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July 4, 2003 at 4:42 am in reply to: Found something interesting!! #84876
“I'll contact you off line, Guy. GREAT to hear from you! – Virg”May 13, 2003 at 4:19 am in reply to: Good trips? #84747
“Over Chinook Pass, on east side, Crow Creek Lake (CT), Janet (CT), Rae (CT). May not be able to get past Raven’s Roost Lookout on wheels. Campsites at all lakes; used to be shelter at Crow Creek Lake; don’t know whether it still exists. It also used to get some horse traffic (don’t know whether it still does). ^^^^Lower and Middle Kendall Peak lakes. Middle lake has campsites. Upper Kendall Peak Lake probably isn’t open, yet. ^^^^Lake Isabel should be open, but fishing from shore won’t offer much opportunity for success. It is at 2800 foot altitude, and deep (180 feet in spots). Will be open, but cold (probably around 45-50 degrees). Has plenty of camp sites. Hard to find the right route to upper May Creek bridge because of all the dirt bike route chewing that has gone on over the years. “February 8, 2003 at 6:52 am in reply to: Storm Water Drainage #84641
Placing any kind of fish in any kind of water is illegal unless approved by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. All mountain lakes stocked by the Trail Blazers must be/have been approved by the WDFW. – mossbackJanuary 15, 2003 at 7:14 pm in reply to: Tell me where your secret fishing hole is #84628
“That’s just off of No tellum ridge””.^^^^Which is on the way to “”No SeeEm Lake””. “””August 31, 2002 at 12:14 am in reply to: Eagle Lake Cabin #84552
Salish – posted your query on Trail Blazer listserv. Only response that anyone could provide was following:
The Ben Paris 1944 guide gives the name of the cabin’s owner. He has since died but Howard Stevens tells me a fellow by the name of McKenzie is the owner now.
Interesting that Eagle wasn’t exempted from the Wild Sky proposal for having this “stamp of man”. There is an outhouse as well.
We had a couple members who associated with original owner (Mr. Stone, I think), but one is dead and the other is in unknown (at the moment) nursing home.
Last time I was there, no junk was around the yard, place looked neat. CT reproduce in lake.
I notice I used my NW Hikers nom de plume on my 8/27 post. That’s what happens when one gets old old. Say hello to your dad for me. If you don’t know who I am, tell him I’m the one who wore a couple ears on my ears (German 88’s were not nice to me). – mossbackAugust 28, 2002 at 5:52 am in reply to: Eagle Lake Cabin #84551
“I haven’t been to Eagle Lake/cabin for probably 20 years. Given people think it is creepy,”” it must be getting trashed. Used to be in good shape (but locked), then someone would break in and trash it. At least a couple Trail Blazers know/knew who the owner is/was. I’ll try to get some info for you. – oldtimer”””August 12, 2002 at 6:22 pm in reply to: Members only section #84524
“Agreed. Jeffrey deserves a kudo. Jeffrey, I annoint you with a kudo (don’t know how to paste a smiley, or I’d give you 2-3, so)