enjoyed that immensely!

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    incredible! beautiful and haunting!
    amazing what human beings are capable of achieving under very difficult conditions!
    thanks crafter!...woods

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    ive still got butterflies from watching that ol timer in the last video...wow!...woods

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    Thanks Crafter! Very nice pics!
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