Friday, July 27, 2007

PhotoHunt again...



This is a photo of "The Hut" that my brother & his friends built up in the wilderness of a certain ski hill. They trekked in super deep snow & built this with the tools they could carry up there with them. They disguised it as best they could among the trees so Ski Patrol wouldn't find it & tear it down as they have so many other times. The guys are able to ski right into The Hut, relax, then ski out again when they're done.

Word is that Ski Patrol finally came across it & rather than tear it down, left their stamp of approval! The Hut still lives!



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28 comments:

Opal said...

That is creative it reminds me of a yert. How long did it take them to build that?

Happy Photo Hunting!

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CRIZ LAI said...

That’s real creative. Glad to know the ski patrol approved on the construction too. Happy Weekend! http://crizlai.blogspot.com/2007/07/photo-hunters-creative.html

Satkuru said...

wow, it didn't look easy for them to have built it up there.

KISSEDALOTATOADS said...

Wow, to build something that big must have taken them a while. Can hardly see it in the first picture. And the view is truly breathtaking. Great photos, and thanks for sharing.

Liz said...

That is very creative. I couldn't work out what was hut and what was tree!

Tina said...

Wow, tell your brother he is really a creative one. This is a great idea. Nice Shoots for this weeks theme and thanks for sharing them. :-) Have a nice weekend.

jams o donnell said...

wonderful photos. Happy weekend!

tegdirb92 said...

now that is creative!! Awesome.

Pam said...

Wonderful...I too hope the ski patrol doesn't find it and tear it down! Great place for a rest stop!


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Dana said...

Wow! Looks amazing. Happy hunting...

FRIDAY'S CHILD said...

Nice view. Awesome.
Mine is up too.

Montserrat said...

Very creative indeed especially if Ski Patrol decided it could stay. Beautiful view!

Janie Hickok Siess, Esq. said...

WOW, the view is amazing. And the whole idea was VERY creative.

A. said...

That is wonderful. Great story, great pictures!

Welcome to the Photo Hunt :)

Drew said...

That is one awesome ski hut. Never heard of doing such a thing before.

Samantha & Tigger said...

That was perfect for the theme! And pretty amazing for just a few tools they carried with them. Welcome to the Photo Hunt!!

Karen said...

AMAZING what a group of young men can get accomplished if they put their mind too it.

Too bad that quality doesn't stick after marriage! HA!

Great pictures!

Dragonheart said...

Very creative! I'm glad the ski patrol decided it could stay. I'm sure they are only concerned about safety.

meeyauw said...

Well I am impressed! I don't ski but I know how difficult snow that deep is to travel in. It isn't just a hut; it is more like a camp! That took a lot of effort. It's so funny about the ski patrol!

Vader's Mom said...

What a fun idea! I've never been skiing, so I'm sure I'd need a place to rest!!

Tammy said...

Visiting for the first time...
Wow- that is truly creative! And talented, too! So glad the ski patrol left it standing!
Blessings!

Cats~Goats~Quotes said...

That's very creative and impressive!
The ski patrol must have been impressed, too!

Teena said...

Wow! That looks like a lot of work!

Mine's up too :)

Turtles said...

Amazing picture of the hut. Very creative. I'm glad the ski patrol left it too.

Patricia said...

How cool. I wouldn't want to be in the hut, but I think it was very creative for them to build it. I LOVE the last photo! What an incredible view!

Welcome to Photo Hunt.

Gran - (Angela) said...

Awesome creative designing. I know that the construction team loved the resting place to visit.

Have a great weekend!

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Paulie said...

What a creative post full of wonderful creations in the snow. (I love snow so it was wonderful to view it during thee hot month of July.) I, too, am glad they didn't tear it down. Bet it serves as a reminder fo some great memories.

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TNChick said...

that's pretty darn neat!