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catsp
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PostWed Jan 03, 2024 6:13 pm 
Backpacker Joe wrote:
Hey Catsp, looks like that might be Spider lake.
Sorry, I thought my thumbs up was more noticeable. ALW lake expert ALW Hiker was correct - Little Kulla. smile.gif

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PostSat Jan 13, 2024 3:54 pm 
zimmertr wrote:
This is probably an easy one for y'all
EDIT: Had to quickly re-upload after I realized it still had location metadata wink.gif
The Earth once roared, the crust then sheared. From Hell came magma, the ground forever seared. It cooled and dried. Swift Creek soon jammed. Millenniums later, this lake is still dammed. Desparate lakebaggers now find allure. Fisherman too, often toss their lure. Our first hike together, we broke the ice. This place was visited, not once but twice. On this July tour, Neek by my side. We hiked 32 miles. A finer lake was never spied. Nearby this dumpster, the trail began. Could a month earlier have been a better plan?

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PostMon Jan 15, 2024 12:39 pm 
^ The grassy logs remind me of Pyramid Lake (although I seem to remember it being smaller than what your photo shows).

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PostMon Jan 15, 2024 12:51 pm 
From the clues it's in the vicinity of Mount Saint Helens. Seems to match the WTA blurb: https://www.wta.org/go-hiking/hikes/june-lake

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PostMon Jan 15, 2024 1:07 pm 
June lake it is! I thought the waterfall was unique enough it would have been guessed same day.

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