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    along road 72...
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    the handsome imago with another lovely snow capped peak...
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    another peak on the way to estes park...
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    it's always exciting to see wind power in use!
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    a pack of i'm not sure what kind of animal this is along route 7...
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    the imago at longs peak coffee and paper haus in estes park. they prepared a most delicious mocha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick View Post
    a pack of i'm not sure what kind of animal this is along route 7...
    Those are Elk.

    Sounds like you had a good trip with decent weather. Good to hear. Come on back and I'll take you up on a long hike to the summit of one of the snow capped peaks. ;)

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    Is that a Patagonia Nano Puff? I just ordered one...hope it's a good jacket! Nice pictures.

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    Maverick: wonderful pictures as always; and what a great trip. I am amazed by the folks on this forum who are so generous and sharing of their time, expertise, and interests....This is truly becoming an online community!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Climb14er View Post
    Those are Elk.

    Sounds like you had a good trip with decent weather. Good to hear. Come on back and I'll take you up on a long hike to the summit of one of the snow capped peaks. ;)
    hey climb14er!

    thanks! i'll take you up on that! what's the best time of the year to do this?

    could we coordinate and plan a denver tom bihn fest at the same time???
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    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle View Post
    Is that a Patagonia Nano Puff? I just ordered one...hope it's a good jacket! Nice pictures.

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    it is indeed. i like that it is light and warm. i think i would have been with a softshell, though.

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    Thank you for sharing beautiful landscapes and cosy cafe with us.

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    Beautiful pictures Mav!

    I can't agree about the wind power though. Untold, unsightly vandalism has been done to some of the most beautiful parts of my country by vast numbers of these monstrosities. I can count over forty out of the window of my house, where only a few years ago there was just rolling hills. And, of course the land has been covered in service roads and the wildlife evicted.

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