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Thanks Tuco and good to hear from you. On a trip like that the pictures just kind of take themselves. Last Saturday when I tried to bag the peak I didn't take a picture above the tree line, the fog was so thick there was nothing to see.
Believe me, I spend way too much time checkin' out other people's photos and sizin' myself up. Although there are a few I might edit out of this set, you pretty much nailed the day with your camera. Not everyone can do that! Good job!
Hey, I also use smugmug, but I can't get my trip reports in order. They stay in the order they are uploaded, which is ticking me off. Do you know how to fix that? I've been able to create different pages for different states, but that is about it.
While we were tired after the Crockers and reddington the meadows and terrain on the cvr.billowing clouds and blue sky..the whole day had such a sense of accomplishment.and the walk out was part of it..that's not to say we did not look forward to the iron bridge
Thank you for the green square. There are indeed a lot of emotions involved in this, so I think it is key to provide an objective overview. The real issue here, as far as I can tell, is the showing of logging roads on the map. Other than the Larcom Trail, there are no trails in dispute in this situation - the small group of landowners who are upset actually do not have anything depicted on the map other than contour lines, brooks, and logging roads - all which can be found in various USGS maps, etc. Hopefully a good conclusion is reached for all.