Thanks all for checking out my picts and posting.
I've got weekly trips like this planned to try and get this old body back in to some kinda shape for hiking.
Too many years at a desk job and too many hours in the big easy chair at home.
Will be taking the camera, it's the perfect excuse to stop and rest
so I hope I don't burn
you guys and gals out with all the picts and reports.
Originally Posted by Fronkey
You are like the wildlife whisper and I can't believe how close you get to them. They must be checking out your new hear.
Great photos dude and thanks for sharing.
Getting close to the wildlife out here really isn't to hard if you just walk up slow and the first sign
they look stressed (pining ears back, etc.) just sit down and let them get use to you being there.
Originally Posted by MuseJr
Thanks for sharing your views. I'm not sure I would have made it to the ridge. That river looks too inviting.
I could have watched that TV for hours. If I could get the snow to stay away long enough for some trails to dry up, I might get out too.
No camping allowed along the river. Day use only.
Being so close to the city it's pretty popular with the weekend fly fishing guys.
On the weekends every pullout will have a vehicle in it.
During the week you have the place to yourself.