Photo Journal of the Team Mo' 2000 Trips


This year we had many plans but so far have only climbed Darwin and Vogelsang .



 2000 Calander of Trips


No
Date
Where
Who's going
Notes
1
July 1-4
Mt. Darwin/Mendel
Mike,Max,Karin
Lamrak on the mark
2 August 12 Vogelsang Peak Mike Long Dayhike

 
 
 
Lakes are seen gleaming in all sorts of places round, or oval, or square, like very mirrors; others narrow and sinuous, drawn close around the peaks like silver zones, the highest reflecting only rocks, snow, and the sky. But neither these nor the glaciers, nor the bits of brown meadow and moorland that occur here and there, are large enough to make any marked impression upon the mighty wilderness of mountains. The eye, rejoicing in its freedom, roves about the vast expanse, yet returns again and again to the fountain-peaks.

John Muir on the Sierra's, "Mountains of California, 1911"


 

The lakes are lapping their granite shores and wearing them away, and every one of these rills and young rivers is fretting the air into music, and carrying the mountains to the plains. Here are the roots of all the life of the valleys, and here more simply than elsewhere is the eternal flux of Nature manifested.  Ice changing to water, lakes to meadows, and mountains to plains. And while we thus contemplate Nature's methods of landscape creation, and, reading the records she has carved on the rocks, reconstruct, however imperfectly, the landscapes of the past, we also learn that as these we now behold have succeeded those of the pre-glacial age, so they in turn are withering and vanishing to be succeeded by others yet unborn.

John Muir on the Sierra's, "Mountains of California, 1911"