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Photos from 2010

    Meet the Clubs Night Slideshow (.pdf - 12.5 Mb) - May - 2010

    Steamboat Photos - Feb 20 - 27 - 2010
 

Photos from 2009

    TCSC Ski Sale - 11/19/09

    Plattekill Mountain Biking - 10/4/09

    Meet the Clubs Night Slideshow (.pdf - 9.0 Mb) - May - 2009

Photos from 2008

    Plattekill Mountain Biking - 10/4/08

    TCSC Ski Sale - 11/23/08

Photos from 2007

    Killington Ski Camp Videos (under construction)

    Binghamton Brickyard Moonlight Hike 2007 - 11/24/07 (Photos added 11/27/07)

    Ski and Sports Equipment Sale 2007 - 11/18/07 (Photos added 11/2X/07)

    Bike and Dine 2007 - 10/6/07 (Photos added 10/8/07)

    Western Trip Slide Show (.pps - 4 Mb) | (PDF- 4 Mb) | (PowerPoint .ppt - 4 Mb) Compiled By Walt Bogumil

    Plattekill Ski Trip - 1/27/07 (Photos added 3/17/07)

 

Photos from 2006

    Killington Ski Camp - 12/3/06 (Photos added 12/3/06)

    Hike - IBM Glen - 11/26/06 (Photos added 11/26/06)

    Ski and Sports Equipment Sale 2006 - 11/19/06 (Photos added 11/22/06)

    Bike and Dine 2006 at Plattekill - 9/30/06 (Photos added 10/1/06)

    Club Meeting - September 2006 - 9/7/06 (Photos added 9/8/06)

    Summer BBQ July 2006 - 7/14/06 (Photos added 8/21/06)

    Board Meeting July 2006 - 7/27/06 (Photos added 7/29/06)

    Bristol Mountain Trip - Feb 2006 - 2/10/06 (Photos added 4/2/06)

    Elk Mountain Trip - Feb 2006 - 2/3/06 (Photos added 2/5/06)

    Windham Mountain Trip - Jan 2006 - 1/20/06 (Photos added 1/22/06)

    Elk Mountain Trip - Jan 2006 - 1/8/06 (Photos added 1/8/06)

Photos from 2005

    Holiday Party - Dec 2005 - 12/10/05 (Photos added 12/11/05)

    Killington Ski Camp - 12/5 - 12/9/05 (Photos added 11/17/06)

    Paddling Trip - Sept 2005 - 9/24/05 (Photos added 12/11/05)

    Club Meeting - Sept 2005 - 9/8/05 (Photos added 11/8/05)

    Spiediefest - 8/7/05 (Photos added 7/29/06)

    Hike - Delaware Water Gap - 4/16/05 (Photos added 5/4/05)

    Day at Greek Peak - 3/13/05 (Photos added 3/13/05)

    Days at Greek Peak - 3/5 & 6/05 (Photos added 3/14/05)

    Slide Mountain Snowshoe Hike (Photos added 2/12/05)

    2005 Windham Trip (Photos added 2/12/05)

Photos from 2004

    Hike - Multi-Day - Great Range/Adirondacks - August 2004 (Photos added 2/21/05)

    Canoe / Kayak Trip on the Otselic River - 5-15-04 (Photos added 5/21/04)

    Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania Hike (Pine Creek Gorge,) 4/24/04 (Photos added 4/25/04)

    Tailgate Party at Greek Peak, Chair 5, 3/21/04 (Photos added 4/18/04)

    2004 Lake Tahoe Trip (Photos added 4/16/04)

    2004 Stowe Trip (Photos added 4/3/04)

 

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Viewing panoramic pictures:

  • Panoramic pictures are best viewed by making the image as tall as your browser window and then scrolling side to side.

  • To do that, first open the thumbnail picture and then maximize the size of your browser window.

  • Move the mouse curser into the picture.

  • A square icon will appear at the bottom right corner of the picture.

  • Click on that icon and then use the bottom scroll bar to scroll the image side to side.

  • Moving objects (like people) sometimes appear "altered" in panoramic pictures.  This is due to the joining of two adjacent pictures.  It is especially true if they happen to be in the crease of two adjacent pictures and move in-between shots.  If your image has been mangled, I apologize.  It is an automatic process with no choices on how the pictures are joined.

 

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