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Old 10-11-2016, 08:12 AM
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Michelle and I climbed 2,300 feet in 3-1/2 miles on the Twin Sisters Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park for that pic. Topped out at almost 11,500 feet...the last couple hundred feet of vert were totally exposed...above tree line... One of the tougher hikes we've ever done...
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Old 10-11-2016, 08:32 AM
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Hey, Jr and I did walk a few trails.
A micro brewery up there - who knew?

JK, looks like a great itme with the boy.
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Old 10-11-2016, 08:36 AM
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Michelle and I climbed 2,300 feet in 3-1/2 miles on the Twin Sisters Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park for that pic. Topped out at almost 11,500 feet...the last couple hundred feet of vert were totally exposed...above tree line... One of the tougher hikes we've ever done...
Little hard to breathe up there, isn't it? We did some hiking on Rainier from ~6000 ft to 8500 and that was tough. Can't imagine 11,500
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Double J and I made it up this trail about a Mile I am guessing before conditions got to slippery for our "Nike Cross-Trainers".... Thank god, because I was nursing a hang over and we were well above 12,000 ft.
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Double J and I made it up this trail about a Mile I am guessing before conditions got to slippery for our "Nike Cross-Trainers".... Thank god, because I was nursing a hang over and we were well above 12,000 ft.
Didnt wear the flip-flops?
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Didnt wear the flip-flops?
No, I prefer a close toed shoe for hiking..... Everyone knows proper equipment to required when you are out in the elements (the weather can change very quickly). That is why my son is sporting Jordan tennis shoes, shorts, and a Buckeys jersey while I was wearing khaki shorts, Waylon Jennings tee shirt, and boat shoes!! Might have been a slight error in judgment on my part, because it was cold up there, and we got a bit of a sun burn.
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Not boating related but first 2 are from the hotel room door. Each is from Sedona.

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Have tried to upload 4 times without luck.
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Have tried to upload 4 times without luck.
Have you tried resizing them in your phone editor? If the file is too big, it takes forever, or it doesn't work.
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Considered that but have never seen an editor or resizing app on the phone. Maybe I'll look again.
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Considered that but have never seen an editor or resizing app on the phone. Maybe I'll look again.
You should see 3 dots in the upper right hand corner of the image. Touch them, the first thing on the list that pops up says edit.
You should be able to crop, resize, rotate,etc.
Make sure you save it,by touching the little "SD card " icon.
It'll save to "studio" when you select which image to upload, it should give you the option to select which file your image is coming from.

I do not use Tapatalk app. I view and upload pics using the browser on my phone.
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You should see 3 dots in the upper right hand corner of the image. Touch them, the first thing on the list that pops up says edit.
You should be able to crop, resize, rotate,etc.
Make sure you save it,by touching the little "SD card " icon.
It'll save to "studio" when you select which image to upload, it should give you the option to select which file your image is coming from.

I do not use Tapatalk app. I view and upload pics using the browser on my phone.
Good luck!
Found this last night. Will give it a try.
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