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So I did not realize I had pictures from so long ago! The new ones are starting in Agua Dulce! Crazy. Anyways here are a few that I just uploaded:


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When walking on from the Sauffleys we came upon this water cache run by the Andersons! How could we not stop at the Anderson's after seeing this? Obviously there were my kind of people. We ended up spending the night here :)

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There was also the promise of pancakes and the legendary taco salad at the Andersons. Seriously I was sold. It was delicious!!

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They have a sheet they put up every year and eveyone who comes by has to sign it.

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Raymond drew ours (Raytron 3000 and Fembot are our names on the trail).

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And here we are with them when we finally left......seriously some of the nicest people I have ever met.

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Celebrating 500 miles

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I never was one to pay attention to the signs.....

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Sitting out the heat of the day under a bridge

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mmmmm....milkshakes

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Smoke at Kennedy Meadows...we woke up the next morning to ash on our tent.

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Finally out of the desert and water everywhere!

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On top of Mt Whitney

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It really is gorgeous out here...with the mountains and the water everywhere.

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Taking a break at Wanda lake I believe (the one on the North side of Muir Pass).

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The pictures are a little out of order on here, but I am running out of computer time. This is from our walk out to Independence.

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The sketchiest part of the trip so far was walking across this bridge.....seriously.

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Sundog

Check out the pic link for the rest!

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