Thanks for the reply Bruce. Of all the lake's in there I have still never hiked to it, LOL. Always to dam tired. Flown over it many time and hiked Halifax several times as well. Nice country tho. Nice work on trials.
The cabin is gone but there is another one on the other side of the meadow that hikers use. It's a beautiful meadow and it's huge. Go there sometime if you can.
These ole tractors have worked hard in this valley. Now they sit, waiting to work again.
Nice shot dear friend,Thanks for share,Good luck.
The ole Judge Waldo Tree. If you look closely you can see the date, 1888. This tree is by Island Lake in the Sky Lakes Wilderness.
At the southeast end of Island Lake is the Waldo Tree. This inscribed Shasta Red Fir bears the carved names of early-day Oregon conservationist Judge John B. Waldo and four companions. In 1888, these men journeyed south along the crest of the Cascades, from Waldo Lake to Mt. Shasta, the first recorded party to travel much of the general route of what is now the Pacific Crest Trail. ( Quoted from the back page of the Rogue River National Forest, Sky Lakes Wilderness map ) ~ www.billgass.com ~
You been a good tractor !
12/20/2009, Roxy Ann Fire viewed from Crater Lake Avenue. www.billgass.com
Looking east over Lake Notasha, some of the puriest water in the world ! Above right is Isherwood Lake, to the right is Heavenly Twin's. www.billgass.com
Not sure but I think it was built in the 30's or 40's. I'm told they were ole sheep herders cabins. It's a very kool area. Thanks for the comment, glad you enjoyed the pictures.
Looking south over the meadow. www.billgass.com