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Re: Camp Shots

Post by fishmonger » Fri Jan 17, 2020 11:01 pm

Camp above Sharktooth Creek where the Goodale Pass Trail trail coming from Fish Valley reaches the ridge with views to the east side of Cascade Valley. One of my standard sites on this route, but only when there's water coming down from Lost Keys Lakes. This year was wet enough. Still a 15 minute round trip to get water to the camp, but well worth it. Great views to the east - I think there are shots of that from 2 years ago in this thread.

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Camp above Sharktooth Creek








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Re: Camp Shots

Post by fishmonger » Sun Jan 19, 2020 6:34 pm

above Evolution Valley, below Darwin Bench. Full moon.

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Re: Camp Shots

Post by Harlen » Mon Jan 20, 2020 2:53 pm

Hey Fish, I've seen that camp before somewhere. You know the rules Dude-- only 1 photo per camp, unless you add a dog to it. :nod:


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What's that far dark mountain in the distance?

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Re: Camp Shots

Post by fishmonger » Mon Jan 20, 2020 2:58 pm

There is a stuffed mouse in there in his hammock. Lazy bugger didn't want to come out to pose under the moon. Something about too cold...

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