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My wife and I went hiking to Pamelia Lake and Grizzly Peak on Saturday, so I could see how Mt Jefferson is looking. The weather was gorgeous. The trail to the lake had snow the last mile, but the trail was obvious. It wont last long as it was only about a foot deep. There was no snow along the lake shore. There is still tons of snow on the Grizzly Peak trail above about 4,600'. Jefferson still has lots of rime ice up high. 

More pictures and full report on my blog, Loomis Adventures





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Crikies- lookin good. I remember hiking through that area years back after a soft winter, camping at Pamilia Lake and realizing to my horror that in order to go light: I had forgone my fishing pole, whereas the catch limit at the lake was 45 trout...and everyone seemed to be limiting.


Compare to June 2010 in the background, Haydar and Shaun representin:



Shaun sporting the Cilogear Hauly

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