Field notes from Mauri Pelto via Peter Sinclair

Peter Sinclair has posted the second of a two part series documenting a trip he took with Mauri Pelto into the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest's Cascade range of mountains.  Below are both part one and two of that series.

 

 

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