Ian and Mokelumne Peak

That's the boy, scrawny as he was in 2004, standing in front of a medium sized sugar pine on the eastern side of Shriner's Lake with Mokelumne Peak (the pyrimidal peak)to the right of him. The best camp site on the lake is right in front of the boy. Out of the trees so fewer mosquitos, sheltered from the breeze fairly well and scenic. Other campsites are either right at the end of the trail as it runs into the lake (nice camp site, but under the trees) or on the cliffs above the northwest side of the lake (no real trail headed to this site but it offers the most room for possible large groups of over 4.)


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