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Old 05-02-2011, 01:25 PM
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Alaska looks very beautiful, Looking to move up there.
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Nice birds, flowers, and lichens, Ard. Everytime I come back from vacation, I've got a camera card full critters, mushrooms, flowers, lichens, moss, insects and such. My yellowstone card was maxed out by the time I was there for 10 days. I had over 1000 pics!
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Jason,

You should start an album on your profile page when you have time. I have one with 22 pictures on mine. I went and checked to see if you had an album and see that you don't. These things all take time I know but it would be cool to see the best of your Montana photos stuck in the profile.

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Boy there are some pretty spots on our planet, and you've got one Ard. Thank you for sharing it.
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Jason,

You should start an album on your profile page when you have time. I have one with 22 pictures on mine. I went and checked to see if you had an album and see that you don't. These things all take time I know but it would be cool to see the best of your Montana photos stuck in the profile.

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Ill see if I can get to it soon. I finally got hooked up with a photobucket account a couple of months back so I now have that capability. Maybe I'll get to it this week. I got several good shots of a 600+ grizzly, and a big bull moose on the opposite bank of the Madison. We drove across the UP of Michigan across the country on RT 2 all the way to Glacier NP. THen on to Idaho, Henry's fork, and then Yellowstone. Surprisingly there aren't too many fish pictures on there...we camped for 15 of the 17 days and the batteries of the camera seemed to always be dead when I had a fish on the line (not too many electrical outlets where we were camping! It really would have been nice to get a picture of my first cutthroat, but I got it stashed away in the old memory bank; for my own recollection and enjoyment only I guess.
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