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Old Mar 25, 2007, 9:11 PM   #11
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Great pix, yet once again. I think you said you were in the hotel business (going by your moniker).

Ever think of posting some opf your pix on your hotel website and starting to run an additional option for guests, such as taking them out for wild life photo hunts?

You know the places, you have the talent, you have the camera wagon and photography equipment.

I guess you might have to check your liability insurance, especially around the elk.
Hi lesmore49 I hope all is well with you and yours. Actually if you go to my hotel web site you will find a link to one of my wildlife galleries where we sell photos. We also have two gift shops here at the hotel and one sells wildlife photos as well as train related items. Another thing we do is use our photos and artwork for decoration in our rooms and they are priced and for sell. It is not unusual for a guest to bring a display piece from his room when it is time to check out.

I am getting ready to re-do the gallery that is on the hotel web site or replace it with one that is more up to date.

If you would like to see the hotel here is a link

http://www.thehotel.org/

Thanks for commenting and for the ideas.

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Old Mar 25, 2007, 11:46 PM   #12
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Thanks for providing the website. Looks like a nice place and your town looks like a nice place to live.
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Old Mar 26, 2007, 9:56 AM   #13
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Thanks for providing the website. Looks like a nice place and your town looks like a nice place to live.
lesmore49 thanks for asking. Yes I am pretty lucky we live in a pretty little village with very nice friendly neighbors.

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Hi Roger,

You donereal good with these. Never mind lens envy, I have location envy! Man, you sure do live in a great place to get these great photos that you share with us. Keep 'em coming! Cheers, Dan
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You donereal good with these. Never mind lens envy, I have location envy! Man, you sure do live in a great place to get these great photos that you share with us. Keep 'em coming! Cheers, Dan
Hi Dan, actually I found these up in Colorado. I was up to Georgetown on a business trip so I took a couple of extra days to go camera hunting. Thanks for the kind words and for looking.

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Nice job. The rockies are the place to be forwildlife.
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Nice job. The rockies are the place to be forwildlife.
Gallatin thank you for looking and for the nice comment. YUP!!! I agree about the Rockies is the place for wildlife.

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Like the dust in the pre-combat photo Roger.

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Like the dust in the pre-combat photo Roger.

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Good evening to you Mr. Tom. I think that is my favorite also. Thanks for looking and commenting.

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