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Horseshoe Meadows to Chicken Springs

 
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 02, 2015 3:33 pm    Post subject: Horseshoe Meadows to Chicken Springs  Reply with quote

Hey Guys long time lurker...... just finally signed up but i thought id introduce myself. My names Travis I'm From Rancho and i like to do pretty much anything outside. I recently took a trip to Chciken springs lake via Cottonwood Pass. My friend Anthony who recently got into hiking has never been above anything higher than baldy so i decided to take him with me. I had also recently discovered my Fathers old Minolta XGM 35mm camera so decided to lug that along.Bear with the pictures they're not the best, this is my first time using it and im still getting the feel for film...
Overall it was a great experience we only had one other party at the lake with us the whole time. We also got in a little bouldering which i was super stoked about, really neat rock formations up there. Anywas hope you guys enjoy, plenty of other trip reports to come from me just need to sort through the 5000 or so on my google photos lol.





























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