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« on: August 23, 2009, 11:48:22 am »
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Hello Everyone . I found this information yesterday it is dated Aug. 4. 2009 hopefully it is not posted on this forum already ?  Not just about southern Oregon but it has some good information from other parts of the U.S.
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I tried to hike to Emily cabin once (is that the same place?) and got lost on a cold extremely rainy October day. We went off the trail to climb up a peak and could not see more than 100 feet through the clouds. The trail was not where we left it. Frozen and soaked all night with no food or tent. My friend's dog thought we were nuts. Next morning, my buddy said he was hoping we'd get lost (for the excitement, I assume) and we spent the next 4 hours searching for a way out. I was angry then, but it's a fond memory now.

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