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Old Oct 19, 2011, 10:33 AM   #1
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Default Hikeing up the Nihahi Ridge Trail

Took the Dog from a walk yesterday up the Nihahi Ridge Trail.
West of Bragg Creek. 1 hour drive my home
Only 2.5 km 1 way but a 390 m vertical climb.
The Hike was cut a little short. Buddy cut his foot. He must stepped on a sharp Rock, Duck tape to the rescue.
He really took his time walking back.

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Old Oct 19, 2011, 10:53 AM   #2
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Beautiful country and shots. That is quite a bridge.
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This is one of my better shots from yesterday.
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Beautiful - thanks for posting these. Does that snow stay there year-round?

You didn't carry Buddy home - you made him walk?
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Wow! Pretty spectacular scenery and well-captured.
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Great shots Fred! Beautiful scenery well captured.

(And a nice first aid job on your dog)
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Wow... fantastic set of pictures, you live in a beautiful place.

Thank you for sharing.

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Thank you for all the comments

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Beautiful - thanks for posting these. Does that snow stay there year-round?

You didn't carry Buddy home - you made him walk?
The snow is only on the upper elevations ( peaks ) year round.
The snow in the lower areas from my pictures came last week.

I made Buddy walk . That Pooch weighs 75 lbs .I feel so guilty
The last 500m went very very slow.
He went into the car and was asleep in 2 minutes

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Yeah I figured from his photo that Buddy would be a big load to carry. I was just giving you a hard time.

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How is Buddy with his foot..?
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