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    Default Shots of Tuckerman's from Wildcat

    Was up at Wildcat today snowboarding in a t-shirt in 80 degree weather

    Brought up my 300mm telephoto and took a few shots across the valley at Tuckerman's.

    Anyone on here up there hiking at around 12:30-12:45pm? I probably got you in there somewhere...

    here's a full sized shot: http://www.spyboy.com/tucks.jpg

    and the rest of them (they got scaled when uploaded to Picasaweb)

    http://picasaweb.google.com/spyboy/TuckermanSRavine

    Kirk
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    Very cool, thanks for posting. I like seeing all the detail in the snowpack.

    Looks like there is still some evidence of the massive slide from before the storm. There is also some hangfire left above the bowl, at this point its probably pretty bombproof though.

    I'll let you go nurse that sunburn.
    Bill
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    Way cool! Looks like a few good sized ice boulders are starting to let go and make their way to the bottom of the bowl. Heads up skiers. Anyone got any pics from the Inferno?
    KDT

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