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post #1 of 4 Old 11-08-2012, 04:44 PM Thread Starter
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funny rocks trail pictures

Same trail two days worth of photos

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post #2 of 4 Old 11-09-2012, 05:33 PM
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Nice! How recent was this?

I was up there for a 4-day run at the beginning of October and all the grasses in the meadows and fields look all dried out.

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Nice! How recent was this?

I was up there for a 4-day run at the beginning of October and all the grasses in the meadows and fields look all dried out.
The pictures with the fog, orange trees and the rock were last weekend. The others were in July, are you from eastern wa. ?

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Nope. But I've just been over to Manastash a lot. It's an awesome camping and Jeep'n place

We we were up there we stopped down at Lost Lake and I noticed all the larch trees were right about to turn color. It's very cool when they do, they turn the firey yellows that you can see in your photos. The cool thing is that the larches are interspersed with the regular conifers so it looks like the forest is randomly bursting into flames in mid-fall.

You can just barely tell the larches here as they are just a hint paler green than the rest of the evergreens in this photo from Lost Lake.



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