Posting because probably not a lot of folks go to these two. Today I followed SectionHiker whack route (Bushwhacking Sable and Chandler - SectionHiker.com) from 2015. It remains reasonably accurate except my GPS showed 8.85 miles and I followed their route to a tee. Route finding following their track generally was fine. Going up Chandler was a bit of a slog through super wet/deep leaves terrain with some moderate dense spruce near top for very short distance. Canister easy to find. Going down Chandler to Sable was mostly easy and open. Meaningfully dense spruce approaching top of Sable meant for slow going for a while. Very wet with 1" or so of snow on surfaces. Top of Sable a bit overgrown and hard to locate canister, which is on a tree that is not obvious and not on any real herd path that I could discern. The initial descent for first half mile or so on the east ridge was super thick and annoying but I did stray a little south of the ridge. Then pretty suddenly the spruce just disappears and you come out in wide open hardwood terrain that makes for super fast movement. Crossed Slippery Brook at 6.5 miles on the GPS and had trouble locating the trail. Went south a few tenths of a mile and headed up from river and stumbled on the trail. Booked it back from there. 5.02 hrs, 8.85 miles, 1.9 mpg avg. Partly sunny, low wind, mid to upper 30's.