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San Gorgonio Wilderness - revisited

Postby Ratboy » Sat Apr 15, 2006 11:01 am

Could not help myself, went up for a dayhike up South Fork to the Meadows and then turned right. Had a great hike, great day, good views, sunburn, tired, the works. Any day of hiking is better than a day of work.

Began hiking around 0830 hrs, my partner arrived late, and with a bad ankle. Nonetheless it was a good hike, returned at the car around 1800 hours. Good times.

http://www.dnkrhodes.com/main/thumbnails.php?album=61

Weather was sunny and 50 degrees. Wind was calm...we got a great day.
Dave - Getting it done, one day at at time.
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Postby copeg » Sat Apr 15, 2006 9:23 pm

Very cool. I never had a chance to make it up to that area when I lived down south. Great pics.
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Postby Trekker » Sat Apr 22, 2006 2:08 am

How do you like your Denali Evo Ascents? I have the first model, the yellow ones. Apparently yours are the lighter version (are they the ones with some sort of composite webbing instead of all plastic?).
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Postby Ratboy » Sat Apr 22, 2006 10:53 pm

Actually, they are the Denali Classics. But the 8" tails made a world of differents going up and down...

Bottom line, they are great.

The shoes with the "webbing" I believe are the lightening...but these are not those shoes. Nonetheless, everything in perspective of the pocket-book.

The shoes still rocked hard core.
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