Not suggesting that anyone "plan" around me, but early June is better
for me because I still have children in school. Other people might be
in a similar situation. It would be a solid two day trip for me.
I'll have to get my Midget back on the road by then because the
Uglybug just does not have enough creature comforts. ;)
On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 5:02 AM, Kathryn Bales <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> May & June are just about perfect here as far as the weather is concerned.
> Warm days, but not too hot, and cool nights, but not too cold. The "big"
> MG people are having their gathering in Tahoe June 12 - 18, so if we were to
> go just prior to them, those who so desire could attend both functions on
> one trip, making it very cost effective.
> The road up Lamoille Canyon should be open and all the trees budding out.
> Those who want to see snow would not need to walk far to find it. The road
> up the canyon is a beautiful twisty one, with all sorts of wildlife usually
> visible. Binoculars are recommended to see the cougar den and its occupant,
> as well as the occasional mountain goat.
> I would suggest that those unfamiliar with the area peruse the Elko web site
> and get an idea of some of the things available here for recreational
> activities. Those who like to fish might find the 5# trout and trophy bass
> in South Fork reservoir of interest.
> Jim Johnson wrote:
>> Do I detect a general approval of the Elko/Spring Creek area? It is time
>> try to settle on a venue and date..... I will suggest we look at either
>> May or early June to avoid the heat if we go with Elko. What do you you
>> think, Kate? Early summer in the Humbolts and the Rubys? Last time I was
>> through that area was many years ago in late August and it was hot. Should
>> Phil put an air conditioner in his Sprite? ;-)
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