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Old Mar 2, 2006, 11:48 AM   #1
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Hi all
Thought I would post a few pics of a trip I did on saturday. I love going down the snake because you never know what you will find and this trip is featured in a documentary that John Denver made for pbs and if you live any where near this location ..it's well worth the time

1st pic is the entrance to HellsGate , it lives up to its name if you're not prepared these have just been resized and not altered.


This is what I believe is called a pictoglyph and shows a bighorn and is supposedly over 2000 years old

This young one stood still long enough to get a picture, They are slowly restocking our bighorn population here after the nations biggest forest fire last year that claimed too much wildlife and Alberta Canada has been a big help in repopulating the herd.
WHO FARTED ??

Caught this fella following my Jimmy near a local ranchers property as they raise them for the feathers.

So close yet so far, tried to sneak up on this Baldy but no luck getting close to this majestic fella.

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Old Mar 2, 2006, 12:09 PM   #2
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Wagaboo.... Great pictures, especially the peacock. Those ancient pictures are called "petroglyphs". My house is just a short walk to the Petroglyph National Monument here in Albuquerque, NM, a Federally protected area considered a sacred place by the local Native Americans.
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Thanks for the correction on that name, I was trying to remember what it was called...lol
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Nice pictures I like the colours in thepeacock picture

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That is a great set of photos, Wag!

Thanks for opening our eyes to a great scenic venue. The colors in the peacock photo are gorgeous.

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Nice shots Wag, love the colours on the peacock

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Very nice Wag, beautiful country there

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Liked the peacock Wag as well as all the others. Were you rafting or walking??



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Thanks all,

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Aww man! I was imagining you as a river raft guide!

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