- Sep 27, 2016
- Chicago IL
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Thanks so much @SteveV for sharing these!! We all appreciate the memories and the GREAT reference! lol... Next year we hope to see you again and maybe you can help us with group photo?? We are always looking for someone to take the pictures from a good camera and not just phone cameras. Thanks Again!Well, this is long overdue.
For those of you that I harasser for a Portrait, here they are. Wish I could have gotten more, but I was rationing film for the rest of the trip.
Ouray area, KOA will be base camp.Where is #6 going to be? I had to ask.
My favorite alpine basin in Colorado is American Basin, near the top of Cinnamon Pass - close enough to Ouray yet far enough away. And you can bag an easy 14'er nearby - Handies Peak.This is where most of the food, people, and beer will be - and parts, for those in need.
We're game to spend a night above the treeline. Got some time with Google Maps ahead.
Bummer but I guess there aren’t many other optionsKOA will be base camp.
There is another campground just down the road, but the premises is all rock covered. The KOA has trees and grass.Bummer but I guess there aren’t many other options
Going from a week of using mother nature’s facilities for a week leading up to SAS to backed up toilets and horse flies at the KOA was a bit rough. In other words, the bear prefers the woods.@MoJ maybe these are better suited for a man of your sophisticated palette. Just bustin your chops. Come camp with @Dilspec , Jimmy , me and @8cam . We won’t judge you…….much
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The Guy in the sport coat (Robert) was actually very accommodating. The KOA is a family-type park and the party crowd should treated as such.We could just invade ironton. Ironton would be better for the party crowd. Plus we would not have to worry about the guy in the sport coat. The Koa is a good place for the event, just trying to find away to take some pressure off the campground and Casey. I’m sure next year with all the upgrades the Koa will be enforcing all the rules even harder.