Guess the spot: Maps Edition

Don't like ads? Become a BCP Supporting Member and kiss them all goodbye. Click here for more info.

b.stark

Forever Wandering
.
Joined
Apr 8, 2015
Messages
371
Trip Reports
12
Likes
1,478
Almost made it there last year...
 

Don't like ads? Become a BCP Supporting Member and kiss them all goodbye. Click here for more info.

b.stark

Forever Wandering
.
Joined
Apr 8, 2015
Messages
371
Trip Reports
12
Likes
1,478
Grave Lake in the Wind River Range was the answer, for those left hanging. Darn, now I have to find another one...
 

b.stark

Forever Wandering
.
Joined
Apr 8, 2015
Messages
371
Trip Reports
12
Likes
1,478
OK, I'm going to go a little hard on you all for this one, just to break you all out of the mountain states so you can look at something different for a bit. I'll give you a hint: the state is the one in which I live.

Name this geologic area (for lack of a better term. We don't have mountain ranges here). Good luck!

guess-the-spot110718.png
 

b.stark

Forever Wandering
.
Joined
Apr 8, 2015
Messages
371
Trip Reports
12
Likes
1,478
Nice job. You're up. I was just going for the Pine Ridge but you added some bonus features.
 

Don't like ads? Become a BCP Supporting Member and kiss them all goodbye. Click here for more info.

b.stark

Forever Wandering
.
Joined
Apr 8, 2015
Messages
371
Trip Reports
12
Likes
1,478
Staying in the prairie states... A National Park unit.

View attachment 71405
Um... I don't have anything figured out for the next post, but that's the Elkhorn Ranch unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It took me a while to figure it out because I didn't know about this tiny unit of the park. Never have made it up there, but it's on the long list for someday, along with other far northern plains locations like the Missouri River Breaks.

Might have to wait until sometime tomorrow for me to find a new map.
 

b.stark

Forever Wandering
.
Joined
Apr 8, 2015
Messages
371
Trip Reports
12
Likes
1,478
Going to send this back to canyon country. Name the canyon fork, or the canyon system will work too.

Screenshot_20181109-060706.jpg
 

LarryBoy

Hiker Trash
.
Joined
Jan 4, 2015
Messages
1,479
Trip Reports
7
Likes
2,218
Nope. Scroll up and you will see that b.Stark already guessed Grave lake correctly. :cool:
I'm not very good at the internet apparently. To give myself some credit, about 10 seconds after I posted it, I realized 1) it's grave lake, and 2) I missed a whole bunch of posts in there. I will now slink into my corner to do penance.
 
Joined
Jun 11, 2017
Messages
1,868
Trip Reports
2
Likes
2,481
I'm not very good at the internet apparently. To give myself some credit, about 10 seconds after I posted it, I realized 1) it's grave lake, and 2) I missed a whole bunch of posts in there. I will now slink into my corner to do penance.
I once skipped three pages unknowingly and was guessing a really old spot. Nobody seemed to notice, as the spots were both lakes. But when I screw up, I like to follow the Possum Lodge motto - Quando omni flunkus moritati - When all else fails, play dead.
 
Last edited:
Joined
Dec 11, 2015
Messages
875
Trip Reports
6
Likes
1,101
I once skipped three pages unknowingly and was guessing a really old spot. Nobody seemed to notice, as the spots were both lakes. But when I screw up, I like to follow the Possum Lodge motto - Quando omni flunkus moritati - When all else fails, play dead.
I did that once also, but when I make a mistake, no one misses it. Love the Red Green reference.
 

LarryBoy

Hiker Trash
.
Joined
Jan 4, 2015
Messages
1,479
Trip Reports
7
Likes
2,218
I once skipped three pages unknowingly and was guessing a really old spot. Nobody seemed to notice, as the spots were both lakes. But when I screw up, I like to follow the Possum Lodge motto - Quando omni flunkus moritati - When all else fails, play dead.
As my band teacher once said if you're going to make a mistake, make it loud and proud!
 
Joined
Jun 11, 2017
Messages
1,868
Trip Reports
2
Likes
2,481
As my band teacher once said if you're going to make a mistake, make it loud and proud!
Did you play the tuba by any chance? I bet you didn't. :)

I was going to say we treat ladies with chivalry but that might be considered inappropriate.
For chivalrous proof, refer to this photo of Art chivalrously helping his wife (who is chivalrously carrying HIS pack on top of hers) while climbing Electric Peak in Yellowstone. :rofl::rofl::rofl:

68.jpg
 

Don't like ads? Become a BCP Supporting Member and kiss them all goodbye. Click here for more info.

Similar threads

Don't like ads? Become a BCP Supporting Member and kiss them all goodbye. Click here for more info.

Top