I must get to this area in 2006.
You must, Mister Muster.
Nice job Paul. I knew you'd get to this one eventually.
I have a plan to additionally add one or more of the following:
Bald, Andrew, "Amos", Freds, and Sheep.
Sheep and Andrew are the most probable.
Thanks for stopping by.
A nice way to usher in the New Year. Happy 2006
Very nice page. Good start to a Happy New Year!
Very nice page.
Nice page. Shame I will have limited time in Washington this year . (The future may hold something different for 07')
If you're into the outdoors and hiking and climbing, I guarantee you're living in the wrong corner of the country, or at least the wrong half. I've been to the Northeast and I agree there's good wilderness there but nothing like the views and mountaineering available here and in the Sierra. Oregon is not so good for mountaineering at least in terms of the amount of rocky terrain but it too is beautiful. Some of my favorite country is North-Central Oregon east of the Cascades.
Drug runners? I thought these guys were after illegal immigrants and terrorists. Illegal immigrants from Canada? MAybe I got something wrong here.
Happy New Year!
The Border Patrol is probably looking for illegal immigrants and terrorists too.
The lady wilderness ranger I met at the Spanish Creek cabin said the patrol keeps a sharp eye out for marijuana smugglers now that the more populated regions farther west between Vancouver and Bellingham have been so successfully defended/patrolled. You may have heard this story: tunnel under the border.
Makes me jumpy
Quoth D.L. Roth:
Well, you might as well jump. JUMP! Might as well jump. JUMP!
Great page and extremely informative, especially the notes about the border issues.
It's about time someone did a page on Cathedral!
Really beautiful photographs. You've got me interested in visiting this area!
Great page. I'd like to do that Southeast Buttress.
Do it....and then put up a route page for it. :thumbsup:
You can essentially spend a week in there and do the Berdinka dink.
Great, as usual!
Thanks again, Paul. Well thought out, and quite comprehensive.