Just got your message; you seems to have some idea about how I feel about this matter, Sabrina . I find it intersting that I got a friend request based on what I felt was a bit of a snarky, but truthful, observation that I made. I think there are others on the forum that think the way you and I tend to about things like this. Greenie for you! Now don't you feel all good about yourself?!!!
You're probably right in some ways, but I'm not sure why it isn't obvious to others - especially those with such sterling credentials - as to why people are drawn like moths to a flame on mountains like Washington. It happens all over the world - put a refuge on the top of a mountain, provide food/shelter/warmth - and some people will struggle through awful conditions to reach it. It's just human nature.
Thanks Sabrina. You know how it goes, give him one burger and he wants two. Give him two and he wants an Angus burger. Actually, we've had some great post hike times in both Lincoln and Gorham eating our burgers together. Somehow his always go down faster than mine.
Thanks Sabrina. It's been very interesting working on this and it's put me in contact with some interesting people. I sure have been impressed with the savvy and care people are showing in hiking with their dogs.
well guess i won't have worry about it john posted with great pics!! that is one reason i don't worry about posting pics or reports someone usually has a better one!! i did get a pic of star browsing, and did a few moose calls to her and she kept looking up when i did them...john was also up later than i and had better views, as you know from madison and adams wash and jeff block off some views he got from those peaks!!