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    Yes They were, I watched from the mountain all morning. They really did some work and a ranger came, he tried to help them. Later a tow truck came, the girl was with the tow truck. They hooked in a series to get out. The ranger came over to ask me my part, I ttold him I was there to make pictures. Ranger was nice and had a sense of humor. Stuck guy was eyeing the girl and she was looking at him while keeping her distance, I thought it was funny and got the picture to prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtreme View Post
    Blue Mesa is very low, its scary to me.Attachment 5837 People stuck in Blue Mesa while a 190plus md looks on
    That's one pervert she should keep an eye on! What a douche wad!

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    I was up at timberline south of Gunnison on Saturday--it's mighty dry up there already.

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    Yeah we could use some summer rain to keep the food green up high!
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    Quote Originally Posted by In God We Trust View Post
    Yeah we could use some summer rain to keep the food green up high!
    Yes sir! Monsoons are still at least a month away! June is usually our driest month down here.
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    Still got a nice amount of snow in the northern front range mountains, its melting fast with this hot weather though.

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ID:	5943Just got back from a week in Chama, NM and did a little fishing and exploring in the Colorado high country just north of the NM state line. Snow almost all gone. Quakies are almost all infested with tent catapillers and lots old beetle kill. Everything else is really green and lush. Caught some nice trout...1 Brown, a couple of Cutbows and the rest Rainbows. My wife caught the Brown, about 17" and one of my Cutbows probably would go #3. Nice fish!

    We also rode the narrow guage steam train from Chama to Antonito. Fun, saw lots of deer and elk.
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    That is my playground CC. I am in walking distance from the restaurant at Osier, and the La Manga meadows above Apache Canyon is where I unload the snowmobiles. I was about 1milw above Osier last month when the Remington 700 went off on its own.
    You and your wife sure caught some nice fish. We plan to be back in late july to august

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    I am seriously considering a elk/deer wilderness packin hunt in 80/81 with Fishtail Outfitters into this area during muzzleloading season for 2014. Really nice country and pretty close to my home place. We accidently stumbled onto this small lake and the fishing was just great. We caught 6 fish in about 2 hours from shore. There is a small launch ramp and next year we plan on going back and taking out canoe.
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