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    Default Lakes in The Clouds

    A couple of views I thought you all would enjoy



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    I like the 2nd picture. It really shows the rugged rocks well.
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    I lke the lettering, sort of like that big "Hollywood" sign on the hills of L.A.
    Every landscape which is dreary enough has a certain beauty to my eyes, and in this instance
    its permanent qualities were enhanced by the weather. H.D. Thoreau

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gorque
    I lke the lettering, sort of like that big "Hollywood" sign on the hills of L.A.
    Maybe we should do that as a forum project. Put a huge sign up there "MWO - Eat Here".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad
    Maybe we should do that as a forum project. Put a huge sign up there "MWO - Eat Here".
    Well now that there's a reliable source of power, why not in 20 foot high neon lights? It could probably be read from Portland, maybe even Boston and Montreal.
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    When I was on my way up from Lake of the Clouds last Saturday a white plane buzzed past the summit buildings 3-4 times that I recall...was it for this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad
    I like the 2nd picture. It really shows the rugged rocks well.
    You can see the trail coming up out of the trees and over the rocks and from this vantage point it doesn't look friendly.


    Oh, and about the sign, I thought that was what that new power cable was for...lighting the neon sign
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    Quote Originally Posted by WSR88D
    Oh, and about the sign, I thought that was what that new power cable was for...lighting the neon sign
    True, but you're thinking of the wrong sign...

    Last edited by AerialPhotoNH; 10-13-2007 at 10:41 AM.
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    Let's not be giving anyone any ideas.
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    LOL The McDonalds sign adds just the right touch.
    Every landscape which is dreary enough has a certain beauty to my eyes, and in this instance
    its permanent qualities were enhanced by the weather. H.D. Thoreau

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