This is the big hill that most of the guy's went on last Oct. for the fall run. It's very deceiving, as it's a lot steeper than it looks.
There always seem to be Toyota mud flaps laying around in the toolies. Could be we are the only one's that venture that far.
A lineup shot.
We found two really good campsites. This is a shot from the one we probably won't camp in on account of all the rocks everywhere.
It was very cold up there today. Poor guy froze his legs off and his head was cold too.
Another shot of Ken supervising me taking the GPS coordinates.
A shot of Ken up by the upper
Naches trail head that we went on last Oct. for the Fall
Dig those Ion Crystal lights from Piaa.
Another shot up by the upper Naches trail. We started to hit quite a bit of snow and fog up at this elevation. I think we were at about 4900 feet or so.
Here's another shot of the rocky campsite about 8.8 miles up the road we were checking out. The river runs right through it. Kind of secluded here too.
A line up.
These first 3 are from Vince:
Ken doin' the mud puddles. Click here
Another shot of Ken giving his rig a bath. Click here
Ken climbing a hill. The pics & vids do not do justice to the angles. Click here
Here are a few from me:
This one is a "talking pic" format from my digicam. Click here
This one is a real nice campsite we found about 8.8 miles or so up the road. Click here
Ken up by the upper Naches trail head playing in the snow. This stuff was deep in places, and very easy to sink in deep. Click here
Another one of Ken in the puddles. Click here
Another shot of Ken doing a hill. Click here