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Add style to your ski wardrobe this winter with this tapered waterproof and breathable Free Thinker Jacket from The North Face. Made from triple layers of Gore-Tex XCR Enduro fabric, the Free Thinker masters the elements with a slight taper along the torso that hints at all the right elements of style. If the breathable fabric isn't enough for you, unzip the rotated core vents and chill. The North Face designed the Free Thinker Jacket with an infused polymer design and waterproof polyurethane zippers for optimal weather protection, making this shell a great choice for skiing in coastal mountain ranges where the snow is always a little less dry than the inland fluffy Continental Divide stuff. The Free Thinker has plenty of pockets for your gear and an integrated Recco avalanche rescue reflector for those times that you meander through the danger zones. Add a tapered fleece middle layer and you're set to go in style. * Rugged, waterproof and breathable triple-ply Gore-Tex XCR&Reg Enduro fabric * Fully seam-sealed construction with an infused polymer design and waterproof polyurethane zipper technology * Integrated Recco avalanche rescue reflector * Rotated core vents for cooling * Zippered internal security pocket for your wallet and small valuables * Zippered Napoleon pocket on left chest * Goggle wipe cloth pocket * Full-length front zipper with offset design to minimize chafing * Fully adjustable drop hood * Adjustable powder skirt with gripper elastic and Pant-A-locks attachments for connecting to pants * Weight: 36.6 oz. (1,037 g.)
14 Jun 2007
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filming video for www.HigherSpa.com, 1st day of fall on the Continental Divide in Colorado, when we stumbled upon...
14 Nov 2007
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The first day of fall on the Continental Divide in Colorado. We stumbled upon...Hugo, boogying down? Must be on his way to Basalt to Higher Spa.
24 Mar 2008
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On May 12, we were invited to Rocky Mountain National Park to go up Trail Ridge Road, the longest continually paved road, over the Continental Divide. The park employees were busy plowing the road, with HUGE rotary plows, for a Memorial Day opening. We were at 12,000 ft. above sea level, watching the plow operators clear 25 ft. snow drifts. Awesome! Check it out!
13 May 2008
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June 27 version of ETS commercial for Continental Divide Electric Co-op. Produced by Poco Loco Productions of NMSU-Grants.
19 Nov 2008
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Contact Jack Carpenter at 970-485-0600 - This beautiful ski/golf home on two river front lots in Elk Run at Keystone, Colorado has been beautifuly finished throughout with John Elway designer furnishings, granite counters, hardwood and slate floors. GE Monogram appliances and high-end fixtures. Big flat screen TV's in every room. Relax to the rushing water of the Snake River and the view of the River Golf Course and the Continental Divide. A truly beautiful mountain home with access to everything.
19 May 2010
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By the latter part of the nineteenth century, the railroad was king. Railroad lines crisscrossed the North American continent, allowing for the long-distance transportation of oil, coal, lumbar, gold, and other valuables. Despite high operating costs and fierce competition, the search for better and more profitable routes was constant. David Moffat, a banker and railroad executive, dreamed of a direct route across the Rocky Mountains, a route that would allow him to tap into Colorado’s vast mineral wealth. There was, however, one major obstacle standing in his way—the 13,660-foot Continental Divide. The Moffat Line tells the story of David Moffat and the impossible dream that led to the 1927 completion of the Moffat Tunnel. The story is also about the men who drove the trains and built and operated the railroad under incredible weather and equipment challenges—day and night. Together, Moffat’s vision and the exploits of the railroad workers combine to produce a fascinating chapter in the history of the American West.
21 Oct 2011
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Contact Nancy Yearout at 970-485-0293 - http://www.realestate-breckenridge.net - With views of Lake Dillon, the Keystone ski area, the Continental Divide and the Gore Range, local and second-home buyers alike need to see this beautifully remodeled town home style condo. Beautiful new wood floors and a new stairwell on the main level complement the completely remodeled kitchen –notice the slab granite counters, new fixtures and stainless steel appliances. From the living room and large wrap-around deck you have views of Lake Dillon, the Keystone ski runs and the Continental Divide, in fact there are views from every room! The half bath is also located on this level. Upstairs you have two bedrooms with views from both bedrooms, new carpet and a large full bath with granite and slate. All this and a very reasonable price. Come see it today.
31 Jan 2012
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http://commercial-kitchen-rental-portable.com Portable Commercial Kitchen for Rental Company follow the same health codes as long-lasting dining facilities? Visit us at http://commercial-kitchen-rental-portable.com and call us 1-800-205-6106. In a Temporary dinning facility a Food Service administrator designated in the Mobile Kitchen facility is accountable for the total food service of the whole facility. When leasing or leasing a temporary facility they need to consider all the food safety functions first. Mobile Freezers Rental units are brought in to keep food at a temperature level of 0 degrees Fahrenheit or below and fridges need to be 41 degrees Fahrenheit or below. Thermometers should be put in the hottest location of the fridge and fridge to guarantee correct temperature level. Short-term Kitchen Facilities are self-contained and fulfill all the refrigeration storage requirements. Shiprock, Waterflow, Sanostee, Abiquiu, Alcalde, Amalia, Arroyo Hondo, Arroyo Seco, Canjilon, Canones, Cebolla, Cerro, Chamisal, Chimayo, Costilla, Taos Ski Valley, Dulce, El Prado, El Rito, Embudo, Espanola, Glorieta, Hernandez, Ilfeld, La Madera, Lamy, Los Alamos, Medanales, Ojo Caliente, Los Ojos, Penasco, Petaca, Questa, Ranchos De Taos, Red River, Ribera, San Cristobal, Ohkay Owingeh, Santa Cruz, Serafina, Taos, Tererro, Tesuque, Tierra Amarilla, Trampas, Tres Piedras, Truchas, Vadito, Valdez, Vallecitos. Emergency food service administrators have numerous responsibilities. Instance, food must be prepared and served with the minimal manual contact, with ideal utensils, and on areas that have actually been cleaned, rinsed, and sanitized prior to use to prevent cross-contamination. Pueblo Of Acoma, Moriarty, Mountainair, Nageezi, New Laguna, Paguate, Pena Blanca, Peralta, Placitas, Ponderosa, Prewitt, Sandia Park, Corrales, San Fidel, San Rafael, Santo Domingo Pueblo, San Ysidro, Tijeras, Tome, Torreon, Veguita, Bosque Farms, Clines Corners, Cochiti Pueblo, Cochiti Lake, Albuquerque, Kirtland Afb, Rio Rancho, Gallup, Brimhall, Church Rock, Continental Divide, Crownpoint, Fence Lake, Fort Wingate, Gamerco, Mentmore, Mexican Springs, Thoreau, Tohatchi, Vanderwagen, Navajo, Pinehill, Sheep Springs, Smith Lake, Yatahey, Aztec, Flora Vista, Kirtland, Navajo Dam. Mobile Kitchen Facilities should prepare food in accordance with developed food preparation practices and safety methods. The Leasing of short-term facilities does not make the policies any softer.
7 May 2013
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The Monsters and More! It's one of the roughest, toughest mountain passes, where heavy tonnage trains battle 2.2 percent grades and up to three sets of helpers are needed for the haul. It's a line of repeated horseshoe curves, with two long trestles, and a 3,896-foot long tunnel that crosses the Continental Divide. It's located in the Big Sky country of Montana, where endless vistas of mountains and cloud-filled skies create a scenic backdrop for trains of 100-plus cars. It's a place where two railroads juggle nonstop traffic over 29 miles of partially single-tracked mountain rails. Welcome to Mullan Pass! Burlington Northern and Montana Rail Link shared the line when Video Rails captured the excitement on this legendary Pass in 1990. Starting at Helena Junction, we see BN and MRL trains depart for the steep climb to the summit. Every westbound train needs helpers and MRL's heaviest power is assigned to its helper pool. SD40-2s and SD45s make up the bulk of the power seen here. 15,000-ton coal trains with 45,000 HP grind their way up the 2.2 percent grade, past Iron Ridge, Greenhorn Trestle, and Skyline Trestle to Mullan Tunnel, Blossburg Siding, and Elliston. Huge clouds of diesel exhaust billow out of the tunnel, making it easy to see why it's called the "Black Fog of Blossburg." A special treat is a cab ride across the Pass in the lead helper engine of BN Train 195, a daily mixed freight. Whether you're viewing the line from the crews' perspective, from trackside, or through vast panorama views, railroading on Mullan Pass is an awesome experience you'll want to enjoy again and again!
9 Jun 2010
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continental divide. john belushi
25 Jun 2010
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It is all about the music... and relaxing on a sunny afternoon. This video is "home spun"; I spent some time on the Bitterroot River, in Hamilton, Montana. (Don't forget to check your video quality, and select the highest resolution that works for you...) The Bitterroot Mountains are on the horizon. The river runs through Hamilton, Montana in the Bitterroot Valley, just north and west of the Continental Divide (same river where the movie "A River Runs Through It" was filmed). The video conveys a lazy afternoon at the river, enjoying the beauty as the music plays. The guitar is a Taylor 614ce. I wrote, played, recorded, mixed (produced) all tracks and instruments. My music can be found on http://tomas-david-hood.com/ I look forward to your comments (about the music, mainly). I know that the video is not high-action, spectacular stuff. Enjoy it for what it is! Copyright, 2009, Tomas David Hood. All rights reserved. PRS=BMI
11 Feb 2011
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