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Postby The hermit » Mon Aug 05, 2013 9:24 pm

I just wanted to thank the moderators as well as the regulars and anyone else who contributes to this forum. You have opened up a whole new world for me. My Dad feels connected to Yosemite valley so I spent alot of time there. As special as it is I knew there was something more up there. For years I canoed at the highest lakes possible. Even taking my dad to the highest lake accessible by car in the state. Saddlebag. Hiking above was a revelation .despite the mosquitoes! I canoed wishon and courtright before my trip to florence,this time I was ready. I launched@3or4 am and stashed my canoe.I was in able to hike up to evolution valley..a place i had dreamed about for at least a decade. After that I found this site. Then i found out about the north -south lake loop. In late ict.oct 2010 I met a lone Hiker @wanda lake.i hadn't seen anyone in days. He was on the shr. A world I have yet ro explore.Knowledge is power

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Postby ERIC » Wed Aug 07, 2013 10:00 am

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