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RxGuy 08-04-2019 04:03 PM

August 2019 Photo Contest
First off....thanks for choosing my entry as the July winner.

The August photo contest:

"The Mountains are calling and I must go!" (John Muir)

Picture of your Airstream including mountains of some type.

Opn Rd 08-04-2019 04:16 PM

Glacier National Park
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Night owls 08-04-2019 05:15 PM

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Do hills count?:) In Klamath Falls, Oregon. Ours is on the right

mpsgolf 08-04-2019 06:30 PM

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Devilís Tower - a mountain of sorts.

Lumatic 08-04-2019 07:16 PM

Last time I was there they had outdoor movie night at the Devil's Tower campground. There was only one choice, same move every night. Any guesses?

GMFL 08-04-2019 07:23 PM


Originally Posted by Lumatic (Post 2273170)
Last time I was there they had outdoor movie night at the Devil's Tower campground. There was only one choice, same move every night. Any guesses?

Close Encounters of the Third Kind?

Utah Man 08-04-2019 07:36 PM

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Fish Lake, Utah... an old family favorite.Attachment 348556
Regards - Ron

rmkrum 08-04-2019 09:15 PM


Originally Posted by GMFL (Post 2273172)
Close Encounters of the Third Kind?

Sigh. Ear worm...

Still a very cool movie...

banderabob 08-05-2019 09:44 AM

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Flagstaff AZ

wwillson 08-05-2019 10:20 AM

Great Sand Dunes National Park

Katahdin 08-05-2019 10:36 AM

Peninsula State Park-Wisconsin
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On Lake Michigan.

wwillson 08-05-2019 11:14 AM

Great Sand Dunes National Park

Fly at Night 08-05-2019 11:22 AM

A Bit of a Lesson in B.C. Mountains
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I have a pet peeve when it comes to the mountains of British Columbia. When the international media are here to do a story and are back dropped by a mountain, they usually refer to it as the Rocky Mountains. (This error was especially prevalent during the 2010 Winter Olympics which were held in Vancouver and Whistler).

Nothing could be further from the truth -- unless, of course, you are in the extreme eastern section of the province.

If one was travelling eastbound from the westcoast of B.C. to Alberta on the Trans-Canada Highway, you would encounter three main mountain ranges. The Coast Mountains are the lowest; most have trees right to the peak. The Coastal Range line the B.C. coast from Vancouver to Alaska. The mountains you see in Vancouver are part of that range, and extend inland approximately 200 miles.

The main range (before the Rockies) are the Selkirk Mountains. You can see a distinct treeline, as they are higher. This photo shows one of the mountains in the Selkirk Range. It was taken east of Revelstoke, B.C., during my 2013 trip to Alberta.

The mighty Rockies straddle the B.C. and Alberta border, and are the highest. Consequently, they are mostly granite with a very low treeline.

Wheelestate 08-05-2019 11:32 AM

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Grand Tetons and Vedauwoo Recreation Area w/ tow Vehicle on way out to Tetons

OTRA15 08-05-2019 03:54 PM

Welcome to the forum . . . that first photo is staggering IMO!


PS -- There is a Campsite Pics thread, which could also benefit from seeing all your photos, as well as shots from everyone else:

coasttocoast 08-05-2019 04:21 PM

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Perce, Quebec

nerka3 08-05-2019 06:48 PM

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This photo was takin by the Bear Glacier outside of Stewart, BC which is on the border of Alaska in Misty Fjords National Monument. We have a 2018 23CB.

trailerKat 08-05-2019 07:40 PM

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Deerlick Gap Overlook Blue Ridge Parkway

Big_T 08-05-2019 07:53 PM

Somewhere before Colorado Rockies
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Hittenstiehl 08-05-2019 08:36 PM

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There you go Banderbob got you turned to the right.Attachment 348638

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