Peak Bagging



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    Nita and I hiked the class 2 walk up to only peak in our county over 7,000 ft, Humboldt Peak and got an even better view of the 3 hour old Stump Fire. We had watched it bust out as we set up camp at our dispersed site. Air attack was pretty heavy and that fire was out in a few days unlike what has been going on here ever since, cough, cough.



  • Still doggie sitting so no chance of finishing up our project on Mt Hor. but Isa found a nearby peak that we had not been to. loaded up the van and set out looking for the trailhead. 20 min from home we pass this cornfield...
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    then we took a wrong turn and ended up on a 4th class rd. an hour later it got smoother.
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    IMG_6200.jpg aparently we drove in a big circle but we were spit out on a road that we recognized. Eventually we found the trailhead and the summit.
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    finally back at the van with two wet tired humans and one very wet and tired dog.
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  • Hiked the local Ski hill Burke Mtn. Michaila Shifrins home mtn. yesterday.
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    lots of folks drove up. and rode their mtn bikes down or para glided/ sailed?
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    killer views..
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    naturally an ice cold swim in the lake. that shady side is where we have been climbing. It was great in August!
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