Backpacking Luckily no information needed here. Work Found this gem in rural Louisiana. All the back roads in this area are named after men who I surmise lived there once upon a time. With a name like that clearly he was a man to remember.
The first one is at the trailhead, the second one was repeated along the trail. Let's see... there are, ummm, don't tell me... I'll guess BEARS here, right?
and another...Party On,Newton
Edited by Newton on 11/29/2012 08:48:46 MST.
We liked this map at the Granite Creek Trailhead in the Ansel Adams Wilderness:https://picasaweb.google.com/balzaccom/BackpackingTheSierraNevadaAnselAdamsWilderness2011#5649041105349188530And this sign near Carson pass: https://picasaweb.google.com/balzaccom/BackpackingInTheSierraNevadaMeissMeadowsAndCarsonPass#5391877431784615042And who knew that we were this close to the Lord of the Rings? https://picasaweb.google.com/balzaccom/BackpackingInTheSierraNevadaMeissMeadowsAndCarsonPass#5391876496113603154
I admit it's juvenile but this sign cracks me up every time I pass it http://confrontinglove.com/2011/04/01/wondering-where-to-trade-in-your-used-dildo-pic/
This is a reflective sticker on the ashtray in the back seat of a Laotian taxi. Out of focus though, sorry..."Chocolate make the world go pump"What?
Multiple animals crossing!
Edited by Creachen on 11/29/2012 16:02:56 MST.
Sage advice for some through-hikers with an attitude of entitlement:Something to think about when resupplying in town:And for those starting either the CDT or PCT from the southern terminus:
Edited by wandering_bob on 11/29/2012 14:46:15 MST.
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