Cache Mtn.

May 1-2, 1976

An overnight ski trip. I wrote on the prospectus—“prepare for sun, rain, snow, hot, and cold”. That was about right we had it all. At one time about ten people indicated that they would go on this one. Most of them must have had a premonition that the weather would not cooperate and so all but four backed out. Saturday was a warm sunny and beautiful day. We skied east across the burn from Hoodoo to Link Lake, on to Hand Lake, then to a third (no name) lake where we made camp. We had hardly set up and a thunderstorm came up with cold wind and rain.

The next a.m. was cold, wet, and drippy. We decided to head back rather than to go on up Cache Mtn. in what was certain to be foul weather. We headed back through a number of snow showers—had lunch at Hoodoo Lodge and were back in town by mid-afternoon.

Those on the trip were, Glenn Meares, Merle Traudt, Paul and Marriner Orum, the leader.


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