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Re: Glen Rock Regional Park

Postby ofuros » Mon 01 Apr, 2024 6:03 pm

A few extra pics from the ridgeline wander... :wink:

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Re: Glen Rock Regional Park

Postby grunter » Mon 01 Apr, 2024 6:36 pm

Wow. Great photos ofuros. So much more greener than in July when I went. Lots of rain this year to help. I was always worried about fires whilst out there. Temps got down to zero for me both nights.
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Re: Glen Rock Regional Park

Postby ofuros » Mon 01 Apr, 2024 9:27 pm

grunter wrote:Wow. Great photos ofuros. So much more greener than in July when I went. Lots of rain this year to help. I was always worried about fires whilst out there. Temps got down to zero for me both nights.
Thanks Grunter...yes we've had a wet summer this year so more green growth, grasshoppers are loving it though.
I was going to wait until the cooler winter months but couldn't help myself.
The campground was very busy.

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