Thanks, Brock! And I appreciate the photos. I was hoping you had some good ones to donate to the cause.
For what it's worth, the distance thing works now.
From now on, every page you do, you just need to put a (-) sign on the longitude. That is all. Good page!
I'm originally from Montana so I always check out the Montana pages and this one is very well done. Gotta love the treasure state.
True, this place does rock. Thanks for the vote!
I have seen this mountain from afar, but it sure looks more rugged close up.
Great job and nice pics.
Thanks! You two should try climbing in Montana. I know you'd like it, cause we've climbed, and enjoyed, most of the same shit on SP.
I know. No doubt in my mind that Montana is (yet another ;) spectacular place to check out and climb (so far only managed to backpack there once). So many ideas and so little time off....that is the crux of climbing!! Hopefully one day...
BTW, that Select Peaks of Greater Ystone book is awsome. Some real gems from the Beartooths etc..
thanks for submitting the page.
Yeah, you can probably see it from a couple of spots South of Ennis, but it is still a bit shrouded, and it may be the North peak that looks so prominent. And there is an access road after the Sphinx road that gets a better view, where you can see both peaks. It takes some work and a good eye, hopefully not from the driver!
nice work B!
You like the signiture shot, huh?