Joined: Wed Jun 07, 2006 3:06 pm Posts: 157 Location: Kings Beach, Ca
Gotta love Washington's western swamplands and their kamakazi divebombing mosquitos. Did some very similiar bushwacking to that a month ago up by Kendall peak, i could really do nothing but laugh at the situation even though it has to be the most painfully slow hiking I have done...looks like you guys endured it for much longer than I had to though.
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Joined: Fri Nov 12, 2004 1:43 pm Posts: 439 Location: Western Washington
Jon Dahl wrote:
Jon if you consider that business as usual, I'd hate to experience what you consider not.
I could tell you about the time on the trail up Shuksan where the bugs were so thick you could kill a hundred at a time if you stopped at all.....
Now THAT shit can make you fCKN crazy, holy shit. Kill and kill and they just. keep. buzzing. I got it once on the Hannegan Pass Trail in late summer...
That time I had a blister on my right foot, and was going to try to stop and duct tape it up real quick....ever see a guy run uphill with a full day pack in mountaineering boots?? All the while swatting...and swatting....
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