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  • #2189316
    Jonathan Chin
    BPL Member

    @jonrc

    Locale: Northwoods

    Little Sag
    Little Saganaga.

    #2189418
    Jim Colten
    BPL Member

    @jcolten

    Locale: MN

    Sugarloaf Pond, SHT October 2001

    Sugarloaf Pond, Superior Hiking Trail October 2001.
    Sadly, this gem has dwindled to less than 5% of the size shown here.

    #2190904
    Alex Wallace
    BPL Member

    @feetfirst

    Locale: Sierra Nevada North

    Ediza

    Garnet

    #2190994
    Ryan Smith
    BPL Member

    @violentgreen

    Locale: East TN

    Great pics Alex.

    Ryan

    #2191541
    Alex Wallace
    BPL Member

    @feetfirst

    Locale: Sierra Nevada North

    Thanks, Ryan. I wish I had a better camera and actually knew what I was doing behind it though. Obviously some people here do and I got to say it's a bit intimidating to post what look like chalk drawings compared to their HiDef. ;]

    #2191542
    Bob Gross
    BPL Member

    @b-g-2-2

    Locale: Silicon Valley

    Alex, that looks like Lake Ediza.

    –B.G.–

    #2191652
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Somehow, I never seem to take many campsite photos, but I made an exception for this trip.

    sss

    zzz

    And Canada

    noritpic1

    #2191661
    W I S N E R !
    BPL Member

    @xnomanx

    I love the first shot Tom.

    #2191668
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    "I love the first shot Tom."

    Thanks, Craig. That was probably my all time favorite campsite for views. I wish now I'd paid more attention to photography, but we were pretty focused on other things at the time.

    #2191747
    Backpack Jack
    BPL Member

    @jumpbackjack

    Locale: Armpit of California

    Chicken Foot Lake just before bed.

    chicken foot

    Ok, lets see how good some of you are at guessing where this is.

    ?

    #2191869
    Valerie E
    BPL Member

    @wildtowner

    Locale: Grand Canyon State

    Hmmmm, looks to me like you're heading up Forester Pass (SOBO)… but I could be wrong.

    #2191886
    Owen McMurrey
    Spectator

    @owenm

    Locale: SE US

    You folks out West have such gorgeous views!
    I had what I thought were a couple of decent campsites in CO and UT last year:
    camp1

    camp2

    camp3

    Here in the Southeast, it's almost all tree cover, so the campsites are usually pretty blah unless you get next to water, or maybe a cliffline.
    camp4

    camp8

    #2192005
    Peter Treiber
    BPL Member

    @peterbt

    Locale: A^2

    Manistee River
    Manistee River Forest Service Dispersed Campsite #28

    Lake Superior in the Porkies
    Lake Superior in the Porkies

    Trap Hills
    Trap Hills

    Upper Boy Scout Lake
    Upper Boy Scout Lake

    #2192149
    Alex Wallace
    BPL Member

    @feetfirst

    Locale: Sierra Nevada North

    @Bob, "Alex, that looks like Lake Ediza."

    You're correct. The first picture is taken from a perch above Ediza Lake's northern shore. The second picture was taken the previous day near the northwest corner of Garnet Lake.

    #2195125
    Andy Duncan
    BPL Member

    @bluewater

    Locale: SoCal

    Just checking out the latest camp shots. Tom those Nepal photos are beautiful, . . and I love to camp in the snow!

    #2195132
    Jay Wilkerson
    BPL Member

    @creachen

    Locale: East Bay

    1868
    Humphreys Basin, Sierras

    #2195175
    Jay Wilkerson
    BPL Member

    @creachen

    Locale: East Bay

    401
    1590
    1550

    #2195178
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    "Tom those Nepal photos are beautiful, . . and I love to camp in the snow!"

    You'd have loved it up there, Andy. Right in your element. It's an eerie feeling thinking about it now, and wondering how much those quakes altered the place. Or if that campsite is even still there.

    #2219283
    Richard May
    BPL Member

    @richardm

    Locale: Nature Deficit Disorder

    My favorite camp on Eagle Rock Loop atop Hurricane Knob, AR. After cooking dinner and tending to my feet I lied down "for a nap." I awoke to the moon rising from the mountains and the stars above. The night was quiet. I rested peacefully.

    Eagle Rock Loop Camp

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