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One of the Met-how locals near South Early Winter Spires (This is NOT a telephoto!)

Photo by Monica Spicker, June 2002


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KlenkeThe Dancing Goat


Voted 10/10

You've all heard of the Texas Two-Step. Well, goats up here in the Northwest can do the Washington Four-Step.

A perfectly captured National Geographic moment, Moni. You could sell a photo like this to a nature magazine.

Posted Jun 26, 2004 7:58 pm

MoniRe: The Dancing Goat


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Thanks for your comment. I was afraid this guy was gonna ask me to dance! He just couldn't quite come up with the last bit of courage.

Anyway, I was lazing about in the sun, reclined on my pack, before skiing back down the 2500 foot couloir Fred and I had trudged up. He was SO curious, he couldn't stand it and spent at least 15 minutes walking around me, coming ever closer...
Posted Jun 26, 2004 8:29 pm

wildstarRe: The Dancing Goat


Voted 10/10

When we were up there a few years ago one of this guy's friends was at my intended belay station. He made me change my mind and find a different spot to stop.
Posted Dec 11, 2004 4:47 pm

AndinoNot close enough....


Voted 10/10

Beautiful picture !
However it's not close enough to the animal to fit in the "Animal Close-Ups" I'm afraid.
Thanks anyway.
Posted Nov 17, 2006 9:45 am

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