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    Great pics!!!


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    Great pics thanks for sharing.I really need to get out there one of these days.

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    Really cool pics, looks like you had fun.

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    Great pics! Colorado is definitely a cool place!


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    Awesome pics man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreggNY View Post
    Maroon Bells was on my list but I was never around there early enough to avoid the crowds. I was surprised that I only saw a couple other guys in a pickup at the Mill the whole time I was there. Fun trail on the way in too.


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    Interesting that those two most photographed spots in Colorado are in relatively the same area. Would be good to go thru Crystal Mill and continue thru Crested Butte and then over Pearl pass ( which is just south of the Maroon Bells ), dropping into Aspen. We just ran Pearl Pass this last week, cloudy and rainy the whole day, but I can see how it would be totally amazing on a clear day. Totally getting away from traffic, only saw one other vehicle (Jeep) oncoming during the entire trail.

    BTW: you took some great pics!
    Last edited by Slimebones; 08-09-2018 at 01:55 AM.

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    Nice shots ... an I can relate .. beautiful country up here .. easy to want to stay

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    Great pictures! Thanks for sharing


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    Great pics, like JEEP postcards!


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    You have some talent with a camera...

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