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So who wants to do something Memorial Day weekend? May 27-30
come on ken you should have just asked who DOESN T want to do something for that weekend you know everyone will want to go LOL just kidding what kinda trip are you planning and how far am i going to have to drive lol
I'm looking for suggestions and input at this time. What do you think Kevin?
I"m most likely in, at least for 28th-30th
just a suggestion but do you guys think we should try to get into the sierras around that time of year i know its a longer drive for some and shorter for others but if there is some interest i will research a destination that might work well for us if not us southerners can head up your way again ill just make jack drive i can ride in the car with him i just can t sleep anywhere near him LOL kevin
I was thinking the Lost Coast again, but that makes it a very long drive for you "southeners".
What about a Hetch Hetchy starting point? Example: Hetch Hetchy to Vernon Lake http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/forums/thread_display.html?forum_thread_id=16066
Edited by Rick778 on 03/05/2011 09:57:20 MST.
I'd need a plane. Or someone's gas card. Too far for me to sell it to the wife for a weekend.
Somewhere in the greater Tahoe area?
This might be doable in May,Redwood Canyon, also there is a trail called the Lady bug trail, named for all the lady bugs that live, and migrate there, I will try to find the link and add it laterHere's the other link
Edited by jumpbackjack on 03/05/2011 11:11:14 MST.
I'm interested. last year lake Vernon still had snow on 5/21st.How about the roughs in the Hoover Wilderness?
memorial day weekend sounds great.work might come up but i'd love to join.what part of california? or oregon....???crater lake or 3 sisters (both oregon) would. be. awesome. there's a great 3 sisters trip report around here somewhere. up for anything though.
lets go backpacking
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