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[pct-l] Pictures and Barrel Springs
- Subject: [pct-l] Pictures and Barrel Springs
- From: Carl Mears <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 17 Apr 1998 08:52:01 -0800
Re: what to take pictures of
I wish that we had taken pictures of all the towns and the
trail angels. Also a picture of each and every campsite,
including the very nasty ones (like the cow-shit dam at the
Kelso Valley Road spring).
We did take pictures of all our rides when we hitched back to
the Bay area from Seiad Valley -- very interesting people,
4 out of 5 were women. These are good for convincing people
that hitching isn't as dangerous as they thought.
>I was at Barrel Spring on March 20th. Water was NOT running from the pipe into
>the trough. Hikers can follow the pipe up the hill (20-20 yards) to the spring
>and get water right from the source.
If you don't know what poison oak looks like, be careful here.
Uphill from the trough was the most poison-oakey spot I saw
on the whole PCT, except for some spots between the Mojave River
and Silverwood Lake.
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