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Nice report. Thanks for posting. Bummer you had to head out sooner than you would have liked. […]
It seems to me that you're passing up the nicest lake in that area: Granite Lake. Three days? Bear Lake is a half day hike for us...and we're old and slow.If you want more adventure and scenery, try Gianelli to […]
Tom_H wrote:-Geology: At Devil's Post Pile you can see how basalt forms from high density lava, cooling into vertical hexagonal columns. You can compare some basalt and granite which form from the same minerals; both […]
I just picked up this old thread because I'm contemplating a couple of short solo jaunts this summer, and I wonder if anyone has more recent comparisons, specifically of the InReach and the (gen3) SPOT? After just a […]