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Thomas Canty
Fox Mountain #2
12/17/04, 10:55am
After a couple months away from the trails, Ashley and I finally got out for a hike again on Wednesday. We went to Fox Mountain #2, one of the lower peaks (5,033') in the western San Gabriel Mountains. The pictures from that hike are now online at http://tinyurl.com/5xecv.

Now I can get to work on the Salton Sea pictures...

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12/17/04, 11:05am
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I liked the Ashley Taking it easy in the shade photo... looks like she's saying "will you cut me some slack, here... I'm tired!"

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12/17/04, 5:50pm
>I liked the Ashley Taking it easy in the shade photo... looks
>like she's saying "will you cut me some slack, here... I'm
>tired!"

Funny thing about that one, though, is it was near the beginning of the hike when she was still full of energy and bouncing all over. She just can't help laying down in every patch of shade we come across, even if it's only for a second or two...

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12/18/04, 11:28am
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>Funny thing about that one, though, is it was near the
>beginning of the hike when she was still full of energy and
>bouncing all over. She just can't help laying down in every
>patch of shade we come across, even if it's only for a second
>or two...

If I make the mistake of walking our beagle, Buddy, when it is too hot outside... he'll do this after about 20 minutes... find a shady, patchy spot of grass and just plop... in the middle of the walking.

And, no, he isn't full of energy or bouncing all over. So, his nickname: "Old Man."

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12/18/04, 11:05pm
>he'll do this after about 20 minutes...
>find a shady, patchy spot of grass and just plop... in the
>middle of the walking.

Doesn't sound like he'd keep up with Ashley and me too well.

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12/19/04, 5:14am
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>>Funny thing about that one, though, is it was near the
>>beginning of the hike when she was still full of energy and
>>bouncing all over. She just can't help laying down in every
>>patch of shade we come across, even if it's only for a
>second
>>or two...
>
>If I make the mistake of walking our beagle, Buddy, when it is
>too hot outside... he'll do this after about 20 minutes...
>find a shady, patchy spot of grass and just plop... in the
>middle of the walking.
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>And, no, he isn't full of energy or bouncing all over. So,
>his nickname: "Old Man."

Heh...our older dog's nickname is "Old Puppy"...sounds like some Kentucky whiskey kept in the back of the cabinet...

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