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Mags
2011-06-15, 00:28
Squeezing in time for backcountry pursuits can sometimes be difficult. Social obligations, limited time in an increasingly busy work week with also limited time to play catch up on weekends and then managing relationships among friends, family and significant others. Add children to the mix and free time is esp rare. So it was with great pleasure that I was able to bring Josh out for a backpacking trip in the Lost Creek Wilderness one weekend.



Don't feel like editing/inserting the HTML...so here's the rest of report here (http://www.pmags.com/a-thirty-hour-pass-bison-peak-backpack-lost-creeek-wilderness). :)


BUT, here are the photos cause that's easier. :D

http://www.pmags.com/gallery2/d/24445-1/image001.jpg
Wild Iris

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Sucktackular views...

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Great friend with a dog that was VERY happy...

http://www.pmags.com/gallery2/d/24470-1/image013.jpg
More sucky views...

http://www.pmags.com/gallery2/d/24476-1/image016.jpg
...and again :)

http://www.pmags.com/gallery2/d/24484-1/image020.jpg
Summit register on 12431' Bison Peak. Sums it up!

Big Mac
2011-06-15, 00:36
Mags, you REALLY suck.

vonfrick
2011-06-15, 07:18
nature abhors a vacuum