MarthaP wrote:Okay, this may end up in PnP but that's understandable.
But how many of you have had dreams about mountaineering that ended up being true?
Case in point - Kearsarge Pass. I had a vivid dream about Kearsage Pass (incorrect spelling intentional) and the cirque.
Understand I've never been to Kearsarge. I have no idea the topography, geography, or anything.
At any rate, my goal was to complete a long-distance run around a lake bounded by the Kearsage, whatever that meant. There was a large lake, not unlike Tahoe, in the center of the picture and four peaks I needed to traverse on the east side of the lake. I started at a trailhouse lodge and headed up the west side of the lake following a yellow trail line that resembled the route lines on a metro train map. Follow the yellow brick road, I guess. Bounding back down the east side the silhouettes of the peaks were steep and challenging.
I've looked at a guidebook since then, and there's an uncanny similarity to the images in my dream. A cirque around a water formation, Kearsarge Lakes. The peaks to traverse, Kearsarge Peaks (although maybe not all 10/11 of them).
What are your dreams come true? Wacky subject, I know.
kakakiw wrote:I've been dreaming about a few mountains. Something intangible, but a nagging push. Some are here in Maine, one I have to go back to, no, make that need to. But alone.
And then out west, Wyoming. I think I know why, but it's hard to quantify.
MarthaP wrote:I'm haunted by Kearsarge. There's some reason I have to go there. I think after the first of the year, in the snow. Research has already begun.
mconnell wrote:MarthaP wrote:I'm haunted by Kearsarge. There's some reason I have to go there. I think after the first of the year, in the snow. Research has already begun.
Definitely save it for the snow. In the summer, it's a cluster-f#@!, especially at the lakes.
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