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 Post subject: T. D. n H. Ridge Traverse and Lost Gear Search 6-14
 Post Posted: June 15th, 2017, 11:59 am 

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To the summit ridge from 26 and across then down the "long" way with some unique views and to the highway lot, 5.08mi.
Last up this trail was lost some "gear", a leather pouch and a pair of shades. The snow was still fairly heavy past mirror and some mild snow bushwhacking stripped the items from the pack.
The route up had its moments and would be tough to explain, other than out of the thick woods and off the tender growth. Some rock and mud and snow were called for with a light-foot; someone less of an outlier, compared to the cultural norm and perhaps more of a wisenheimer might say it would be tough to find evidence of a passing. haha.
Also it woulda been more distance, if not for some wonderful passersby whom observed my highway toil, and spared me the "walk of fumes". Gracious

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