Excellent, Morgan! Maybe you could still add book titles and links concerning weather? Cheers, Rahel
As good at the other and a model for some of the Rocky hut type pages I will be putting up soon.
The only point you left out ws the long standing tradition of big wall climbers, other climber types and real hikers of not bathing while "on campain" and then of course taking public trasit from the trailhead back to the car thus ticking off the "City Slicker Types" that flood the valley each summer.
I'm happy with your page, mucho info and nicely presented & structured !
I like the info concentrated in one place, so I know this info is always
up to date, which I am always uncertain if I see it copied in different
forms on many different pages.
Keep up your great work !
Very cool. I like the format and all.
Rating revised after page adoption, Oct 8, 2002.
Rating revised after page adoption, Jan15, 2003.
Excellent idea and info, thanks! :)
Funny how I scanned over the Lodgepole page but didn't peer into this one. Once again, sweet job! Now all you need to research is if the Tuolumne market has a fine selection of Merlot (spartan style). Maybe we can beat up Austin Archer to stock some?
Thanks, glad you like it! I fully plan to do some climbing...er, "research" this summer up in TM... We're definitely going to go back and hit Tresidder Peak. It's a pretty wussie endeavor, methinks, but there are lots of routes and lots of summit. The adventure factor is definitely there, and you don't have the crowds of Cathedral Peak.
Itching to get to the hills, after a pretty wimpy skiing season.
I like the logistical center concept! Nice and complete page.
The Big Rock Candy Mountain.
This is great. They should give HTML lessons to anyone who maintains a page....including me.
Great Page. Easy and informative reading.