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Old 10-06-2013, 10:04 PM   #41
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Old 10-07-2013, 05:27 AM   #42
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great photo!

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Thanks. The Bear Photo was made at Taylor Creek, South Lake Tahoe, during the Salmon run. I was about 30 feet from this guy. I believe I was using a Canon 24-105m lens for this shot. The bears are so consumed with Salmon eating that they rarely even look up at us while were shooting the pics. Probably the most fun my Taco has taken me to! [QUOTE=teneighty;7533186]
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Here are some cool places I explored along the Oregon/California border during the last few days. A two-day solo trip mostly on Forest Service roads zigzagging across the border, starting about 25 miles inland from the Oregon coast to the Smith River in California, and then out of the hills toward highway 101 not far from Redwood National Park:










Then me and the girlfriend went east to Lava Beds National Monument and Modoc National Forest, a little ways south of Klamath Falls, OR. We camped on top of a small cinder cone with nobody around for many miles:






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Here are some cool places I explored along the Oregon/California border during the last few days. A two-day solo trip mostly on Forest Service roads zigzagging across the border, starting about 25 miles inland from the Oregon coast to the Smith River in California, and then out of the hills toward highway 101 not far from Redwood National Park:










Then me and the girlfriend went east to Lava Beds National Monument and Modoc National Forest, a little ways south of Klamath Falls, OR. We camped on top of a small cinder cone with nobody around for many miles:






That is awesome! I'll have to check this out one of these days
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Driving through the desert towards Burro Schmidt tunnel off Hwy 14, came upon this defunct mine- Holly Ash Cleanser mine


And this is the inside of Burro Schmidt tunnel
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