This time with slow-mo and cheezy muzak.
Made a doggy mount for my GoPro. Works pretty well. Could use some adjustments...
Here's the patched image attach module.
Another exploration of the Rocky Mountain area. When we saw the coming weather conditions and the drifted snow, we decided to aim for headquarters pass rather than the upper bowl. We reached the 2nd bridge, about 3/4 mile from the pass. The snow was around 2 inches at the bottom and around 12-18 inches at the top. This is already better than last year's snowpack. Yay!
Lucky was having a really hard time, and the wind was getting stronger as we approached the top of the wall. We ate a quick (I mean really quick) lunch and decided to come down.
A solo backpack (unless you count one small dog) through the Scapegoat Wilderness.
I'd been thinking about this 3 day solo trip for about a year and finally got the guts to do it. A shiny new solo tent helped! I bought a Kelty - one of the cheaper ones, and let's say I got what I paid for.
Lots of bear sign, continental divide, elevation gain and stream crossings. The Landers Fork is great bear habitat! All of the hunters I talked to weren't kidding about what to expect in these parts. On the map we traveled 23 miles, but based on the heavy switchbacks and 7 hours walking on Saturday, I'd guess we did more like 25.