Lowder Mountain

August 12, 2008

Lowder Mountain offers a nice walk through forest and wildflower meadows, and just enough exercise to work up an appetite for lunch once you reach the top. Our congenial group of eleven hikers stumbled along the overgrown trail through the meadows, enjoying some of the flowers that were blooming and occasional views of Diamond Peak. We then switch-backed our way to the top for wonderful views of the central Cascades peaks, including Mt. Hood. Upon returning to our cars, Barb treated the group to delicious homemade brownies to celebrate her birthday. Enjoying a near perfect day were members Jim Duncan, Sharon Duncan, Kathy Hoeg, Stewart Hoeg, Sachiko Iwasaki, Kathy Lindstrom, Barb Revere, Ruth Romoser, Lamonte (Smitty) Smith, and nonmembers Pat Endicott and Bruce Swenson.

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