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    I would go and see cloud splitter. It is well worth it. Look it up on youtube. There is a video of it.
    Plus if you do Bison Way trail you can see Indian staircase and cloud splitter.

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    So How did the trip go?? Were you able to take in the sites?

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    Hey scoffman,

    I had a great time in Kentucky. Lots of beautiful sites to see and not enough time, but I am very thankful to have had the opportunity to visit and to have received such great, detailed recommendations from you and other Kentuckians! I am planning to post a trip report. I just need to get some more time...

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    I look forward to the trip report. Glad you had a great time.

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    Ok, I have to ask, did this happen at this hang: http://abcnews.go.com/US/man-sleepwa...ry?id=25403691
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    Quote Originally Posted by lilricky View Post
    Ok, I have to ask, did this happen at this hang: http://abcnews.go.com/US/man-sleepwa...ry?id=25403691
    Holy cow, that's exactly where I was. I am surprised this guy is still alive. The cliffs near Grey's Arch are huge!

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    Hmmm... I guess he wasn't one of us then. Glad he's alive!
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    Did you catch the part that his friends watched him walk off?!? Some friends!

    While his friends watched, Campbell walked right over a nearby cliff, plunging 60 feet below.
    Seems to be with unfortunate regularity that someone falls off a cliff at RRG. If you talk to Rangers and SAR, many times drugs & alcohol are involved...Not saying that was the case here.

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