[pct-l] hike from rainy pass to border of canada

Shauna csxii at schizoaffective.org
Sun Jul 22 14:35:37 CDT 2007

Welcome to hiking in Western Washington this year.. :)  I've already
shredded a pair of rainpants and a pair of hiking pants.

On Sun, 22 Jul 2007 12:29:30 -0700 (PDT), harriet von <harrietva at yahoo.com>
had this to say:

>Just came home last night from Manning to Rainy
>Pass,The trail is really bad over 250 Trees down and
>some are really big.The snow is just in patches and it
>shout be gone in a week. My cloth and my Pack is
>ripped it was not easy for me to go over and under so
>many Trees and the weather was bad. Good Luck Harriet
>--- karl jorgensen <karlandpeggy at shaw.ca> wrote:
>> does anyone know what the snow conditions are now on
>> the trail north of rainy pass to the border of
>> canada?  I want to hike this section in the next
>> couple of weeks and want to know what snow I will
>> face..  jorgy 06
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