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    Quote Originally Posted by h2oeco View Post
    It certainly happened last October, and there were people there to see it...
    Absolutely incredible photo Ed. Talk about being in the right place at the right time...
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    Quote Originally Posted by h2oeco View Post
    It certainly happened last October, and there were people there to see it...

    Sunrise or sunset? Great picture.
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    There's really nothing like it and it really is just a matter of being there and being lucky. I've been lucky enough to have been on MW for a few,



    but the real thrill is to climb a mountain, sleep there and wake up to one, though I guess you could say this is just valley fog. I don't care, I'll take it!



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    Thanks to all of you, for posting such beautiful photos. I hope to see an undercast some day, in person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KD Talbot View Post
    There's really nothing like it and it really is just a matter of being there and being lucky. I've been lucky enough to have been on MW for a few,

    but the real thrill is to climb a mountain, sleep there and wake up to one, though I guess you could say this is just valley fog. I don't care, I'll take it!

    KDT
    More amazing photos Kevin. Obviously even more incredible if you can be there in person. Gotta work on that part...
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    Lovely, KD (do you mind if I call you Kevin, by the way?) as always. When were you on Mount Washington in winter? Was that your Thanksgiving volunteer session last year?

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    Yup, last Thanksgiving. Call me KD, Kevin, whatever... I've been called everything! Yes, I do mean everything!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KD Talbot View Post
    Yup, last Thanksgiving. Call me KD, Kevin, whatever... I've been called everything! Yes, I do mean everything!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KD Talbot View Post
    Yup, last Thanksgiving. Call me KD, Kevin, whatever... I've been called everything! Yes, I do mean everything!

    KDT
    Even "That crazy naked hiker"

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