Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Bounty of the Gravelly Range

My first deer-hunting experience! I didn't shoot it, but I found other ways to contribute. Posted by Picasa

Grouse hunting near Henry's Lake

Tasty little chickens!

The infamous gulch that swallowed my cell phone...and later spat it out Posted by Picasa

Friday, August 18, 2006

Lazy day

Rob and I explored a couple of lakes not far from his house earlier this week...lovely they were

Cliff Lake

Rob sits on water...figure that one out

Guess who Posted by Picasa

Hike to Hilgard Basin

I took a hike to Hilgard Basin last week, and a detour up Sentinal Peak along the way. Something like 16-18 miles, gorgeous views. As usual, though, there isn't a lot of order to these pics.

Rock cairn...looked like something else from a distance

Hilgard Basin

Crag Lake

View from Sentinal Peak...~10,700' Posted by Picasa

The Hilgard Range

Trail to Hilgard Basin

Hilgard Basin Posted by Picasa

Sunday, August 13, 2006

The Ultimate West Yellowstone Experience

Some of you have already seen these, but here are some pics a fellow tosser sent of one of our frisbee nights in West. Hopefully she'll send me more!

I guess I was trying to slow down...or hand jive?

I'll take that thank you

The regulars Posted by Picasa

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Biking the Bridgers

I recommend checking these out in reverse order--I published them backwards. This was a ride I did in the Bridger range a week ago...I really don't know how many miles, but it was a lot and it took me 7-odd hours. I had people offering me food towards the end...awesome day.

Trail spur to Sacagawea Peak

The trail behind

The ride down....fun! Posted by Picasa


I don't think this one was too keen on me...she kept walking at me with her pointy horns

Bridger range

Ross mountain Posted by Picasa


Ross Pass

Up, always up.

Ross Mountain...who the hell is Ross? Posted by Picasa

Backpacking in the Beartooths

Slowly but surely I'm tending to my updates! Here are some shots from a backpacking trip I did with friend Jason back around the 4th of July. We hiked up (did I mention UP?) into the Beartooth Wilderness NW of Yellowstone to an alpine lake plateau and some of the oldest rocks in the world. Sweet.

Beartooth wilderness lake plateau at ~9500'

The neverending switchbacks Posted by Picasa

Horseshoe Lake at our campsite

We camped along the far right shore

View along the trail after a wicked storm

Lovely Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, July 05, 2006