EDIT: FR - Sierra Designs Echo Sleeping Bag Kenny B
- Sierra Designs Echo Sleeping Bag
January 27, 2006
I snowshoed in along the Red Pine Lakes trail last week and camped.
Gorgeous - especially to a desert girl. Can you recommend another
good trail in the Wasatch where avvy gear is not required?
Good writeup! Minor edit suggestions follow enclosed between *** ***
I spent three nights in the Echo with my arms, feet, and for one
night, my entire upper body were bare and exposed to the bag's
***Reads better if you remove "were" ***
Laying my crossed arms on my chest provided the little resistance to
adjusting my position, but I find my arms fall asleep
***I think this sentence works better if you remove "the" in front
of resistance, but I may be misreading this. ***
- Hi Carol
Thanks for the edits! They are incorporated and
uploaded. Try Big Cottonwood Canyon for less avvy
danger. Both Desolation Lake and Lake Blanche are
beautiful trails. You could also do Dog Lake or
Mineral Fork. I actually prefer White Pine in Lil'
Cottonwood to Red Pine (both are awesome), but an
avalanche killed a kid up there a few winters back so
it's certainly more dangerous. Glad to hear you
enjoyed your trip.
--- cmcrooker <carol@...> wrote:
> Hey Kenny,__________________________________________________
> I snowshoed in along the Red Pine Lakes trail last
> week and camped.
> Gorgeous - especially to a desert girl. Can you
> recommend another
> good trail in the Wasatch where avvy gear is not
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