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Home > Outdoor Photography > Peak Bagging > Tenmile & Mosquito Range > Mt. Bross, Mt. Democrat, Mt. Lincoln, Mt. Cameron* 8-1-05

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DSC0075716 viewsAn old friend
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DSC0075613 viewsOld building we found on the way up
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DSC0075829 viewsMe
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DSC007599 viewsblock of snow found in bulding
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DSC007617 viewsThe road up the mountain
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DSC0076014 viewsView from inside the building
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DSC0076318 viewsOld mine on the way up
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DSC007667 viewsThere were many layers within the ice, I suppose from years of buildup
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DSC0076520 viewsthat is a block of solid ice blocking the inside of the mine
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DSC0077620 viewsMe on top of Mt. Bross
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DSC0077812 viewsAn old friend on the trail to Mt. Lincoln
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DSC0077915 viewsMt. Lincoln
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DSC0077711 viewsAn old friend and I on top of Mt. Bross
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DSC0078011 viewsMt. Bross with An old friends pickup in the forground
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DSC007828 viewsAn old friend on the trail to Mt. Lincoln
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DSC007848 viewsanother 14er, can't remember which one...
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DSC007886 viewsLandscape with Mt. Bross on the right
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DSC007905 viewsLandscape Mt. Bross on right
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DSC0078910 viewsMt. Bross
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DSC0079524 viewsMt. Lincoln USGS Marker, "proves we were there"
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DSC0079810 viewsView down the side of the mountain, don't fall
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DSC0079720 viewsMe on Mt. Lincoln summit
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DSC0081314 viewsAn old friend on the trail to Mt. Democrat "in the background"
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DSC0081411 viewsView down the mountain side
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DSC008189 viewsMe on the trail
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DSC0081911 viewsMe on the trail
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DSC0082021 viewsView of Democrat from the trail
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DSC0082717 viewsold foundation of building we found
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DSC0082519 viewsAn old friend on the trail to democrat. "this was the only snow on the whole trail"
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DSC0082214 viewsView of the pickup on the ridge. "very small dot in the the middle of the ridge"
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DSC0082921 viewsAndy
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DSC0085316 viewstrail back to the truck
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DSC0085535 viewsthis is odd. we found this building at around 13,000 feet, no buildings for MILES around, no source of power either
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DSC0085641 viewsBut when we flipped the switch the light came on! Looks like it was a old televison repeater station
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DSC0085714 viewsAhh, that's where the power comes from, "we saw a telephone pole about a mile away with a transformer and lines running into the ground, so we figured that was the power source.
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DSC0085845 viewsBuilding beside TV repeater station, maybe it was a wheather proof housing for a antenna?
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DSC0086037 viewsOld home we found on the way down
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DSC0086254 viewsThe shack that we figured was used as a camp/refuge for hikers
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DSC0086314 viewsHead stone we saw at the Alma cemetary, which was really like a few graves scattered amid the aspens on a hillside in the middle of nowhere
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DSC0086146 viewsThe walls of a small shack that seems to have been used as a camp for years. There were probably 500 siggys on the wall
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DSC0086731 viewsMe and An old friend on the way home. I got some wicked sunburn
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DSC0086834 viewsPikes Peak as seen from about 30 miles away.
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