I was surprised not to find this one in a search of the thread.
Edit: I'm even more surprised to realize it's not the lake I thought it was. That's the second time I've done that on this thread. The perils (for me at least) of going back and looking at unlabeled photos. This is better looking than the named lake anyway.
Let's not forget about this lake that Abert posted.
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I was hoping that would quietly go away. I left it up in case someone had been looking for it even after my disclaimer. Here's the named lake I thought I was posting.
I did find an interesting old thread about remote Olympic lakes when I was searching to see if this lake had been in the "name that lake" thread. It's neat how many really pretty tarns and fairly substantial lakes you can come across walking Olympic ridges.
Hi Abert. I seem to remember that named lake being named after an OK filling for donuts (I visited it on a solo traverse after I sweated through 4 liters of water on an 85 degree day... it felt so good to dunk my head in it after having spent the last 1 and a half hours with no water). As for the other one... it kind of reminds me of something in the yrref Basin... in fact I camped right next to it back in 2014 a few hours after refilling water at the other one.
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