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  1. I don't know if anyone thought to record them, but I need coordinates for the thrailhead and the two mine shafts.

    I didn't record them but pulled these off the NW Topos maps which should be good enough to get someone there.

    Trail Head N47 53.184 W123 05.502

    Mine on Tull Canyon Trail N47 51.183 W123 05.779

    Tubal Cain Mine N47 50.855 W123 06.077

  2. Hey let's move this conversation to the AHOTM thread to avoid confusion.

     

    I'd add the link but it's too early for me to figure it out.

    but, but, but..... the hike is this Saturday. Now I am confused :ph34r:

    Okay, maybe I'm just tired still from that other hike, not sore, just tired, I didn't get to sleep last night until after 0100 and got up at 0445.

  3. Yes, but only the fronts have heat. I can carry three.

    SHOTGUN!

    85 degrees and you want heated seats? :signalviolin:

    Hey, it's only supposed to get to the mid 70's on Sunday, a regular arctic weather front.

  4. So what day are we doing this? I got lost somewhere....

     

    :signalviolin:

    July 17th

    So that means this weekend is open. Is anyone interested in a Col Bob warm-up on Saturday or Sunday? Whichever, I'll have to camp at the trailhead. I'll bring the Baby-Q grill and stuff for breakfast in the morning.

     

    Scratch that, Tubal Cain should be blooming by now. Any interest?

    Are we talking day hike, an overnighter, Saturday, Sunday? What's the deal man, give us some details!

    Dayhike, Saturday or Sunday, I don't care which. If you can get to Silverdale we can carpool to the trailhead. Well, unless the Jeep isn't luxurious enough for you, then we can take the Land Rover.

    Either day works for me.

    Do yo have leather seats?

     

    Yes, but only the fronts have heat. I can carry three.

    SHOTGUN!

  5. So what day are we doing this? I got lost somewhere....

     

    :lol:

    July 17th

    So that means this weekend is open. Is anyone interested in a Col Bob warm-up on Saturday or Sunday? Whichever, I'll have to camp at the trailhead. I'll bring the Baby-Q grill and stuff for breakfast in the morning.

     

    Scratch that, Tubal Cain should be blooming by now. Any interest?

    Are we talking day hike, an overnighter, Saturday, Sunday? What's the deal man, give us some details!

    Dayhike, Saturday or Sunday, I don't care which. If you can get to Silverdale we can carpool to the trailhead. Well, unless the Jeep isn't luxurious enough for you, then we can take the Land Rover.

    Either day works for me.

    Do yo have leather seats?

  6. So what day are we doing this? I got lost somewhere....

     

    :(

    July 17th

    So that means this weekend is open. Is anyone interested in a Col Bob warm-up on Saturday or Sunday? Whichever, I'll have to camp at the trailhead. I'll bring the Baby-Q grill and stuff for breakfast in the morning.

     

    Scratch that, Tubal Cain should be blooming by now. Any interest?

    Are we talking day hike, an overnighter, Saturday, Sunday? What's the deal man, give us some details!

  7. The Sunday Creek Bridge on the North Fork of the Snoqualmie River is in place and the road is now open beyond the bridge.

     

    Thank you for your email and interest in the Sunday Creek Bridge replacement project. The bridge was opened for all users on July 1st. The Contractor is doing final clean up work but the bridge is now open. Thank you for your patience with this project.

     

    Larry Jaramillo, P.E.

    Supervising Engineer

  8. There was some discussion over the past few days that Aix may not be achievable due to high snow levels. A couple folks who monitor this stuff felt pretty certain that would be the case. Any thoughts? Should we have a Plan B objective?

     

    Uuuhh, yes. Alot of us have dropped some serious coin on campground stay, as crappy as that may be, we should definately come up with a plan B. I'll be waiting to hear back on this.

    We all still want to camp at Bumping Lake, since we have reservations, just looking for another nearby geo-hike option if Aix isn't available.

    There's Fryingpan Mt. Except for the last mile, which climbs to 5700'(2000' less than Mt. Aix) most of the hike stays below 5000'. Rough estimate of the hike is 13 miles R/T.

  9. Your best bet would be to drive north and find a park-n-ride along I-5 then take Metro to the event. I hate driving in Seattle on a good day and finding parking around the event site will be tough.

    I was thinking about taking Metro to the event but it appears that Metro doesn't run in the valley on the weekends, that or my Metro route finding skills really suck ( a definite possibility). :laughing:

  10. If anyone has a spot to split, I'll pay for half.

    There's still room over in site 46, when I reserved the site I reserved for 6 people just in case.

    I'm still trying to decide whether or not I want to bring the tent trailer.

    Well, heck, wish you'd said that before I reserved a separate one.

     

    I tried to email Chris to offer part of my site, but the email bounced, so you can have him. :lol:

     

    I thought I did but rereading my e-mail I guess I didn't, but that is what I meant :D .

  11. If anyone has a spot to split, I'll pay for half.

    There's still room over in site 46, when I reserved the site I reserved for 6 people just in case.

    I'm still trying to decide whether or not I want to bring the tent trailer.

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