Archive for June, 2009

Orlando Bingles’ Rocky Mountain High: Pictures

by Bingle on Jun.23, 2009, under Richard Bingle Family

I’ve added some pictures to most of the posts about our recent trip. To see the entire gallery (which includes more pictures than what is included in the individual posts, yet is only a small sample of the nearly 3900 pictures from the trip) click on the picture below.

Rocky Mountain High 2009

Other interesting numbers:

  • Days of trip – 18
  • Countries visited – 2
  • National Parks/Memorials visited – 9
  • Miles driven – 4282
  • Hours of video shot – 9
  • Wolves seen – 2
  • Elk seen – 1404
  • Bears seen – 24
  • Buffalo seen – 896
  • Moose seen – 6
  • Mountain goats – 3
  • Pronghorn antelope seen – 627
  • Raft trips taken – 2
  • Horseback riding trips taken – 1
  • Old Faithful eruptions witnessed – 4
  • Switchbacks at Lower Falls hiked – 10
  • Trees at Jenny Lake down across path – 46

To get to Day 1 of the trip, click here

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Website and Gallery Issues

by Administrator on Jun.15, 2009, under Site News

I am having some major problems getting the website and gallery back up and working correctly after a disk failure last night.

UPDATE (06/18):

I believe I have managed to restore everything and have even upgraded the blog and gallery software to newer versions in the process. I’m still tinkering, so you may notice some (hopefully) minor oddities over the next few days.

UPDATE (06/21):

Ok, so my tinkering ended up leading to trying out a new look for the entire website, hopefully you enjoy the new look.

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Long Time Since Last Post

by AMHatfield on Jun.12, 2009, under Anthony Hatfield Family

It has been a long time since I have posted anything.  Amber just turned 7 a couple of weeks ago.  My parents came over to celebrate her birthday.  Both girls also had a dance recital this past weekend, so my parents got a two-for-one deal.  Celebrate a birthday and see the recital.  It amazes me how much effort goes into a recital where the actual dance routine is about 3 minutes long.  They had to practice on Saturday and of course had professional pictures taken.  Then on Sunday we had to go for the actual recital.  I thought Amber and Abbie both did a very good job and looked very cute.  I added a new sub-album with pictures to my amhatfield album for those that might be interested. 

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