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    Quote Originally Posted by ewok View Post
    I'll trade you some of our 110 degree heat indices for just a little of that snow.
    That weekend it was about 105 each day home 75 miles away (and 7000'+ below). On the 4th it was actually supposed to be 90 on Lake Tahoe - which is really, really hot for them. Heat is something we have plenty of You can keep the humidity though

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    Wow scorpio! I would love to take such a "bad" hike!!
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    Crappy trip??? I agree that sleeping in a campground sucks but it is better than being stuck at home or at work!!! With views like that, I would go at it again and again.
    "I'm a connoisseur of BACON." - Anyways - 6/9/13

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    Ya , this was a heavy snow year in the sierras. It's been a long wait to get out there and hike. I'm watching the trip reports and the snow is melting, but still pretty heavy around 9 thousand feet. Thanks for the report!

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    Any grand adventure you come home from is a good one. I love the pics. Sorry it didn't turn out as expected...

    And those of us in So. Cal are thrilled there's that much snow pack... It means I can actually wash my car again!
    "Do or do not, there is no try." -- Yoda


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    Wonderful pictures, sierrajud. Sorry things didn't turn out the way you planned, but at least everything went okay enough for you to make it back without incident.

    Don't worry about things going awry. Remember, any day out in the world is better than a day stuck at your job!

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