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    Ruins in the sky

    We took advantage of the wonderful weather and went on a fun little hike to Lewis Lodge Ruins. These ruins are very well protected and pretty tough to access - no ropes necessary, but you have to access the ruins by starting on the opposite side of the canyon and working your way all around. Anyway, here are some pics...
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    The gostak distims the doshes.

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    looks like quite the approach. great shots.
    But if I agreed with you, we would both be wrong.

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    Wow, neat approach all right - looks a little nerve-wracking! Very cool spot. Thanks!

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    What a magnificent location. It must have been a thrill to see those up close. Thanks for sharing.
    Stan

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    spendid photos, shane, thanks for posting them
    you're lucky to have such a nice backyard


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    Wow!

    Wow! Just incredible pictures!

    I make my way the the beautiful state of Utah once a year for 6 days. This would be an incredible dwelling to see. Last year, one of my hikes was to Hotel Rock in Arch Canyon. I tried to find it last year, but to no advail. I'm traveling throught the Cedar Mesa area next month, May 11th and 12th. I understand not posting the location on the internet, but I was wondering if you would be so kind as to tell me where this site is.

    Thanks for your time.

    Sincerely,

    Tom Castillo
    tomdietrying@tx.rr.com
    Dallas, Texas

    p.s.
    Would you please send me a response via my e-mail instead of a P.M.

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    Check your email.
    The gostak distims the doshes.

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    Ruin In The Sky

    Brewhaha, thanks for the quick response. Man, I didn't find your e-mail. Would be be so kind and try again? Could you send it to me at home and another one to my work. I really would like this information.

    Thanks again for everything.

    Peace
    012009
    Tom
    tomdietrying@tx.rr.com
    castilloe@cfbisd.edu

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    Wow! So there's a clear trail all the way there, huh? Man, that looks sketchy.

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    This doesnt even look possible! Is it as sketchy as it looks?

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    It's definitely not as bad as it looks (at least to get to the ruins in the picture.) We took in small children and a dog. However, where the photographer is standing, it is a bit more tricky and we didn't take the group to those ruins.
    The gostak distims the doshes.

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    Great ruins, went with the scouts when I was a kid. Thanks for the pictures!

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    My palms are sweaty just looking at those photos......pretty incredible though that human beings made homes lodged all the way up in that canyon!! Glad the hike wasn't as sketchy as it looked.

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