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TR: A Fall Weekend at Home

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A fall weekend hanging out at home can often mean doing chores, watching football or ski porn, and cracking more than a few beers.

But when its blue skies and 75 degrees and fall colors are going off you have to get off the couch and do something. 

Saturday: Ride to the Jardine Juniper.












Sunday: Hike to Naomi Peak



















Feed Me.

Edited by tromano - 9/27/09 at 8:19pm
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Great shots, to bad it got a little smokey this weekend.  Big changes forcast for the middle of the week, so enjoy the warmth while you can.
JF
post #3 of 9
 Very nice...
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Great shots, to bad it got a little smokey this weekend.  Big changes forcast for the middle of the week, so enjoy the warmth while you can.
JF

Yea. This photo was at the highest spot in the Bear river range. If I went back there Wednesday. I would be very cold and sitting in 6-12" of white stuff.

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Very nice.  It was cool and rainy this weekend in DC and the Skins lost to Detroit!  What's the estimate on the age of that tree?  What's the elevation of Naomi?
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Love the colors and terrain, Now let's see some snow in them there hills.
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Very nice.  It was cool and rainy this weekend in DC and the Skins lost to Detroit!  What's the estimate on the age of that tree?  What's the elevation of Naomi?
 

Can't believe the skins. Glad I didn't see that. The tree is supposed to be 3200 years old. Mt. Naomi is 9980ft.
post #8 of 9
 Beautiful.  I trust you popped a few of those beers upon your return home
post #9 of 9
cool pics Tim!!!
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