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Oregon to New Mexico - 2 weeks, 4,000 miles, and 100 pounds of dog hair


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#71 chnlisle

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 06:24 PM

High praise coming from KC.
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#72 Darryla

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Posted 11 April 2009 - 12:38 AM

It so cool to see the pictures of Berlin-Ichthyosaur. The last trip my wife and I made during our old camping days late last year was to this place and other ghost towns like it. We drove from the Bay Area to Elko down through the Ruby Mountains to Ely basically in the dirt (via the Nevada wild life refuge) over to Cherry Creek campground (south of Ely and very cool) and back to California via Berlin-Ichthyosaur area. Early in the morning, we even saw wild horses out in the desert on the way to Cherry Creek. Last stop was Levitt Lake up on top of Sonora pass (My favorite place).

This kind of adventures is why I bought the ATC.

Oh by the way, fishing season stars in 2 weeks.

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#73 DirtyDog

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Posted 11 April 2009 - 04:14 PM

DD:

Great write up and photos. Makes we want to ake off as well. where was the pic "back to oregon" taken? Very nice. SE oregon? Gotta love that area,
Dave in seattle


That is Doherty Summit on Highway 140 in SE Oregon. Famous hang gliding spot.
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#74 DirtyDog

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Posted 11 April 2009 - 04:15 PM

Thanks everyone for the kind words. I think sharing the trip is almost as fun as the trip itself :)
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#75 Alaskan Snowbirds

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Posted 12 May 2009 - 06:03 PM

... I think sharing the trip is almost as fun as the trip itself :)


Great write-up DD, as always, we enjoyed it very much. :thumb:

I agree with the sharing comment...we've almost got a write-up complete to post and are getting ready to upload photos to the gallery. It looks like the maximum photo dimension you used was 900 pixels but the attachment information still gives 750...is it 900 now? Is there a new max .jpg file size too?

Thanks!
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#76 DirtyDog

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Posted 12 May 2009 - 06:06 PM

I agree with the sharing comment...we've almost got a write-up complete to post and are getting ready to upload photos to the gallery. It looks like the maximum photo dimension you used was 900 pixels but the attachment information still gives 750...is it 900 now? Is there a new max .jpg file size too?


The new gallery feature in your account takes the 900 pixel images and I believe the new mac is 280kb per photo

More info:
http://www.wanderthe...read.php?t=2042
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#77 Alaskan Snowbirds

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Posted 12 May 2009 - 06:14 PM

DD,

I'd just started to upload to the new gallery and found the information...was headed back to edit...but you're too fast for me! :o

Thanks!
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