Monthly Archives: September 2012

End Of Season

Today is the last Visitor Center day of the 2012 summer season in Tuolumne. Bittersweet at best. It does feel like it’s about time to move on, but I’m incredibly sad at the thought of not being in the Meadows … Continue reading

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Donahue Pass

Seems like once a season I feel the need for a long and exhausting solo dayhike. This past Wednesday, I hiked out to Donahue Pass and back. 26 miles roundtrip in 10 hours (with 9 of those hours spent hiking … Continue reading

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The good, the sad, and the scary…

As I mentioned briefly previously, I just got my binoculars back in the mail a few days ago. They had received some loving damage over the past year and a half and I finally worked up the resolve to mail … Continue reading

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McCabe Lakes Birthday Backpacking

Craig wanted to go backpacking for his birthday and chose the route of starting at the Saddlebag Lake trailhead heading up through the Twenty Lakes Basin over Secret Pass to Upper McCabe Lake over Don’t Be a Smart Pass to … Continue reading

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Parker Pass Vicinity

Here are a few pictures taken in the Parker Pass area on last weekend’s backpacking adventure with Craig…

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September

We’re not even halfway into September but with all that I’ve been trying to squeeze into this last month of summer and all the planning that’s going into preparing for the fall season, well, it feels like I’m fully in … Continue reading

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At the Minarets Vista outside Devil’s Postpile NM

Mountains, binoculars, espresso, and a handsome man taking my picture. What more could a girl ask for?

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