- #10 Tin cans? the last time I saw one of those I was camping in the Emigrant Wilderness. I heard a noise so I went down by the creek but didn t see anything.Message 1 of 4 , Oct 2, 2011View Source#10 Tin cans? the last time I saw one of those I was camping in the Emigrant Wilderness. I heard a noise so I went down by the creek but didn't see anything. The next day I went do to get some water and saw something on the other side of the creek which I went to investigate. It turns out some horse packers had come in to drop of some food for a trail crew, only the trail crew didn't show up till the next day. They just left the food laying on the ground. I probably heard them just as they were leaving. When I saw the food the next day the bears had already found it during the night. They'd ripped open the #10 tins of Kool-Aid and other food and had a picnic. There was huge piles of bear scat nearby. When the trail crew showed up they hung what was left in the tree and went to work.Kim
From: "ned@..." <ned@...>
Sent: Sunday, October 2, 2011 9:04 PM
Subject: [John Muir Trail] Re: Back in the dayTruly, it was a pleasure seeing these images of an era gone by. This was the way things were done, open fires, #10 tin cans, fishing, pack frames without padded hip belts.... Some things are better these days and some I really miss. But, then, you needed to have first learned backpacking back then to feel nostalgic about it now!"Remember, Be Careful out there!"Ned Tibbits, Director
- Very cool. Here is another one from 1975, it also has music. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ygin-fTfChUMessage 2 of 4 , Oct 2, 2011View SourceVery cool.
Here is another one from 1975, it also has music.