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scatman

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The Phases of Mount Olympus

The Trailhead Phase
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The Top of Suicide Hill Phase
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The Saddle Phase
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The Delightful Scramble Phase
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The Summit Phase
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A quick hike up Mount Olympus this morning. Awfully hazy at the top. You could just barely make out Broads Fork Twin Peaks. :(
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Hey @Outdoor_Fool, do you know what this means? :D
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Yvonne

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Good to see you out in spite of your injury! So what did the doc have to say?
I have to wait until Tuesday when I see a specialist.
But I just wanted to get out for a little bit. Just sitting at home and rest and elevate the leg get's so boring after a while, especially when you're usually out somewhere every day.
 

Rockskipper

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I have to wait until Tuesday when I see a specialist.
But I just wanted to get out for a little bit. Just sitting at home and rest and elevate the leg get's so boring after a while, especially when you're usually out somewhere every day.
What happened?
 

Yvonne

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scatman

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Cycling up City Creek Canyon 3 - 4 times a week now and the leaves are beginning to cover the road in upper City Creek. That, and the air is just saturated with the smell of leaves. With the temperature in the low 60's, it was a perfect day to cycle up. I love this time of year.

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Storm brewing at the top of the canyon?

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Yvonne

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a few random selfies from my Yellowstone trip


admiring the view of the Yellowstone River


crossing Sour Creek


cooling off in the Gardiner River


more cooling off when it's 94 degrees outside


at Specimen Ridge


at Little Gibbon Falls


I don't know if it's just me: But every river, creek, and lake I encounter on my hikes, I have to swim and take a selfie in that water source. Is anyone else so weird?
I'm working hard on all my images, but pretty soon there will be a lot of Yellowstone trip reports
 

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