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    looking forward to it^^^^^<<<<<<
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    ^^^ What he said! <<< <<<



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    A big gold star to whoever can identify the canyon where this one is...

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    "You can stay 20 feet away from me if that makes you feel better"
    Dumbass.

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    "You can stay 20 feet away from me if that makes you feel better"
    Dumbass.

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    "You can stay 20 feet away from me if that makes you feel better"
    Dumbass.

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    "You can stay 20 feet away from me if that makes you feel better"
    Dumbass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Byron View Post
    A big gold star to whoever can identify the canyon where this one is...
    Now I recognize it from your second view ^^
    still on my to do list.

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    very nice craftsmanship^^^^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjblue View Post
    Now I recognize it from your second view ^^
    still on my to do list.
    It's worth the hike...it's a very nice ruin. Has a structure similar to the Doll House. Beautiful canyon, too.

    This was my third hike into the canyon but the first to visit the ruin. The first time was in the late 90s and I couldn't find the ruin as I went a little too far up the side canyon it's in. The second time was a hike with friends from to top down to the Cream Pots and none of my friends wanted to go look for it. This time however, I found it right away. It's about 500 feet up on the wall from the creek.

    Kelsey says it's "very well preserved and very well hidden"...while I agree with the preserved part, when you know where it is you can actually see it from the bottom of the canyon. Forget his description of how to get there, as it's a bit off. Here's what you do...

    Coming down canyon, after you pass "twin falls" (you can't miss it) you'll suddenly be walking along a slick rock stream that is about 300 yards long. Nearly at the end is where the side canyon comes in (the best part of the whole hike, BTW)....DO NOT GO UP THE SIDE CANYON. Right after you pass it, you'll pick the trail back up on stream left and you'll see a very faint but quite noticeable trail shooting off to the left...take it and go up with it. It is certainly the way the Indians came up and down. You'll be at the ruin in about 20 minutes...about halfway up look to your left and you'll see it.

    You can actually see it from the confluence of the main canyon and the side canyon. Like I said, great hike...here's a shot of the tower straight across from the ruin. I've got to figure out how to make my pictures really big like you do...got a solution to that?

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    "You can stay 20 feet away from me if that makes you feel better"
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    For most of these I've been using onedrive to host them which allows hotlinking, onedrive offers three choices of size for the size I uploaded them at. For this example at 250px, 660px, or 800px which is probably what I uploaded these at, here is 660px



    under the Embed option for the image on onedrive I select 660px and a link code is provided to copy and paste, then here I select > insert image, > from url, I insert the link, and deselect the checkbox for Retrieve remote file and reference locally, which doesn't work, (size restricted perhaps).

    I also use flickr to host all my newer albums, there are many size options, the process is a little easier, they provide the link in bb code for example letting you just paste the generated link right into the post.

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    /\/\/\ Holy shit, dude...I think I can get around on this computer pretty well but that sounds like Chinese calculus. I'll look into it...I'll figure it out, I always do. It's just that sometimes my pics are nice and big and other times they come out as you see them above.

    I've got quite a few pics from my latest road trip and once I get this sizing thing nailed down I'll toss them up. Tryin' to keep up with you, man.
    "You can stay 20 feet away from me if that makes you feel better"
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjblue View Post
    I really like this one. I'd like to know where it is if you don't mind saying...you can just give the general location, I'll find it.

    If it's a well know ruin then it's one I've missed as it doesn't look familiar. You been to Fable Valley yet?...
    "You can stay 20 feet away from me if that makes you feel better"
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    Thanks, you have a message, I would expect you have been in that canyon. I was down that way all last week, and yes finally made it to Fable!

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    I find things like this by simply going in a direction that no one else is going. Terrain that looks like it would hold no interest, but it does. They built some of these things in places that make you wonder why...no where near water or farmland or any habitation structures. My best guess is that it was to cache food for hunters?
    "You can stay 20 feet away from me if that makes you feel better"
    Dumbass.

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