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Kicking Horse Pano.

http://badger.uvm.edu/dspace/bitstre...l+KHR+Pano.jpg

Source: DSpace at UVM (CIT server badger.uvm.edu): Item 2051/3005

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my god that photo is MASSIVE! looks killer though.

Take yourself to higher places.
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i wish my headwall had no trees, thanks for the new wallpaper!

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Holy shit Zee that photo is HUGE!

Can you resize it to some like 640x480 and then post a link to the full res version?

Nice pic.
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A few good ones of Mt Hood Meadows out here in Oregon..

All of Mt Hood because its so gorgeous, anybody that drives up I84 knows where this is taken from
http://www.fsl.orst.edu/wpg/research/mthood/mthood.jpg

Part of Heather Canyon at Mt Hood Meadows
http://image55.webshots.com/155/3/78...3rPLLWK_fs.jpg

Not sure when/where this is taken at Meadows, more near the bottom half of the mountain(hense the tree's)
http://lh6.ggpht.com/_6CVk3fNAVF4/R9...arding+013.JPG

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Snowolf, sick pics.

How many hours you got? You need to get a G1000 with Garmin view in the cockpit. I'd be afraid to fly out west during the night without it, then again I don't know the area. Do people out there occasionally mistake mountains for sky? A maps good, but even with a vor track, it'd seem iffy.
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Having my instrument rating is a big insurance. At night I fly under IFR if going cross country on the low altitude enroute charts. I do vfr night too, just always need to know your safe altitudes and knw where you are on the sectional. I have about 350 hours PIC. and about 15 actual IFR.
Yeah, even with the charts, I don't think I could do it. Working on my PPL right now...well I guess postponed. I keep trying to stock pile my money but stuff keeps stepiing in the way. I got 2k right now but thats all going into a car .

You pay about 6k for your ppl?

On a sidenote... Don't know if you sim at all, but those ferocious hills out of seatac took out my 757. Saw the lights disappear and didn't think much of it. The FMC took me right into a hill.
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Some sweet pictures of kirkwood

Looking off the wall into the valley




Looking out at the top of the cirque

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That pic with the clouds below you is amazing.
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Great shots of Hood!! I miss that mountain.

I went through and pulled a few from our snowboarding/snowmobiling collection.

Mt. Bachelor


Then there's this neat little creek my husband found


An obsidian flow


View from the top of Paulina Peak


More from Paulina




& Some more from Bachelor


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