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11/1/2017
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Took in an early morning hike up to Red Hill. Took the car and parked off S2. Some helicopters flying about.




Some notes in the bottle on top.



Took 100-400mmthe and snapped some of the wind turbines over at McCain.



Another 100-400mm shot. Hey, what are all those trucks doing around my car! Some trouble a brewing?




No, its only fish and game. They were out tagging and adding the tracking devices to the big horn sheep, at least to the ones they could chase down.



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tekewin
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11/3/2017
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That's a fun hill with red volcanic rocks. What a zoom you must have on your camera. I went back and looked at my photos from the summit and McCain was a fuzzy ridge. Definitely peanut butter and jealous of that camera set up. Thanks for posting.
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11/3/2017
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tekewin wrote:
That's a fun hill with red volcanic rocks. What a zoom you must have on your camera. I went back and looked at my photos from the summit and McCain was a fuzzy ridge. Definitely peanut butter and jealous of that camera set up. Thanks for posting.

Sometimes all the glass I tote around for the camera makes hiking a bit of a journey.

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10 days ago
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Nice. I have yet to hit Red Hill.

Any idea how many sheep DFG was able to tag?
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Buford wrote:
Nice. I have yet to hit Red Hill.

Any idea how many sheep DFG was able to tag?


No, they were not very friendly. Perhaps the one I was talking to had a bad night or something.

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