Welcome to SP!  -

[ Post a Comment ]
Viewing: 1-7 of 7    

CoraxI like


Voted 10/10

the way you write.
Looks like a wild area.
Posted Aug 31, 2006 10:07 am

vancouver islanderInteresting area

vancouver islander

Voted 10/10

And a good comprehensive account.

The mention of Cougar Smith is particularly interesting. We used to have a Cougar Smith Creek on the Island before the government changed its name. This must be one and the same person, since the areas are so close. Whoever he was, he must have had doings on both sides of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Know anything about this character?
Posted Aug 31, 2006 4:01 pm

DundeelRe: Interesting area


Voted 10/10

The Tacoma Public Library had a reference to a John Andrew Smith, who was a pioneer and logger in the Hood Canal Region. He got his nickname "Cougar Smith" after reportedly killing a cougar with his bare hands near Bremerton. He died in Seattle in 1951 at the reputed age of 109!
Posted Oct 24, 2006 4:28 am

Don NelsenNice!

Don Nelsen

Voted 10/10

Excellent job, Paul. Did Michelle accompany you on this one too?

Posted Aug 31, 2006 4:47 pm

KlenkeRe: Nice!


Hasn't voted

Michelle did not go up to the top with me on this or Gibson. She went to the pass here and to Colonel Bob's summit for the latter. She then met me back at the base of Gibson three hours later.
Posted Aug 31, 2006 7:10 pm

DundeelGray-t page


Voted 10/10

Great job on the page Paul!
Posted Oct 24, 2006 4:38 am

RedwicI found an interesting tidbit...


Hasn't voted

I was looking through my numerous Green Trails maps, and the map (Grisdale, WA #198) showing what we now refer to as "Wynoochee Point" (not to be confused with the CoHP) has that location shown as Pt. 4965, not Pt. 4949. Not that Green Trails maps are always the most reliable, but I found it to be interesting because of the difference in "official" information.
Posted May 12, 2010 7:10 pm

Viewing: 1-7 of 7    
[ Return to 'Wynoochee Point' main page ]