Celebration at the top of the Home Stretch, 100 horizontal feet from the summit

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Richard Ryer on October 13, 2007

Making the summit plain is a good reason to smile, even though there is another 4 foot boulder to get on top of just off to the right a 100 feet. Nice view up there.

Richard Ryer on October 14, 2007

Greetings Billy, Thanks for visiting the summit plain and your wonderful comments and insights. They are very proud to have made the summit under the conditions. It was a good day.

Cheers,

Rich

Richard Ryer on October 15, 2007

Greetings Bruce, Thanks for visiting the summit plain and your wonderful comments. The top of Longs Peak is flat, about the size of a football field, remnants of Flat Top Mountain before the glaciers. Once on top, we were all very happy and truly enjoying ourselves.

Cheers,

Rich

Richard Ryer on October 19, 2007

Greetings Tomoaki, Thanks for visiting the summit plain of Longs Peak and your wonderful comment. Doing things with the kids is always a great thing, whether conquering mountains or going for a burrito. I enjoy seeing your kids and yourself at the riding club. What fun. I appreciate that people enjoy seeing the families doing things even though the photos will never make Panoramio or meet the criteria for posting. It is a great way for us to get to know each other around this great planet. Thank you for sharing and I'm glad you like my adventures with the kids. Have a great weekend.

Cheers,

Rich

Gaudenzio Ghilardi on December 12, 2011

Bravissimi!!! Il luogo è bellissimo. --like-- Grazie per la visita e il commento. Auguro a te e familia un sereno Natale e un nuovo anno pieno di felicità. ciao Gaudenzio

Richard Ryer on December 28, 2011

Greetings Gaudenzio, Thanks for the visit and the wonderful comment. Cheers, Rich

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Photo taken in East Longs Peak Trail, Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, CO 80517, USA

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  • Uploaded on October 13, 2007
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    by Richard Ryer
    • Camera: Hewlett-Packard HP PhotoSmart C945 (V01.40)
    • Taken on 2004/07/25 09:08:26
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