But is it art?

Photos from our ski trip to Mammoth Mountain. Dates are wrong, damn EXIF!

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The Internets have revealed pictures of Mammoth in the summer. Compare!

Sat, 11 Jun 2005 16:26:00 +0000

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Me and my brother at the summit of Mammoth Mountain. The sign at our feet is buried in 12 feet of snow!

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Words cannot express how cold the second day was. The upside was that it snowed the most that it had for something like seven years.

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You can't see it clearly in the thumbnail, but that train in this picture is about 150 carriages long. That's pretty damn long for a train, in my book.

Mon, 06 Jun 2005 16:21:00 +0000

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Everything really is bigger in America. The drive to Mammoth is truely amazing. The US-395 continues for hundreds of miles through a valley bordered by huge mountains. At the time, it seemed like the valley was approximately the width of England. Driving long distances in the USA really isn't a problem, because of their comfy Urban Assault Vehicles, and the vistas that stretch out endlessly.

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Never rent a car from Alamo. It took them about half an hour to allocate us the first car they lent us—as you can see, it was either stolen from the set of Die Another Day, or it was just missing.

The second car they lent us was fine, except that it didn't have any keys. We didn't discover this fact until after we had loaded up and were trying to leave. Unfortunately, when my dad left the car to go to the front desk, the doors locked themselves, making inacessible both our luggage and my brother.

Another half an hour, four sales assistants and a third car later, we were underway.

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