Bearcant's 2005 Pacific Crest Trail Misadventure
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Oregon
Starting: Section C7 - Honeymoon Creek
Ending:  Section C9 - Highway 62

Heard Batteries & Pepperjack walk by my camp at 5 am. They were pushing to get to the PO at Crater Lake. I maintained a nice leisurely pace for the 20 miles to Mazama Village. Ate some hot-dogs & bought my supplies for the next section. Chatted with the other 7 hikers until dusk before hiking back to the trail to camp.

Plotted out an itinerary last night & saw that I would get to McKenzie Pass on the 3rd. My family and Nat are planning on meeting me there on the 4th to hike the 17-mile stretch to Santiam Pass. So I need to slow it down for the next couple of days. That is going to be difficult...


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