Bobby & Betty Lakes
August 16, 1975
The day was clear and beautiful—perfect for hiking.
Eight of us, none of whom were members except myself, proceeded to trailhead
in two cars and then followed an easy trail into Bobby Lake.
There were few mosquitoes so it was a pleasant walk.
We sat on a large rock overlooking the lake for lunch.
Lots of wild pink spirea bordering the lake.
A few people were fishing but we didn’t see any caught.
Later we hiked back to the Waldo Lake road and took the short hike down to Betty Lake.
It, too, was beautiful.
Not many wild flowers except bear Grass and Lupine.
I keep asking myself why no Obsidians showed up for this hike?
Those on the trip were:
Lorene Bressler (leader),
Clyde and Nancy Joiner,
Ann & George Heryford,