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Kevin Perry Jan 25
Marcus getting some air in Beechworth @ Beechworth MTB Park
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Alan Wooten Mar 31
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Hannah Reeder 16h
Excitement at the Reeder house tonight!
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cv Jan 11
I've never been happier
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Kevin Perry Jan 25
Travis seeing if he can out do his little brother. @ Beechworth MTB Park
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John A. Daly Jan 19
No complaints about the weekend view.
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edwinkiddo Feb 26
My drive from Denver Airport to Co Springs and Breckenridge @ Breckenridge, Colorado
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Cortney Braswell Feb 14
Name a better way to spend a day in March than in God's High Country enjoying some of America's best football!!!
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Brooks Garner, TV Meteorologist Jan 4
I knew I left that cabin up here SOMEWHERE!?! 4X4 country.
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Plane&Pilot Magazine Feb 10
Here's why wishful thinking and flying in the high country don't mix.
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Bryce Eishold Mar 3
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Katie Shapiro Apr 12
Looking back at "Aspen’s New Kind of Ski Bum” from the March 5, 1971 issue of (+ more vintage linkage to get lost in today): via
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Georgina Gould-Hardwick Apr 3
The yellow-tails are back! 😀 funereus migrate from the to the in autumn-winter. Almost 100 birds flew over our yard. I didn't have a camera on me, luckily my housemate Chase Aghan caught the last of the bunch!
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Kate Blood Jan 5
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BrantG Mar 29
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King's Camo May 18
Can you see ? Very soon we'll be back into the highcountry in search of velvet dreams. 🏹 .
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wdmiller159 3400 ASL Jan 27
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mike williams May 21
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Eucalypt Australia Mar 22
Shaped by wind, bowed but not broken, the , pauciflora, is symbolic of the tenacity of . As the 2019 , this species synonymous with the Australian is going to be a hard act to follow!
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Cindy McLeish Feb 6
Full credit to the committees over the 134 years to keep this event going. It’s a sports day with a difference and well worth the drive! Visit the bush.
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