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One question about the Historic Railroad Trail (another great site you've clued me into that I would otherwise never have known about)....are those tunnels possibly cutting through a series of radiating volcanic dikes?
Did you use a Neutral-density filter for some of the daytime waterfall shots?Like this one??Nice collection!
Those all deserve the Angelic Choir Sound Effect! If you don't mind my asking, what does a Havasupai vacation cost? Did you use an outfitter? Sorry if that's probing, but you just rearranged my bucket list.
Great, great, great story, Mbender. One of the very best ever. I love the Organs in all their rugged isolation. I used to climb there twenty years ago. You know who really knows them well? Backpacker56. He can tell you some stories.
These stories, sure, great story with EXCELLENT pictures but there's more. Call me a newbie but the stories on this site are constantly teaching me about all these new wonderful places that are scattered throughout our great country. I've been to Vegas more times than I can count and YES I've been outside the area. I've day visited Valley of Fire and another area park who's name escapes me right now and wandered around the Lake Mead/Hoover Dam area. I had no idea about all those other wonderful areas. Never new such a thing as Supai existed. And not just this story. In the last few years my appetite has been whetted by so many different areas, adventures and excursions. Rocketman asked MBender a question and commented "you just rearranged my bucketlist"! You think? I think I'm going to start using that to pay compliment to great stories. I've not necessarily planned a trip yet, still trying to wander around BiBE as much as possible but MY bucket list has grown considerably. The things I've read about and researched due to the stories and questions on this site; Civil War battle grounds, all those gorgeous Utah Canyons, the Native American sites of New Mexico, tucked away hiking spots in the Texas Hill Country.Once again, thank you Casa Grande for creating this site. Thanks to all you contributors who not only share a desire for adventure but take the rest of us along for the ride.
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