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KCOCCO ~ photo - Bathroom
Bathroom 

Travertine floor cut and installed in guest bathroom today. The last few days have been removing floor, thinset and screw cement board, patching, painting, cutting and installing stone floor.

The tour starts Monday! Belize,Guatemala, Thailand, Bhutan, India, Thailand, SLC....

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Wolverine Bowl with the Boyz 

Dan, Mike and I on Mount Wolverine getting ready to pump out some laps in the bowl, celebrating my 70th day of riding.

Mike off the classic wind lip top of Wolverine Bowl

We rode the Brighton Ski lift Millicent ($free$ pass from Dan!! thanks!!). I was nice to kick some steps.

Dan busting out of the bushes

Mike jumping into the Mary Chutes

Cabin below Mary Chutes....check out the patty of snow. Brighton reported a 165 inch base today.

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Google Satellite Map 

Belize Google Satellite Map

Google has integrated satellite mapping from the acquired KeyHole into their mapping systems maps.google.com. The upper right hand of the map screen allows you to toggle between satellite pictures and road maps. It seems areas outside of the USA do not have road mapping or detailed satellite..yet. You should be able to zoom from view of entire North America down to a picture showing your home. Try the click and drag...amazing performance!

Here is a link showing Bhutan
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Bluebird Powder Day 

Brighton, Hardcoin, face shot by Dan

Millicent Cliffs Dan

Great Western
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GAD II 

Snowbird off Gad II. Snowing! My best run was my last @4pm. I will be at Brighton, bright and early.
Taken with flash to light up the close flakes.

Olympus cove

Wasatch front north of Big Cottonwood canyon
Stitched with PhotoStitch. The panaramic is from 7 pictures stitched together then croped. I also took every picture with 3 different exposures. Photostitch had better results than Panoramic Factory.
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