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    Quote Originally Posted by Ewker View Post
    thanks for sharing the video of your trip. Big South Fork is a great place to hike. One reason I like it is because not a lot of people go there.
    I only saw a guy on a bike and one other person in 4 days. The guy on the bike was like; Are you okay? I was like: Fine, having a great time. I was sitting down next to the trail eating a delicious (Just kidding) mountain house, and he was i think astonished to see someone out on the trail at this time of year. All the parking lots were empty, and many of the places around the area were closed, i guess they are seasonal. Yea, i like the quietness though, its nice.

    I also wanna say thanks to you EWKER. He scanned me the pages of the book i needed in order to do the loop, without that last minute intervention, I would have had no choice but to next day the book. I now have the book too, but those scans were key, thanks alot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ikemouser View Post
    I only saw a guy on a bike and one other person in 4 days. The guy on the bike was like; Are you okay? I was like: Fine, having a great time. I was sitting down next to the trail eating a delicious (Just kidding) mountain house, and he was i think astonished to see someone out on the trail at this time of year. All the parking lots were empty, and many of the places around the area were closed, i guess they are seasonal. Yea, i like the quietness though, its nice.

    I also wanna say thanks to you EWKER. He scanned me the pages of the book i needed in order to do the loop, without that last minute intervention, I would have had no choice but to next day the book. I now have the book too, but those scans were key, thanks alot!

    That is pretty typical in seeing folks up there. I have been up there many times during the yr and still never see folks except for the &*^%$#@ horse people

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    Sounds like a good relaxing quiet trip. just what I need too.

    Nice video. I like it!!
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