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    Quote Originally Posted by WSR88D
    Yea, well I drive by that scenic vista MAYBE five times a year!
    And statistically, three of those the summit is in the fog...
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    Quote Originally Posted by WSR88D
    Yea, well I drive by that scenic vista MAYBE five times a year!
    That is not bad for a guy who lives in FL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimS
    And statistically, three of those the summit is in the fog...
    That's right. Two years ago in May I was up there for 10 days. We drove by that vista I would say 5-6 days and we saw the Mt. twice. The first time was when the clouds cleared and it was covered in snow and ice. That was a treat.
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    You really set yourself up for this, Mike! Thanks for taking the heat off of me!

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    Yeah, I might see it a dozen times a year or so, and I live less than an hour away in NH!

    It's a really cool view of Washington, anyway - it looks like it's looking more NW than the view from The Wildcats affords, and my assumption is that it's a view that cannot really be accomplished without a glider - that makes it very nice, very unique...I especially like how the ravines are just slightly turning away, rather than straight on at the lens.

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