So, what's everyone up to this weekend.

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So, what's everyone up to this weekend.

Post by wingding » Thu Nov 10, 2005 2:30 pm

It's a long weekend for me - Friday off for Veterans Day.

I'm headed to Joshua Tree to learn a little about Rock Climbing tomorrow and then hike to Spectre Point on Saturday. Sunday I'm going to stay in my pajamas all day.

What's everyone else up to?








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Post by copeg » Thu Nov 10, 2005 2:34 pm

Gonna try and head up to Tableland Sequoia tommorow. My first trip out in quite a while. Looking forward to it.

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Post by Hikin Mike » Thu Nov 10, 2005 6:54 pm

Maybe a photo outing to Yosemite if I feel up to it. The last few days haven't been real great.

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Post by Snow Nymph » Thu Nov 10, 2005 11:10 pm

Mammoth Mountain opened today so we'll be there to celebrate. Saw pics on Snowman's site and the lift lines are REALLY long and the runs looked crowded. :eek: Not much is open (just Chair 1), and a lot more people showed up than they expected. We'll be there mainly to see friends, go to the champagne celebration, and a BBQ Saturday night. I'll do enough runs to call it a day, maybe hike on Sunday. :)

After being in the Sierra all summer it will be hard to deal with the crowds on the mountain. (I have a hard time just going to the grocery store :retard: )

I'm sure it'll be fun, I'm just not ready to stop hiking yet. :(
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Post by BSquared » Fri Nov 11, 2005 7:53 pm

Grading lab reports. :crybaby: Well, you asked!

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Post by norcalhiker » Sat Nov 12, 2005 10:52 pm

I did a short overnight trip with a group of old friends just north of I-80. We did Carr Lake to Penner Lake. It's an incredible area when the crowds are gone! I'm back so I can do errands on Sunday :crybaby:

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