Methow River Lodge & Cabins
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... dry and warm enough to dry my tent out completely. Thankfully no rain. SpeakerBox, Mosey, Swampwater, Catwater, TrailBride and Copenhagen showed up eventually too for the bus ride, along with other non PCT hikers. Stehekin is the last stop, the last resupply. I am 80 miles from Canada and 88 miles from finishing. Four more days on the trail. I plan to leave back for the trail Saturday ...
... more than a little wet. Damn! He set off before me at 6:30. He was cold and needed to start walking to warm up Off by 7am myself, I decided to do a 28.5 mile day. That way, the next day, i would only have 8 miles to the bust stop that shuttles into Stehekin. Surely, I'd be able to catch the 12:30 bus. Also, my goal was to reach the post office for my resupply box before it closes. That way I wouldn't have to wait until 11am ...
... not yet. The views were beautiful today. Glacier Peak looked very impressive with its huge glaciers. The trail was definitely crowded today, and that was good. The trail was getting lonely. The folks i saw today where, SpeakerBox, Mosey, Swampwater, Vince, Puff Puff, Trail Bride and Copenhagen. The campsite today is crowded with 6 of us here. Everyone is asleep by 8:30. On that note, goodnight. Only 126 miles to ...
... thankfully allowed me to dry my tent and sleeping bag. It also allowed better views of the mountains. The trail circumnavigates Glacier Peak on the west side. Unfortunately, the peak was shrouded in clouds all day. There were, however, other glaciated peaks in the vicinity that were not clouded. I was going relatively fast today, despite the 6500 feet of climbing, that I had already done 25 miles by 5pm. It was to early to stop hiking so I kept ...
... head out on US 20 where the land opens up and we can see from horizon to horizon wheat and canola field. Some fields are lush and green and other are naked waiting to be planted. We drive for an hour or more seeing these wheat fields.We continue on to area that is south of the Coulee Dam. The tall power lines run from this dam. We are continuing through part of the cascade loop where cherries and apples are grown. Once again it can not be believed ...