Sunday, September 25, 2011

The great escape

Ice House Canyon, a friend takes a plunge.





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  1. Where's Ice House Canyon? Looks like Switzer's.

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  2. Ice House Canyon has a nice, refreshing ring to it. Looks like your friend enjoyed her plunge.

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  3. Who could that be? I like the last photo. Actually Mr V and I were up that way this evening. Checking out the campground and lifts. Shaking hands with the big trees.

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  4. It's going to be in the 90's this week -- I know where I'll be on Wednesday.

    (I told Ms Anon I wouldn't post the photo. Don't tell her, ok? We, including you and me, weren't exactly dressed for a photo op.)

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  5. Your secret's safe with me, KB. Looks nicely refreshing!

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  6. 90's? Perfect Fall weather here - waiting for the colors to change. S'posed to be perfect conditions for brilliant hues this year.
    And I'm working in black and white?

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  7. Love the photos. That water's icey, icey cold! I took the Caltech hiking group there last week, but no-one was brave enough to try a toe-dip.

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  8. Look fun. And cold! Have never been there.

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  9. I didn't take the plunge either, Bellis. I was too busy eating an egg.

    Can't wait to go back. This time I'll pack two eggs and hike into the wilderness area.

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  10. Well...she doesn't look like she got very wet...

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  11. Oh, yes. Best picture I've ever taken. I can't catch bees in a rose, but I caught joy. (Yes, it was entirely by accident, but let's not quibble.)

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  12. Yep, looks like joy, all right. And the water looks cold. (What does it mean for water to look cold? But it does).

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  13. I would have fallen in. I always fall in.

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  14. Funnnn!!! Stay cool this week Hiker!

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  15. I've never heard of this place.
    What a great name!

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  16. Any illusions I had of being slim and graceful have been dispelled. Joyous at moments is a good consolation.
    WV: deatch
    VW 2: suclent

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