Between Cane Creek and Red Sheep Creek
0840. Last stages of breaking camp. We got rained on last night, enough that the dry river we left yesterday is no longer dry and is noisy enough to be heard from ¾ of a mile and 700’ elevation gain away. Cool this morning – hat, gloves and puffy weather. Breakfast talk consists of weather and discussions of our respective GI tracts.
1740. Today has been… trying. I’m huddled inside the gear shed; Erin and Shari are in their tent. Though we had blue Continue reading “Notes from the Field: 15 August 2013, Day Three”