Rosary Lakes

August 28, 2009

Ours was an overcast day, just perfect for hiking to the three Rosary Lakes. A nice breeze may have been responsible for keeping the mosquitos away. On the way up, we met two gentlemen who were hiking the Oregon portion of the Pacific Crest Trail. One recited what he described as a Buddhist poem for us, that emphasized the importance of not postponing what we want to do until “later,” such activities as hiking and spending time in the out-of-doors. We know that, but it’s always good to be reminded.

The generally busy trail was pretty quiet, although we did run into several campers. We stopped at the upper lake for lunch, before turning around and marching the three miles back to the trailhead. We really couldn’t have asked for a better day to view this “string” of pretty mountain lakes; always a joy to behold.

Hikers were Jim Gillings, Diane Pergamit, Pete Peterson, Chuck Wagar and Chris Cunningham, leader.

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