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Discussion in 'Blogs' started by stealthycat, Jun 2, 2017.
big group of cows / calves in the 12,000' range
tent at around 11500
I have to admit, I'm a little jealous. We're going to Este park and then Leadville with some friends next week, but there won't be any hunting or camping.
How's the weather been? I've been watching it, and it looks like it swings from 30's to 70's every day.
Is there any particular reason for pitching camp in that meadow instead of under the trees? Fire or falling limbs, or just looked better?
Have you done any fishing in those small streams?
I haven't been in the high country for a couple months. Ready to get back out there!
that particular spot looked the best for if it poured rain it dropped off to the left into a stream bottom
we hiked the back end/trail of Turquoise lake at Leadville - nice hike, gorgeous lake up there
it can get warm in the day, even at 12,000 feet ... hiking in shorts and tshirt
BRING BUG SPRAY - the flies/mosquitoes were awful !
It rained heavy on us at Wolf Creek, in Leadville, at Dillon ...... Mt Evans too, but the Red Feather lakes area west of Ft Collins no rain on us
ideally .... I need to hike into this area I've hunted before, and there be no outfitters there, and no camps at all
if this happens .......... I think I stand a good chance at killing a bull close to camp
if there are hunters in there, my hunting gets way harder. if there are outfitters, it gets extremely hard and I will have to move away from there, farther back into the wilderness area and I don't want that if I can avoid it
This week I'd hiked, did bleachers, played hard RB ..... cardio is good, back and shoulders needs more conditioning to heavy pack though. Feet in good shape, knee has flared up a bit but manageable
7 weeks out
this is my son in the burn area .... it burned almost everything this was heavy, dark old growth timber 3 years ago