Your neck of the woods...

mhambi Posted By mhambi, Sep 14, 2010 at 5:38 PM

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  1. allhandsworking

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    "oh silver beach"! Pd n fd land!
     
  2. Bxpellet

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    At the end of Indian Trail, Silver Beach I lived there for 12 years If you weren't from the area you would never know it was there!!
     
  3. allhandsworking

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    A really nice spot!
     
  4. North of 60

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    My frozen tundra flatland neck of da woods. Sorry for all the igloos blocking the view. %-P
    Cheers
     

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  5. stee6043

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    Attached is a shot of my home from last winter. This was a heavy first snow as evidenced by the trailer full of wood still in the driveway...
     

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  6. stee6043

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    And here...guardian of my woodpile.

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  7. begreen

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    Lately we have had fog, rain, sun, you name it. Here's what we've been seeing.

    Edit: Just added the last shot. It's taken around the corner from here.
     

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  8. Pagey

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    Love that first pic! It looks very cool and crisp. Summer is never ending this year. Supposed to top out in the lower to mid 90s this week. That's easily 12-14F above average. I am beyond ready for fall weather. Hell, we might skip fall and go straight into winter, kinda like we did with spring this year. However, it's been a spectacular year for seasoning the ole red oak!
     
  9. mhambi

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    This was from the back door of my office a week or so ago.... it's coming...


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  10. SolarAndWood

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    Your employer has great vision. Not sure I'd get anything done with that to look at though.
     
  11. High_Iron

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    I agree. i just made that pic my desktop. thanks!
     
  12. mhambi

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    Sep 10, 2010
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    Cool! That's Mt. Timpanogos. Here's another shot of it I took a year ago...

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    Great pictures everybody... thanks for posting them!
     
  13. flusher17

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    This is the view of Lake Placid from the top of Whiteface Mtn.
     

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  14. lfunk11

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    my spot in the woods

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  15. smokinj

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    Corn!
     

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  16. Delta-T

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    I didn't know corn could grow into rounds that thick. looks almost like wood. :)
     
  17. firefighterjake

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    Well here's some pics . . . not really pretty ones . . . no mountain scenes or scenes from the coast . . . and the leaves are falling off pretty quickly thanks to the recent wind and rain . . . and it's not a Taj Ma Hal . . . but it's my little slice of heaven. . . .
     

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  18. muncybob

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    Reminds me of Emerald Lake........just absolutely beautiful country up there!
     
  19. cptoneleg

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    Jul 17, 2010
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    Nice place Jake send one more photo of that woodshed looks like a 4 bay, and full and ready to burn.

    Cpt.
     
  20. gibson

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    What an awesome slideshow that would make. Thanks to everyone who contributed, east coast, mid-west, mountains, and west.
     
  21. BucksCoBernie

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  22. RoseRedHoofbeats

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    Oct 7, 2010
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    Hey, a fellow Utahn! I knew there had to be one other person from around here!

    Here are some pics I took up in Little Cottonwood Canyon last November, just after our first good snowstorm-

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    ~Rose
     
  23. firefighterjake

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    Jul 22, 2008
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    I recently posted a few pics of my woodshed . . . I think they're in the "Wood Shed" forum . . . which would be appropriate. . . . and yes . . . 4 bays . . . enough for two years worth of wood.
     
  24. firefighterjake

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    HehHeh . . . that was one of my requirements when my wife and I were looking for our house many years back . . . I said I wanted at least a two-bay garage since I hated brushing snow and scraping ice off my car before heading to work . . . while I don't like the roof style (would have preferred a matching roof line to that of the house) I do like the over-sized garage since it means I can fit 4 cars and my ATV inside . . . and still have space for a work bench and room above for storage.
     
  25. chatsworth

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    Beautiful pictures guys! I'm new here...from Nashville. The colors are starting to change, but I don't have any pictures yet. Hopefully, this weekend
     
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