Williams Lake

August 7, 2008

This is the kind of hike that had it all: an unexpected detour in our hiking route, thunder, lightning, rain, a bear, a stubborn grouse and LOTS of mosquitoes. The mosquitoes were the size of a Boeing 747 and they were not flying friendly skies. They were killers and they were relentless. But in spite of the mosquitoes and discovering two bridges were out necessitating slogging through the muck at Otter Lake twice rather than once, the seven hikers took all in stride and with good humor. My thanks to them for making lemonade out of lemons. The hikers on this eight mile hike were: non-member Don Colgan and members Dick Hildreth, Mary Holbert, Anne Hollander, Lamonte Smith, Pat Soussan and leader Joanne Ledet.

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