- Dec 6, 2009
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Gorgeous, suited, thanks for the pics.
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It would have been even better if I didn’t come down with a horrible cold on the first night. Went through a half box of Kleenex and had to use my shemagh as a handkerchief the last day on the hike out. Luckily we take a ton of medication with us so we had everything squared away there, but it still sucked being sick for three days in the desert.Gorgeous, suited, thanks for the pics.
Thanks. Trying to plan a trip for this summer. Debating between Washington or somewhere in the Sierras. Thinking about Ansel Adams Wilderness or Olympic National Park/Mount Rainier/Northern Cascades. We live within driving distance of the Smoky Mountains so I expect to make at least a dozen trips locally this summer. My wife and her sister are going to Yosemite next week but I opted to stay home because a lot of the backpacking areas are usually snow covered this time of year. They are going to do day hikes out of the valley. I'm still kind of jealous - it's such an incredible place.Looks like a great trip. Sorry about the cold, but hopefully you're okay now.
I'd like to go to Tahoe in the next couple years. Planning trips is time consuming for me because there are so many places to choose from, and I tend to go in too many directions at once and over analyze.I was hoping to complete the Tahoe Rim Trail this year (I did Desolation and then another 25 miles in each direction already, so maybe 1/3 done). But with the crazy snowpack we have up there this year I doubt we'll even see the trail this summer. The last time I tried backpacking while there was still snow up there I suffered an ignominious defeat and had to cut the trip short on Day 1.