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    Monty, you are the man. The one shot that may have made it worthwhile would have been a self-portrait, dripping with sweat and the waterfall in the background flowing less water than was coming off of you!

    You f-ing maniac!
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    good form monty.

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    Okay, I had lunch with Monty a few days after this event, and now I know why he practically glowed with good health and overall ULF buffed-out-edness.
    Last edited by clay; 09-17-2007 at 03:41 PM. Click to view previous post history. Reason: redundant
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    Nothing can possibly compare with shagging a 20x24 up the mountain. But I did have a similar experience about twelve years ago when I went for a hike along part of the Tanawha Trail (also in the NC mountains). I didn't have a 20x24. No, it was only an 8x10. But it was a Wisner Traditional which weighed about as much as a 20x24. And a Ries A-100 which is always heavy whatever the format. And yes, my sister was there, too, to add spice (and ridicule) to the adventure. Hauled that mess up what felt like (but wasn't nearly) most of Grandfather Mountain and never took a single photograph. Never saw anything worth spending the film on. But I was ready if there had been!

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    Dave I'm with ya, when do we go. Got the 14x17 and 4x4 ready!
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    Always seemed to me that the waterfalls right along Little River and Laurel Creek Rd. were very nice, what with all those parking spots within 100 feet. I also like all the farm buildings along Cades Cove and going to Orchard/Roaring Fork when avoiding that weekend traffic. All with nearby parking.

    When your that far in the woods how do you out run the bears with a 20x24?

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    Quote Originally Posted by photobum View Post
    Always seemed to me that the waterfalls right along Little River and Laurel Creek Rd. were very nice, what with all those parking spots within 100 feet. I also like all the farm buildings along Cades Cove and going to Orchard/Roaring Fork when avoiding that weekend traffic. All with nearby parking.

    When your that far in the woods how do you out run the bears with a 20x24?
    You get inside the camera and give him the big evil eye.:o
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    Quote Originally Posted by clay View Post
    Okay, I had lunch with Monty a few days after this event, and now I know why he practically glowed with good health and overall ULF buffed-out-edness.
    Chasing professional basketball players up and down the court for a living probably does not hurt the cause....

    That which does not kill me makes me stronger

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    Are you a writer or a photographer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharadn View Post
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