Some pics from today.

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    peter hillman Let me think for minute....

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    Slide Mt. is nearly 9,900 ft, and a great ski area! The TV relays are up there too. 014.JPG

    10,700ft MT. Rose is to the right of slide but shrouded in clouds today. 015.JPG
    To the North is Peavine mt. 9,700ft I believe. Holmes keep creeping up it's shoulders. 027.JPG 020.JPG

    Over that range lies Lake Tahoe. 025.JPG

    Have a nice day.
     
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    Wow, what a view! (y)
     
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    Beautiful, I was there many moons ago, lake Tahoe area.
     
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    peter hillman Let me think for minute....

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    Found this old vid from the top, it's common for the winds to top 90mph on the top of Slide mt. The frost gets several inches thick on those towers.
     
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