EDIT: Outdoor Research Exos pants (David B.)
Here are your edits, noted with **. Solid report nice work. Feel
free to upload after changes are made. Take care,
Primally the trips have been on snow, with the only dry-ground travel
trips on approach to the snow line.
**First word is a typo. Should be "Primarily"
Silver Peak snowshoe attempt.
**Just curious did you go up via Annette or another route?
that day temperatures never rose above 9 F (-13 C), which is not
typical for the pacific northwest.
**Pacific Northwest both words should be capitalized.
- Thanks for the edits!
We tried Silver from the Annette lake trail, but ascended through
Ollalie meadows to about 500 ft from the summit before the weather
turned on us and too much new snow came down. Basically we went up
the Annette trail to the Iron Horse, walked east on that for a quarter
mile or so, then went up through the trees to Ollalie meadows. From
there we tried to ride the ridge but hit a big rock outcrop and had to
descent around it. We went up the litle ridge east of the main ridge
to a big plateau area around 5000 ft, but we couldn't see much in the
clouds and the new snow was making avalanche danger too high. Still
trying to get back for another attempt!
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> Here are your edits, noted with **. Solid report nice work. Feel
> free to upload after changes are made. Take care,
> Primally the trips have been on snow, with the only dry-ground travel
> trips on approach to the snow line.
> **First word is a typo. Should be "Primarily"
> Silver Peak snowshoe attempt.
> **Just curious did you go up via Annette or another route?
> that day temperatures never rose above 9 F (-13 C), which is not
> typical for the pacific northwest.
> **Pacific Northwest both words should be capitalized.
Here are your edits, marked with **. Only a couple minor things this
is a solid report. Thank you for your patience on the slow edit I've
been slammed lately. And thanks for a great test series. I look
forward to working with you more in the future!
They continue to be comfortable, offer reasonable waterproofing, and
show little signs of wear.
**This needs to be clarified. "Show little sign of wear" means there
isn't much to talk about. "Show little signs of wear" as you wrote
it, implies there are things that are worn and you should probably
list those. I think you meant the first one, so you probably just need
to drop the `s'.
There is some visible small piling and a rougher texture than the
**Pilling should have two `Ls'
they have stood up very well with some minor fabric piling.