A few photos from my hike through GSMNP today
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A few photos from my hike through GSMNP today
Posted by Golfer on 3/2 at 9:49 pm
Rainbow Falls Trail, 29 degrees, 6" of fresh powder:

ETA: Not sure why photos are turned for iOS devices...








Base of Rainbow Falls in the middle of the snowstorm:


This post was edited on 3/2 at 9:54 pm

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Posted by we_geaux_harder on 3/2 at 9:50 pm to Golfer
I bet everyone is bending their head to the right..


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Posted by jfuselier1 on 3/2 at 9:50 pm to Golfer
too cold for this coonass


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Posted by Dodd on 3/2 at 9:50 pm to Golfer
Pics are sideways on my iPad.


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Posted by jfuselier1 on 3/2 at 9:52 pm to Dodd
pics are fine on my lap top



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Posted by DrTyger on 3/2 at 9:52 pm to Golfer



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Posted by Golfer on 3/2 at 9:53 pm to Dodd
quote:

Pics are sideways on my iPad.



I took them with my iPhone then had to rotate them 90deg on my laptop. Showing upright on my laptop...




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Posted by RogerTheShrubber on 3/2 at 10:06 pm to Golfer
They look fine on my laptop. Nice ...


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Posted by ForeverLSU02 on 3/2 at 10:10 pm to Dodd
quote:

Pics are sideways on my iPad.



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Posted by SimonSlick on 3/3 at 8:02 am to Golfer
Gorgeous. I was just there last week, but no snow.


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Posted by Napoleon on 3/3 at 10:34 pm to Golfer
Hold up. The roaring forks was open??

I was just there two weeks ago and there was no snow and the road to that trail was closed. I have been to Rainbow and Grotto before but didn't want to add the eight miles to the trip with roaring forks trail closed.




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Posted by Golfer on 3/3 at 10:42 pm to Napoleon
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Hold up. The roaring forks was open?? I was just there two weeks ago and there was no snow and the road to that trail was closed. I have been to Rainbow and Grotto before but didn't want to add the eight miles to the trip with roaring forks trail closed.


No. Cherokee Orchard Rd. was open to the Rainbow Falls trailhead/parking lot. They actually had it closed that morning until they could plow and salt the road. We didn't start the hike until about 11:30.



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Posted by El Josey Wales on 3/3 at 10:43 pm to Golfer
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Pics are sideways on my iPad.



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Posted by Golfer on 3/3 at 10:44 pm to El Josey Wales
Apparently there's some formatting issue with iOS photos to a PC program that are then uploaded on tinypic.


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Posted by jimbeam on 3/3 at 10:51 pm to Golfer
sure looks a lot different covered in snow


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Posted by TRUERockyTop on 3/4 at 2:39 am to Golfer
Gods Country


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Posted by QuietTiger on 3/4 at 7:03 am to Golfer
Nice pics. I always liked hiking after a snow, you would see animal prints everywhere yet few animals.
Thought my 35mm batteries had died once, turned out to be the shutter was frozen shut.



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