[Cdt-l] Black Range water reports
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Tue Jan 21 17:35:06 CST 2014
Otter, good luck hiking the Black Range this spring. You could post some of your water observations here, as appropriate:<br/><br/>http://bit.ly/LCNdk1<br/><br/>Then it'll show up in the results here, after the hiking season: <br/><br/>http://www.simblissity.net/get/water-chart.shtml<br/><br/>- Brett<br/><br/><br/><br/><br/><br/>Message: 1<br/>Date: Tue, 21 Jan 2014 10:22:52 -0800 (PST)<br/>From: stephen olshansky <br/>Subject: [Cdt-l] water in black range<br/>To: "Cdt-l at backcountry.net" <br/>Message-ID:<br/><1390328572.27766.YahooMailNeo at web160603.mail.bf1.yahoo.com><br/>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"<br/><br/>Hi Ginny,<br/>hope this shows up on cdt-l not sure how to reply.<br/>yeah,<br/>you are right water is a concern. my plan this year in the black range <br/>is simply to hike down off the crest if necessary to water. down along <br/>both sides of the range east and west are sources. i've hiked both <br/>sides. just a question of how
far down, prolly up to a couple of miles. I<br/>just include this as part of the trail and hike. Think the way things <br/>are looking right now I'll prolly be one of the earlier ones starting in<br/>early march and i love the black range and am gonna do it. will post on<br/>here and facebook group cdt2014 join it. not sure where water report <br/>will be put up yet. but hope to contribute.<br/>life is a hike<br/>otter<br/><br/>
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