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Where are the spots that have that magical quality for you?

 

Where your spirit feels at home.

 

discuss.

 

 

Hueco Tanks, Texas

Leavenworth area

 

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The col between North and Middle Sister

Jefferson Park in early summer

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Smith, and the Icicle. Look forward to exploring the good bits of the Icicle neighborhood.

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Summit of Fury

 

In the caves on the summit of Rainier

 

Almost anywhere in, or on the rim of, the Grand Canyon

 

Lower Curtis Ridge, across the Carbon from the north side of Rainier

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Montenero, in Tuscany, Italy

 

Lightning Dome, S. Fork Clearwater River, Idaho

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The mountains in winter. Smith when nobody's around. It's especially nice in January.

 

I like going back and doing some of the ski tours that I did as a kid (hehe), brings back good memories. Places like Maxwell Butte and Black Butte in OR. thumbs_up.gif

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Canadian Rockies.

Great all around climbing and scenery.

 

And, lots of good farmland to the east for my free range needs; abundance of cute hens.

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Indian Henry's in the early morning.

On the rock cliffs at Deep Lake, Eastern Washington at night with thunder and lightening storms on the horizon.

The Ohanepecosh River on a sunny day at medium flow.

Goat Rocks in the Middle of Winter.

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