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... we stopped to see Box Canyon and made our way to the Visitor Center at Paradise, which was the only one open at this time of year. We enjoyed wandering around the beautiful new building, eventually finding not only a keychain but also a Swiss army knife with Erik’s name spelled correctly. He could not be convinced to purchase one, something I’m sure he will regret.
We enjoyed a stop and quick walk down to the gushing ...
... my trip and had the best views I have seen in my life. We walked out to town later that day and immediately bought icecream, chocolate, a pineapple, chips and pizza: the diet gets a bit bland after the 7th day on trail.
I am now resting my aching joints and ligaments in a town called Packwood, ready for the next section after a day off. I feel fit, strong and healthy. My calf muscles have grown into cow muscles, my feet ...
... camping area. I would have to cross a melting snow field and fast moving river to get to an available campsite near the still frozen Goat Lake. I started falling through the thinning snow which is a good way to break and ankle or twist a knee. I even fell backwards once and was stuck in the snow like a turtle left upside down by a mean kid. The last of my energy was expended extricating myself from that obstacle and luckily on the side of the stream with the campsites. ...
... dinner of pizza and lit a fire. Temps moderated and then fell into the 60's at night. We are surrounded by firs accented by a redwood here and there. Mosses cover almost anything on the ground. This is the most beautiful place we have been. I'm slowly suffocating the plan I had to go to Victoria via ferry from Anacortes. It seems I'm the only one interested. Tomorrow we are heading to Seattle. I haven't been there in ten years. The sound of the Nisqually's rushing water is putting me to ...
... snow topped mountain on the far side that reflects magnificently in the crystal clear mirror waters it really is jaw dropping stuff to think that a 90 minute 5 mile walk should bring you to a pristine alpine lake in the wilderness of Gifford Pinchot/ Goat Rock Wilderness and it is a real humbling experience,there are two guys camping up there and we can't help butthink that this must be an extraordinary thing to do under the moonlight and night skies.
we wander round a bit ...