Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by kholmes, Jul 5, 2006.
Click on my profile to see the photo.
but oh my goodness is that beautiful! did u take it??? beck
Clearly that is the mountain lair of The Grinch!!!
LOL ; )
Looks like a painting. Shangrilah?
I didn't take the photo, alas, but it is of a place I always wanted to climb in. Though I was never a skilled enough climber to tackle these peaks!
I vote for the Saw Tooth Mountains, Stanley, Idaho
looks like the mountains on the island of the misfit toys from the Rudolf the red nose reindeer cartoons LOL
Yes, I see a perfect hogback ridge. Give us a clue, is it our the continent?
in North or South America.
in south america
Is it Idaho???
Can you be more specific?
sure is breath taking
venzula to chile form the western edge of south america the highest peak is mount aconcagan the chile-argentia boarder...
southern patagonia argentine mt. peaks
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think he painted his own picture of his fantasy mountains he likes....lol
so when i am sleeping or pretending to sleep your up try to break the code..
i will not go to sleep until i find out what the heck mountain range this is.lol
i have to get outmy 1040's from year 2004 tomarow...actually for a couple of reasons...one for the child support attorney...and thother to write i.r.s and tell them to merge the files...and refund me my 1400.00 they took out of my refund for the ex's money that was owed...but really was not owed after i did the taxes and went ahead and filed married filing jointly...
good night on the post
These mountains are right next to Mount Fitzroy, in Los Glaciares National Park in Patagonia, Argentina, way down on the tip of South America. This sublime range has some of the worst weather in the world, with extreme winds and nasty storms.
The highest peak in the photo is called Cerro Torre, one of the hardest mountains to climb in the world. In the 50s, an Italian climber named Cesare Maestri claimed to be the first to reach the summit--and still claims it to this day. But the rest of the world climbing community doubts him. The peak wasn't officially climbed until 1974.
A Google Image search of Mount Fitzroy or Cerro Torre will give you more beautiful photos of the range.
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wow thats beautiful thanks for sharing that picture.
have a wonderful day!
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