Rockies Photo Game; Where is this?

Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by Greg@RME, Jul 7, 2011.

  1. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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  2. NMTrailboss

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    Yes sir. Knew you'd get this one if nobody else beat you to it! Got anything to post up Ed? :ear
  3. grub

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    GREAT SHOT!!! Grub gives it two thumbs up :thumb:thumb
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    NMTrailboss Team Dead End

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    Thanks grub!
  5. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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    General area will do...

    Bonus points if you can name the guy in the photo and where he just moved to :lurk

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  6. enduro-ince

    enduro-ince dirtslave

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    Way to crack the whip Curtis!! I still have no pics but I like looking at all ya alls.



    Geek, no idea but that was either a really bad crash or someone just passed out?
  7. NMTrailboss

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    Cochetopa Hills area?
  8. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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    There abouts :freaky

    The bonus question was: It is xdbx - and he recently moved to the San Francisco area.



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  9. Dirty Sprocket

    Dirty Sprocket Get out and Ride

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    LOL....My Grandaughter, ( who is 6) says, Grandpa it looks like he needs more practice....:nod
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    I'll take this as a "close enough"!

    Let's try this one....

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  11. doc_ricketts

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    I give it two thumbs and two toes up. That is probably the prettiest ride in Colorado. Have just been up that side of Pearl, but would like go all the way sometime when I am not twoup. So thanks for the picture guy.
  12. NMTrailboss

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    :thumb
  13. NMTrailboss

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    No Enduro-ince? This is in the San Juans! :deal
  14. enduro-ince

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    All those old miner shacks start looking the same after a while. I guess I need a hint or another pic with more mountains in it.
  15. eemsreno

    eemsreno Long timer

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    That looks like the cabin on the way to Pomeroy Lake south of St.Elmo.
  16. NMTrailboss

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    I know that one too but this one is in the San Juans.

    Know what you mean Tom. Tons of these old buildings scattered through the hills! This one is in a side gulch between Howardsville and Eureka. Same name as the one that got towed down to Silverton for the museum.

    Different angles...
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  17. Colorado Uli

    Colorado Uli Motociclista Non Elegante

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    Ladies and girls, it's time to get back to the game. I'm pretty sure that by now we all have some new pictures -- I gave you long enough.

    Here is Canadian ADVrider Motoaxe standing on a pretty cool geological phenomenon somewhere in the Southwest.

    Give me one of the two names it's commonly known by.

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  18. buzzardco1

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    The two names Motoaxe also goes by or the red stuff he is standing in
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  20. buzzardco1

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    I don't know what its called but it looks like an acid stream created by water running through rocks containing large deposits of sulphur usually bought on by mining of hard metals,it also looks like remnents of mining activity in the background. It looks to me like the mine on the west side of HW 550 just across from the old town of Ironton about 7 miles south of Ouray,right behind the okd school house.