No, I have been too busy to work on it. My organization is launching
a new elementary school next fall and I have been working non-stop on
that project. But the JMT report is still in my to-do box (the notes
and maps have been on my desk, next to my computer, since I came back
from the mountains) and I will get to it some time soon.
I am thinking about doing the first leg of the Roper's Sierra High
Route, from Kings Canyon to South Lake, this year. My only problem
is that I have to go out in late June this year, so the snow may
spoil this idea. We'll see. . . Anybody out there have any idea of
how this year compares to last year, with regards to snow and
precipitation? It's hard to tell here in San Diego, where we get
maybe four or five days of hard rain each winter. I sure would love
to hear that it is a dryer year in the mountains this year.
Good luck with the interview.
On Feb 6, 2006, at 8:16 PM, Vera Lehmkuhl wrote:
> did you ever post your trip report after you finished the JMT
> last year? Am I senile? Did I miss it? Man that is scary about the
> storm but am impressed that you hunkered down in such a small
> shelter successfully....:)
> what are you doing this summer to top that eh? :)
> (you all keep your fingers crossed I am interviewing for a job in
> Roanoke, VA ....less than ohhhh 20 miles I think from the AT in VA! :)
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