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    Where the Waterfalls Have Wildflowers

    Just got back from a four day solo camp and ride. Managed to return to one of my favorite spots of tranquil beauty
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    We were wondering where you disappeared to Fred!!!
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    Spent four days exploring backcountry near headwaters of Stanislaus River between Carson-IceBurg and Mulkolumne Wildernesses. Really nice scenery despite wildfire smoke, great destinations and good road conditions. My rock-bound camp had no cell coverage so I missed any excitement here.
    I did have my very own little snow pond and solitary mallard for company though. Good for meteor viewing as the open granite slick rock reflected plenty of moon and starlight for night hikes.
    My Camp site under the trees with small lake in background


    Smallest body of water whole trip but sure pretty with many darting dragonflies.
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    Nice reflection pool next to my base camp


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    Very nice Fred! Mind blowing pics! m.
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    Beautiful, Fred.
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    Awesome!
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    Yet again, Fred titillates us all. Thanks Fred K eep the good work
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    After four days, 280 miles, a few lesser mountain peaks , several alpine meadows and a handful or two of rockbound lakes all stitched together by inviting curvy roads, trails and singletracks I have more to share. Just need to clean up a full Start Up Disk on my Apple to build some videos. Aaargh, so much better riding a trail bike than riding a laptop!
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    Just the drive over the Sierras to my playground area was dramatic. Road seems very narrow from my van. Narrow TW has a lot more wiggle room...a total blast on a motorcycle!

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