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Jack "John Deer" Wallace
State: WA
Country: USA
Begins: Apr 12, 2009
Direction: Northbound

Daily Summary
Date: Sun, Jul 26th, 2009
Start: Sally Keyes Lakes
End: VVR ferry landing
Daily Distance: 14.4
Trip Distance: 649.8
Entry Lat: 37.4123
Entry Lng: -118.92398

Journal Stats
Entry Visits: 283
Journal Visits: 34,871
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Guestbook Entrys: 44

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My favorite lake - Marie Lake

Marie Lake - one of my favorite places

Man, did I wish I had a fishing pole this morning when I went down to the lake to get water, but I didn't so.. time to finish off the marathon up to Selden Pass. The pass is not much per se, but the view down to Marie Lake is spectacular. It is one of those views that just make you feel good. In Washington, Wright Mt and Longs Pass fit that bill too.

But I had miles to go before I sleep. Down past the lake, meadows, streams - down a long ways. The next pass for the day was really Bear Ridge and it was a bear. My set ups are all screwed up since I have been hitting the hard up hill sections at the end of the day when it is hot and humid and hot and humid. The guide book says there are 53 switchbacks down the north side of Bear Ridge but I counted 58. As I told one couple from Shelton, what else do I have to do but count them. I could let silly song lyrics get stuck in my brain but that is only good for a few minutes and then it turns to torture.

The day ended with a short detour of a mile or so down to the "ferry" landing to VVR. It is not much of a ferry.

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Jack Wallace aka John Deer

The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is a 2,650-mile national scenic trail that runs from Mexico to Canada through California, Oregon and Washington. The PCT traverses 24 national forests, 37 wilderness areas and 7 national parks. Join the PCTA (www.pcta.org) to support this trail.

 

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