Seattle, WAUSA 98101
May 18, 2011
Hi, I have been living in Seattle for a year now. I'm from Baton Rouge (no mountains, but the weather is a lot sunnier!). I lived in Tokyo for a few years, though, so I do have some mountain hiking experience. I like the outdoors and taking photos.
Yes. I think there's always more to learn, though. I don't think it's a bad idea for organizers to briefly discuss the etiquette pre-hike.
7? 8? Haven't met a hike I couldn't finish yet. I think I have become more used to elevations, as I'm a flat lander. I have to learn about more technical hikes. I feel fairly comfortable on snow with my equipment. I don't have navigation skills, though.
The Wentachee/Cady Ridge Loop almost killed my tailbone. It was pretty, despite snowy inclines from hell. Lake Serene is pretty rough as far as the incline/rapid elevation gain, but I would do it again due to great views.
Fun people. Really chill.
Hey, thanks for the microspike info! As for the talking too much ... ha ha. No you didn't. I find that people who wonder if they talk too much don't. It's the ones who never wonder that you have to watch out for. :)
Hi, Jenny. Sorry I missed your call. What's your phone number? Tim lives in W. Seattle, and he suggested meeting at the Albertson's on 128th and 1st in Burien. Can you think of some place that's convenient to you, as well as me, that lets us avoid I-5 as long as possible?
Jennifer, would you like to call me and let's figure it out? [masked] - cell, [masked].