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    Russell Gulch / Subway 07/14/2009

    Finally!! After a few attempts to acquire a Subway permit
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    Nice! I love the Subway, I was there on Monday with noobs and loved the canyon again for the umteenth time.
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    Awesome pics makes me want to do Subway again
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    Re: Russell Gulch / Subway TR 07/14/2009

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    The Subway is one of the most unique and awe inspiring places I have ever visited. The colors, shapes, twists, drops, rocks, plants and water blend into a tapestry of sights
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    By the way, is Russel Gulch another name for Das Boot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sombeech
    By the way, is Russel Gulch another name for Das Boot?
    No two different canyons to link up with the Subway.

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    Nicely done French_DE... you say:

    "We topped off our experience with Elk burgers from Blondie

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    Re: Russell Gulch / Subway TR 07/14/2009

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    We will definitely be going in via Russell Gulch as we have not been that way yet.

    Thanks!
    Russell Gulch definitely adds more of a canyoneering experience to the trip.
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    Nice pictures...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceaxe
    Nice pictures...
    Here here

    Love that one with the smoke layers settling in the valley ahead!!

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    Yee ha!! The smoke from the fire reflected off the sunlight beautifully. Couldn't ask for better weather either.

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    ABSOLUTELY great pics!!! Loved the pics dropping into Russell Gulch! Thx!
    "...I edged over the lip of the stone and dropped feet first into the water." - C. Van Tilden

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    Quote Originally Posted by seb42
    ABSOLUTELY great pics!!! Loved the pics dropping into Russell Gulch! Thx!
    Yeah, this one: rgs058.jpg is wonderful. How big is the original? Would you like to submit it for The Book, Mk II?

    Send the full size to me at CanyoneeringUSA@gmail.com if you're interested. I'm collecting photos now, likely to publish in 2 years hence.

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratagonia
    Quote Originally Posted by seb42
    ABSOLUTELY great pics!!! Loved the pics dropping into Russell Gulch! Thx!
    Yeah, this one: rgs058.jpg is wonderful. How big is the original? Would you like to submit it for The Book, Mk II?

    Send the full size to me at CanyoneeringUSA@gmail.com if you're interested. I'm collecting photos now, likely to publish in 2 years hence.

    Tom
    Hi Tom, Thanks for the comments. The original is 2.5 megabytes. What is MK II?
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    Quote Originally Posted by french_de
    Quote Originally Posted by ratagonia
    Quote Originally Posted by seb42
    ABSOLUTELY great pics!!! Loved the pics dropping into Russell Gulch! Thx!
    Yeah, this one: rgs058.jpg is wonderful. How big is the original? Would you like to submit it for The Book, Mk II?

    Send the full size to me at CanyoneeringUSA@gmail.com if you're interested. I'm collecting photos now, likely to publish in 2 years hence.

    Tom
    Hi Tom, Thanks for the comments. The original is 2.5 megabytes. What is MK II?
    When I sell through the first printing of Zion: Canyoneering, I will have to make a second edition. With a few more canyons, a couple of corrections, and all new pictures. The all new pictures will be problematic for me, because it took me 8 years to collect pics for the first edition - so I am looking for good pictures from other people, for which I will pay money on publication. Thus, I am starting to collect candidates, and I thought that picture of yours was good. Would you send me an original, so I can stick it in my archive, and consider it a candidate. It would also be helpful if you could run me out a model release. Simply, "yes, Tom can use this picture of me in his book" signed by the people in the picture.

    Thanks.

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratagonia
    Quote Originally Posted by french_de
    Quote Originally Posted by ratagonia
    Quote Originally Posted by seb42
    ABSOLUTELY great pics!!! Loved the pics dropping into Russell Gulch! Thx!
    Yeah, this one: rgs058.jpg is wonderful. How big is the original? Would you like to submit it for The Book, Mk II?

    Send the full size to me at CanyoneeringUSA@gmail.com if you're interested. I'm collecting photos now, likely to publish in 2 years hence.

    Tom
    Hi Tom, Thanks for the comments. The original is 2.5 megabytes. What is MK II?
    When I sell through the first printing of Zion: Canyoneering, I will have to make a second edition. With a few more canyons, a couple of corrections, and all new pictures. The all new pictures will be problematic for me, because it took me 8 years to collect pics for the first edition - so I am looking for good pictures from other people, for which I will pay money on publication. Thus, I am starting to collect candidates, and I thought that picture of yours was good. Would you send me an original, so I can stick it in my archive, and consider it a candidate. It would also be helpful if you could run me out a model release. Simply, "yes, Tom can use this picture of me in his book" signed by the people in the picture.

    Thanks.

    Tom
    Excellent! I will get the releases and the original (my Sister Monica snapped this one) shipped off to you at CanyoneeringUSA@gmail.com

    Thanks
    Don't believe everything you think.

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