Your comments are very much appreciated and are very kind.
Since Sacramento isn't all that far from the Yolo area, have you been up in that region at all?
No, I have not, although I look at that little range every time I drive west on I80. Perhaps I'll give it a go sometime......
Excellent page Dean! I really enjoy your submissions.
Thank you Dave, your comments are very much appreciated as is your vote. I'm glad you checked it out but I'd rather do peaks in Idaho anyday than scramble through the brush like this one requires.
Wonderful page and very well written. I'm looking foreward to the challenge of this one!
Thanks Don. When you decide to do this one, you might want to contact RGreene (see his entry further down the page) and
Dingus Milktoast. Of course, any guy that has almost knocked off the nasty highpoint of Kauai would find this one interesting
Great page, very thorough!
Thanks Martin for your comments and vote. This is one that was definitely unique and yet strangely memorable because I never dreamed I'd ever be willing to do a brushfest willingly.
Have a great Christmas and may you stocking be stuffed with lots of needed gear.
Very well done page. I hope to get this peak under my belt this spring, before the snakes get too active.
I've added a link here to the written report that Bob Burd put up on Sierra Scrambles. If this doesn't work for you, consider joining the yahoo group called sierra scrambles and look for message 4049. Thank you for the vote and the nice comments.
BTW, pay close attention to the poison oak warning, Bob got nailed really bad from the stuff. Dingus seems to be immune and is in love with that area.
Hmmm, I never even thought about there being a Big Blue Peak. It makes sense but perhaps sp member Dingus Milktoast would know. He knows this area like the back of his hand. Thanks for the vote and the thought provoking question.