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Flanked by Squaw Peak on
the left, Y Mountain shows both summits in this angle from below. The highest summit (the east) is on the left and the lower west is on the right. Further to the right is Maple Mountain. There was no snow two days before.
12-2-07

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lcarreauThose peaks

lcarreau

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look really GOOD from the parking lot. Why go spoiling them and making marks in the snow, when you can simply view them from afar and SMILE. I suppose you made some SNOW ANGELS.
Great photograph, Dean!| : > )

Posted Dec 3, 2007 10:35 pm

DeanRe: Those peaks

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Thanks Larry for your comments but no, I didn't make any snow angels this time around. I probably would have drawn some strange looks had i done so.
Posted Dec 5, 2007 8:51 am

lcarreau: > )

lcarreau

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If Gilbert the Moose would have seen you making snow angels, he probably would have
told Santa's reindeer. Great thinking! Split-second decisions come in handy when we
EXPLORE the lofty summits of mountains!!!
Posted Dec 5, 2007 10:59 am

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on Dec 2, 2007 6:40 pm

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