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PostWed Oct 31, 2007 3:34 pm 
Crossing of 5 stream on the North Fork Skokomish, on the abandoned "Oneil trail". First is drawing from boy scout pamphlet describing the route, drawn in mid-1980s is my guess, second from my trip there a couple years back.
5stream.drawing
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PostThu Nov 01, 2007 11:04 am 
only 56 years later but
Lower Curtis Glacier 1951
Lower Curtis Glacier 1951
Lower Curtis Glacier viewed from the west in August 2007
Lower Curtis Glacier viewed from the west in August 2007
On the trail to Lower Curtis Glacier

North Cascade Glacier Climate Project: http://www.nichols.edu/departments/glacier/
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PostMon Nov 05, 2007 1:23 pm 
The timelessness of these photos are up.gif up.gif This is a really cool.gif thread. Thanks, Tom!

.....leaving me wanting to return over and over in what ever capacity that may be, even if one day my knees are too old and I can only see the mountains from my porch. Jason Hummel
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PostWed Nov 07, 2007 11:03 pm 
Well, not quite a century, but this is the best I could come up with. It's two pictures of Rainier from the Sunrise area; one my father took in August 1941 and one I took in August 2005.
Unfortunately, they aren't quite from the same vantage points. Maybe next summer, I'll go back and see if I can recreate the 1941 scene more closely.

I think there's an easier way on the far side
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PostThu Mar 27, 2008 9:53 am 
Cuz there Coooool, Bitch'n H.Hound Bitch.. Glad I could help..

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PostFri Mar 28, 2008 9:06 pm 
It wasn't a century later - but it felt like it
Pinnacle Peak - 1968 and 2005

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PostMon Aug 25, 2008 9:55 am 
Suggested by Tom from a trip report:
These shots are of my wife and my grandmother at almost the identical spot on the Mt. Pilchuck trail, 71 years apart.
These shots are of my wife and my grandmother at almost the identical spot on the Mt. Pilchuck trail, 71 years apart.
These shots are of my wife and my grandmother at almost the identical spot on the Mt. Pilchuck trail, 71 years apart.
These shots are of my wife and my grandmother at almost the identical spot on the Mt. Pilchuck trail, 71 years apart.

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PostMon Aug 25, 2008 1:42 pm 
Snoqualmie Mountain
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PostTue Aug 26, 2008 7:30 pm 
The only difference I can see Angry Hiker is the lack of poodles in the 1913 photo.

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PostWed Aug 27, 2008 5:07 pm 
For Geobob's pix...The first thing that went thru my head was "in the new pic of the glacier with a squirrelly tail, the ice we see today, where was that ice on the MT in the 41 picture?" Obviously no one knows, but its pretty cool to wonder how far up the MT the 2005 ice was in 1941. What is it like an inch per year or something like that?

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PostThu Aug 28, 2008 8:58 am 
The Conifer basketball camp 1960 vs today on Snoqualmie Pass (Guye Peak in background).

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PostThu Aug 28, 2008 1:46 pm 
On the left, Foggy Lake (then known as Crater Lake) from Del Campo circa 1920. On the right, same shot circa last weekend (23 Aug 2008)

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PostMon Aug 30, 2010 7:38 pm 
A lot of you have already been to the upper Del Campo mine. I hadn't been in Gothic Basin since 1973 and wasn't even aware of the mines at that time. I thought someday I might get back to mimic the old shots. Looks like I missed by a couple feet. :shrug:
(ed 2019 to fix UW Digital Library links)

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PostSat May 23, 2020 12:31 pm 
And with those UDub digital photo links fixed I am able to resurrect this thread and add these from my files... Pics of the 'Snow finger' as they didn't call it the Snow finger then.. this photo is from a 1913 August Mt Olympus summit by the Mountaineers... and I have no idea why that dude is jumping around in a loin clothe... my photo from 2009 Sept Bailey Traverse
And this original from a 1920 August summit of Mt Olympus by the Mountaineers.. as they ascend the 'Snow finger'.. photo of me descending towards end of same Bailey traverse..

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PostSat May 23, 2020 8:24 pm 
The loin cloth man alone makes the reserrect worthwhile. up.gif

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