Rosary Lakes

September 26, 1998

Twenty-one people signed up for this trip anticipating beautiful weather; however, only 15 showed up for one reason or another. Perhaps the dark, foggy skies discouraged a few. After we got to the trailhead on the PCNST, we moved quickly in clumps along the 3.5-mile trail with views of Odell Lake on our right. The clumps reconnected at the first lake. A couple of hikers stopped and hollered at Pulpit Rock to hear their voices echo. Facing the small upper lake we shivered on logs (44°) while we ate our lunches. All but five of us hiked around the upper lake; five hikers explored the shores of Middle Lake observing a large school of fish and found a beautiful pond on the north-east side. Meanwhile, the rest of us were dive bombed by some robber jays while we chatted and nibbled snacks in the sunshine. Explorers and non-explorers rejoined and walked back to the trailhead in the sunshine. We had a good hike. Thanks to Elliot & Priscilla Aronin, Max Brown, Wendy Clark, Mary Ann Hastings, Dixie Minkler, Lois Morse, Nola Shurtleff, Sheila Ward, Marsha Cutter, Julie Daniel, Marjory Kelm, Jane Rodd-Marks, Guy Prouty and leader Margee Wright.

Home   About Us    Our Activities    Contact Us   Join Us    Gallery   Outdoor Links    Members Only

Copyright 2000-2016  Obsidians, Inc.      Last Updated  27 Apr 2009

Email: Obsidians          Email: Webmaster