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By this time we could already see that there was no snow on the pass - something we had been worried about.
She was dubious about our plan to go over King Col - she had never heard of anyone doing that. Later she got on the radio and consulted with the Rae Lake ranger who agreed that King Col would be dicy. She tried to reach the Bench Lake ranger to ask him, but he had not responded to his radio for the past three days.
She told us to check in with him when we passed, and to let him know what we found on King Col. The map makes it look almost trivial, but it was steeper than it looks.
About half way up, it started to rain. I waited under a tree for a while, yet it just rained harder and harder, so I retreated.
It wound up raining for two hours. The rain stopped just at dinner time, so we did not have to cook in the rain.
But the mosquitoes came out again at sundown, so we all headed back into the tents. My feet - a traditional worry - are doing great. I have a tiny blister on my heel, which formed a couple of days ago, but it is holding steady.
Roy has an ugly blister on his big toe, probably a result of his new boots.
Eva's feet are fine. So far, a trouble-free trip. The main peaks in Gardiner Basin, Mt. Gardiner, Mt. Cotter, and Mt.
King, are all named after members of his expedition. Brewer is across Bubbs Creek to the south a few miles.
Charlotte Lake from slopes of Mt. From here on there is no regular trail.
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