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    The Cable car ride

    Another cool part of our day in the mountains. We got on a cable car that took us up over 8,000 feet into the mountains.

    First, I'll show you some pics of one of the buildings we went through before going on the cable car. This building was a shopping center, and what was cool was that part of this building was literally built over a river.
    to get to the other half, you literally walked right over the river, just as you would drive over a bridge.

    These are some pics looking down at the river as we were walking over it.






    I hope they had not planned on installing these units permanatly on these pallets!


    Outside








    Now, the cable car. Here is a sign that tells you all about the cabe car.



    Waiting to board the cable car. This is looking up into the mountain where the car takes us.





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    Up into the mountains we go


















    This is at the top of the mountain. You can go into these pits and feed the chipmunks that live up there.





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    It was hard to breathe up at that elevation. We were at 9000 feet !!!! I don't how the smokers managed.

    Good shots Pat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benncool View Post
    It was hard to breathe up at that elevation. We were at 9000 feet !!!! I don't how the smokers managed.

    Good shots Pat.

    7800 lower 8900 upper. It's on the sign old man....
    i belong to peta ... people eating tasty animals. all my opinions are just mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpb2 View Post
    7800 lower 8900 upper. It's on the sign old man....

    Picky-picky. Yeah but by the time you walked up and bought the peanuts you were at 9000 ft.

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    I can't believe they left those A/C units on the pallets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diceman View Post
    I can't believe they left those A/C units on the pallets.
    Yeah, Spotts, why did you guys do that????





    (you know someone was going to say that. Figured it may as well be me-your bud.

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    What the hell do they put um on there for then?????


    I still remember the looong arguement about how old the door girl was and if Pat could legally and morally "rassel" with her!
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spotts View Post
    What the hell do they put um on there for then?????


    I still remember the looong arguement about how old the door girl was and if Pat could legally and morally "rassel" with her!

    Pat got to rassel ?????
    Damn I left too soon
    i belong to peta ... people eating tasty animals. all my opinions are just mine.

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    very nice pic ct-hvac

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    thanks for sharing these links

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