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Old Jul 26, 2007, 4:49 PM   #1
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Still in Colorado. This was taken about 11,000 feet up and looking down. This was such a beautiful day and couldn't resist this. Enjoy.....

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Old Jul 27, 2007, 2:16 AM   #2
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Living in 100' fahrenheit these days, I can only dream about the air at 11000 feet : )

Ah,aweek in this cottage would be very thing

Reminded me of some linesby Robert Frost:

Whose woods these are I think I know,

His house is in the village though...

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Actually, they don't live there permanently, do they?
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Very nice composed shot,, but i agree with bahadir over here it has gotten to 46-48c over 100f a few times, but very nice shot you took
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Old Jul 27, 2007, 4:31 PM   #4
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bahadir wrote:
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Living in 100' fahrenheit these days, I can only dream about the air at 11000 feet : )

Ah,aweek in this cottage would be very thing

Reminded me of some linesby Robert Frost:

Whose woods these are I think I know,

His house is in the village though...

..........

Actually, they don't live there permanently, do they?
Thanks for those words. No, this is a late 1800's/1900's building that is part of an old mining operation in the mountains. No one lives there. Thanks for looking.
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Old Jul 27, 2007, 4:33 PM   #5
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Very nice composed shot,, but i agree with bahadir over here it has gotten to 46-48c over 100f a few times, but very nice shot you took
Thanks for stopping by. We are heading home to the high temps in Kansas and not looking forward to it. We are back at camp and the thunder is banging, but it is such a soothing sound.
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