Photo-Location Contest #2

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Charley
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Photo-Location Contest #2

Post by Charley » August 26th, 2014, 7:13 am

First reply with correct location wins.

No awards. No prestige. Just the quiet pride of knowing your local hiking landmarks like the back of your hand.
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Re: Photo-Location Contest #2

Post by payslee » August 28th, 2014, 7:46 pm

There's a landmark in this photo?

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Re: Photo-Location Contest #2

Post by Splintercat » August 29th, 2014, 6:29 pm

I'm going to guess the north slope of Tom Dick and Harry Mountain that rises above Camp Creek -- opposite the US 26 grade. But there are a LOT of places where a stand of alder emerges from conifers along a steep slope... so... just guessing!

Tom :)

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Re: Photo-Location Contest #2

Post by Charley » August 29th, 2014, 7:54 pm

Splintercat wrote:I'm going to guess the north slope of Tom Dick and Harry Mountain that rises above Camp Creek -- opposite the US 26 grade. But there are a LOT of places where a stand of alder emerges from conifers along a steep slope... so... just guessing!

Tom :)
YES YES YES!!! If anyone here could get this one, it'd be you, Splintercat (or maybe a dedicated skier). It's right under our noses, but it's actually quite pretty with a skiff of snow on it.

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Re: Photo-Location Contest #2

Post by Splintercat » September 1st, 2014, 4:33 pm

Woohoo! Well, I have to say that I've admired that slope for years -- lots to look at over there, and yeah, definitely beautiful in winter! So, do I get a stuffed animal or something..? ;)

Tom

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