I led two non-members, good snowshoers and travel companions, into all three Rosary Lakes. The first two miles had a total of about 0.3 mile of bare ground and other places with marginal snow. After that, there was enough snow for snowshoeing--or hiking--as one of the participants tried to do! We saw a lot of water on the ice on Middle Rosary Lake and Pulpit Rock from each of the three lakes, giving a very different view from each. We had lunch at the top of Upper Rosary Lake then looked at possibly doing the loop but decided not to, and came back the way we came. We saw nobody on the way out and only four on the way back. This might be the last snowshoe of the year, but I think as a combination hike/snowshoe, the loop could be done.Members: Smith, Mike. Nonmembers: Dunne, Michael, Winiarski, Larry.
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