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Great RGatward 2009-09-16 7:55

Hi Kari, long time no comment. This grabbed from your recents, mainly because Ive been trying to work this trip into my schedule for the last 17 years (always too many other consderations), but I guess what I really want to do is drive allong the route to find fine Povs like this one. This is better than any publicity shot I've seen for it.

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Old 09-17-2009, 11:08 AM
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Thanks Richard,
Car is no doubt a fast way to find such shooting locations.
But train stop are not too far from each other and hiking from one to next and hopping on and off trains can also get you to many nice locations within a day.
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OK< thanks for tip, I hadn't realised there was such frequency, I may make it there in December, which might provide some scenic shots, but I'm not sure if it's a year round operation.
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Trains are less frequent in wintertime, about hourly connections. And many hiking paths are probably closed on snowy regions.
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