Chewuch Inn and Cabins
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Friday, September 18, 2015. PCT day 151. Miles 2561.25-2569.42. (8 miles) The pain in my right quadriceps was less this morning when I awoke and the inflammation decreased. I was able to squat all the way down with out too much pain. Thank you ibuprofen and a good nights. I slept in since I only had 8 miles to go before the 12:30 bus to Stehekin. I took it easy. My leg felt better, but ...
... climbs. At round mile 23 today, my right inner quadricep muscle began to hurt really bad when climbing and descending. I think I pulled that muscle. It hurts. It is now swollen and inflamed. It is a typical overuse injury. I can barely crouch down without pain. And it hurts to walk. I limped and hobbled into camp. I took some advil and the pain is finally subsiding and the inflammation reduced. I am hoping this doesn't end my ...
... 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 ...
... stopping by 6:20 and having done 28.5 miles by then. Come to think of it, that is good because by tomorrow I should be on the north east side Glacier Peak and not the west side. The peak is a weather magnet, and I heard it is supposed to rain/snow quite a bit by Thursday. I should be further away from that peak by then hopefully. I am not looking forward to tomorrow's 25 mile day. 8,700 feet of climbing and 9000 feet of descent is on the agenda. On that note, ...
... meadows and deep valleys. It is no wonder that this supremely majestic area is called “The North American Alps”.
The North Cascades Scenic Highway is one of the nation’s most spectacular mountain drives. Rugged beauty characterizes the area with steep mountain ranges filled with jagged peaks, deep valleys, cascading waterfalls, mountain lakes and glaciers.
Three reservoirs within the Ross Lake ...