Twins Peak

October 14, 1979

A crowd in spite of the weather, 28 In all. Some fast, some slow. Going up we were only moderately wet, but the lunch break on top was hasty as a serious rain began by noon. Quite a few hikers were surprised to be so cold. We rushed down and out to the trailhead as fast as we could, reaching the cars by 1:30.

Twins Peak is an old volcano (perhaps a young one when I stop to think about it) with many interesting samples of lava and ash. The view above Waldo is marvelous on a good day, so hopefully this trip can be added another year with all possible benefits for those who are willing to take the steep 3.3 mile trail.

Hikers this time were: Dan Bates, Dick Bentsen, Mary Bentsen, Ann Carter, John Cecil, Emeline Dale (leader), Bob Devine, Hester Dietel, Richard Eden, Wilbur Groner, Lee Hatch, Hilary Hutchinson, Bonnie Ledford, Betty Legris, Dot Leland, Elizabeth McMullin, Barbara, Brandt, Charlotte, Julie and Richard Scherer, Velma Shirk, Connie Speake, Robin Steussy, Betty Taylor, Paula Vehrs, Pat Widney and Donna Wolcott.


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