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Mt. Philo

Postby bmike » Sun Jan 20, 2008 3:39 pm

This is from a small 'bump' just south of town. I've been walking up the campground road every other day with the pooch.

Wherz da Adirondaks?
Over there. Across Lake Champlain.

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Maya (the wonder dog, in here new boots) on top.

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Re: Mt. Philo

Postby Pure Mahem » Sun Jan 20, 2008 5:15 pm

Nice Views bmike! I like Maya's new red boots and her parka as well! Is Maya sporting a muzzle? :mrgreen:
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Re: Mt. Philo

Postby Roundabout » Sun Jan 20, 2008 6:51 pm

Brrr...

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Re: Mt. Philo

Postby zelph » Sun Jan 20, 2008 7:07 pm

Really nice photos, thanks!!!!!

Be nice to wake up to that view every morning at the breakfast table. :D

Nice winter outfit for your best friend there :D
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Re: Mt. Philo

Postby bmike » Mon Jan 21, 2008 6:43 am

Pure Mahem wrote:Nice Views bmike! I like Maya's new red boots and her parka as well! Is Maya sporting a muzzle? :mrgreen:


no muzzle. gentle leader. she'll tow me up the mountain or down the road without it!

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Re: Mt. Philo

Postby bmike » Mon Jan 21, 2008 6:44 am

zelph wrote:Really nice photos, thanks!!!!!

Be nice to wake up to that view every morning at the breakfast table. :D

Nice winter outfit for your best friend there :D


would be nice to have that view on right out the window. the property across from the state park entrance is for sale - but i'd have to sell all my stoves and bikes - and still wouldn't be close to covering the taxes. million dollar view = million dollar property. :o

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Postby bmike » Tue Jan 22, 2008 11:27 am

same spot, different day
managed to get out before the sun poked over the greens and was just starting to hit the high peaks in the daks.

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sun coming up over the greens

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on the drive out, camel's hump is the high point

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Re: Mt. Philo

Postby Pure Mahem » Tue Jan 22, 2008 3:01 pm

I've never had to use one, is that what they call one of those anti-pull collar? Beautiful Scenery. I usually go camping on the NY side in port henrey a little south of there. But have great views there looking at VT. I usually end up going to Shellburne a couple times in the summer and sometimes venture north to Burlington for the fishfrys down by the lake. Might venture further north this year my wife has been asking about Canada. Maybe I'll take her to the Biodome in Montreal. I like Oswego myself. I think the people in Montreal are on the snobish side, more exagerated because I don't poly voue. I mess with them and Habla a little, LOL! :mrgreen: Might be more expensive than I remember the last time I went the Canadian dollar was only worth 60 cents now its pretty even. :mrgreen:
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