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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by nwgs, Jul 14, 2008.
Typical Pacific Northwest sun filters
Sometimes the filter gets a little thick like a blanket.
Have I ever mentioned the insanely crowded beaches here?
and the associated creatures:
I just gotta say I like your new Avatar MUCH better than the past pictures of the dead punk.
It puts you in a whole new (happier) light
And we have a whole bunch of these damn things protruding out of the ground!
Did you sneak over Red Hill (FS16) today, or is that from somewhere on Lolo?
The Family and I looped on Lake Branch Road while missing the FS16 bridge over Middle Fork HR near Parkdale. We loved that 43 mile loop from home and back. Up and back on the same road just doesn't seem as much fun somehow.....
That Red Hill, Lolo Pass loop was one of my favorite cycling rides until we lost that bridge leading to Red Hill in "06"
I took that photo from a place that would never occur to anyone- top of Lost Lake Butte. I hadn't been to the top since I was a kid back in the very early 70's. It's worth the hour long trek to the top.
Late last fall that loop around Lost Lake Butte was open all the way through to Lost Lake Campground. I Mountain Biked it with a freind staying at LL Campground, then went back to drive it with the family. It is paved (rough, but paved) about halfway down from LL.
We were late starting today on our Lake Branch tour, and the Tacos were calling us or we would have done that loop too!
Around Lost Lake Butte? Are you talking about the semi closed Jones Cr. road?
Yes! The earth block is now gone from the gravel side that parallels Lolo Canyon (it was blocked about two miles South from LL Road), and the gate at the end of LL Campground was open that week anyway, very late fall after entry fees to LLCG were done for the year. That Jones Creek Road had been brush cut even.
I'm very curious if the gate at the top is still open/closed. I fear it must be locked now to avoid any "free" entry to LLCG.
++1 Colorado has plenty of things sticking out of the ground but nothing like that. Can't wait to see this in person.
It finally stoped raining and the weeds are as big as trees.
Took my new to me Wee up near Stampede Pass on 07/16 , first ride on it in a little gravel
Found the east end of this old tunnel
There is still a old growth tree out there
Had to take a little walk in tech 8s from here
But what a view of Lake Ethel
Now almost back to Lake Wenatchee
Slate Peak Road is the highest road in Washington state. 7488ft.
It is gated just below the lookout though.
Some of these guys were watching me hike.
Some vistas to take in.
Beautiful set of photos!
Rainier and Adams
up a little closer....