Mt. June

May 4, 1986

“I can’t believe you would start an Obsidian trip at 11 a.m.” That was the comment heard as 21 people gathered around at the South parking lot for the late morning trip to Mt. June. Some Obsidians and a few people walking for the first time with the Obsidians hiked to the top of Mt. June, and along the way enjoyed seeing a profusion of wildflowers including snow queen, trillium and avalance lillies in bloom.

The hike began at the Eagles Rest trailhead. The beginning of the new trail extension down the road, being worked on by Helen Smith and Mary Bridgeman at present, was noticed. The sign proclaims the trail to be the Lost Creek Trail, a most appropriate name for the trip up Lost Creek to Mt. June.

The 21 hikers who made it to the top of Mt. June on a bit of an overcast day were Glen Aplin, Elliot and Priscilla Aronin, Vernon Barkhurst, Gladys Grancorvitz, Maxine Hall, Carol and Kirsten Harma, Dot Leland, Dewey Porter, Henrietta Richmond, Ruth Romoser, Alys Riley, Ardys Ringsdorf, Jane Sawyer, Carol Stern, Bert Tepfer, Andy and Marie-Ann Thompson, Art Wild and leader Mary Ellen West.

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