Hiking the Eagle Lakes Trail
Washington Pass Viewpoint, Silverstar Mt. in the background
Unnamed Lake between Eagle and Upper Eagle
This lake was surrounded by Larches
After 13.5 miles of trail , it was time for Rudy to rest up
Recta de Tin Tin. This arrow-straight road through the heart of the park parallels the path of an ancient Inca road that also was perfectly straight.
Our final day was shrouded in fog
Dave Sisk, international man of mystery and intrigue. Dave masterminded the overthrow of the Yemeni government while skiing with us.
Dave and Mary half-way through the Big Valley trail
Old John Deere steel-wheeled wagons at the Kirkwood Ranch
This was a sheep ranching operation in the 1930s.
Playing in the mud, like a typical adolescent
Rudy was trying to figure out the bubbling in the groundwater
Mowich Lake, where the trip began
Rudy at Cutthroat Pass
First open views after the initial hike through the forest
Porcupine creek drainage, the direction we came up from Rainy Pass.