Phil's photos phrom NH Oct 3rd

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Utah Baker
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Re: Phil's photos phrom NH Oct 3rd

Post: # 14187Post Utah Baker
Tue Oct 04, 2011 5:31 pm

Oh, Yes, yes, thank you, thank you Phil and Carol for getting these pictures up. Love the one from the parlor. Brings back a ton of memories from driving the Kanc last year Great stuff! :D


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Re: Phil's photos phrom NH Oct 3rd

Post: # 14198Post pwt54
Tue Oct 04, 2011 6:58 pm

I'm still trying to figure out my new Nikkon s9100. I should probably read the manuel, but where's the adventure in that ?

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Re: Phil's photos phrom NH Oct 3rd

Post: # 14200Post WXMAN76
Tue Oct 04, 2011 8:21 pm

Nice pics, awesome color. Don't give in Phil. Don't read the directions. Us men NEVER read directions. We all need to stick together on this one!

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Re: Phil's photos phrom NH Oct 3rd

Post: # 14227Post deaner1971
Wed Oct 05, 2011 11:15 am

I always just assume that the manual is thrown in either because of government requirements or as additional padding. It never occurs to me to read it, unless I have a specific issue, and even then I am more likely to just use Google... :oops:

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Re: Phil's photos phrom NH Oct 3rd

Post: # 14229Post WXMAN76
Wed Oct 05, 2011 11:38 am

I hear ya. It's faster to google it anyways than sort through the 50 languages for the english section, find what you need, it doesn't work so you end up on the internet anyways!


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Re: Phil's photos phrom NH Oct 3rd

Post: # 14234Post RIMHfire
Wed Oct 05, 2011 5:07 pm

Awesome shots! I'm still kind of surprised at how much green I see up there still.

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Re: Phil's photos phrom NH Oct 3rd

Post: # 14259Post pwt54
Wed Oct 05, 2011 10:26 pm

WHOA ! They write manuals in English now? :shock:

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Re: Phil's photos phrom NH Oct 3rd

Post: # 14263Post Karma2x
Thu Oct 06, 2011 12:27 am

Not to hijack your photo thread, but I did seem to retrace your NH trip today. Sure, I blamed the the kid for wanting pancakes at Polly's :oops: but I struck out for Sugar Hill, the Kanc and Bear Notch road hoping to see better color than the NEK has right now. NH has flashes of better color - Franconia and Sugar Hill were brilliant. I think the scenic views from the Kanc and Bear Notch road are already waning. Crawford Notch and Bretton Woods had better color, although I was a little late getting there and wasnt much light left. I am going to spend a little more time tomorrow around Barton, Irasburg, Lydonville - see if I can get to Jobs Pond bright and early since it is going to be a clear and sunny morning for the first time since I got to the NEK.
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Re: Phil's photos phrom NH Oct 3rd

Post: # 14288Post pwt54
Thu Oct 06, 2011 5:23 pm

I see my little white horsie is still there. The best color in the NEK is northeast of Barton.


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