Thursday, October 4, 2012

4MM - Yesterday Was Hike Day (#6)

Actually, hike day was last Saturday, but it was a great one!

For our September hike, the Four More Miles hike club hiked to Baker Pass between Mount Raymond and Gobbler Knob in the Wasatch Mountains.  The goal was to find a hike to take advantage of the Autumn colors, and boy did we get Autumn colors.  It was spectacular!

Tenny and daddy at the ridge, with Mt. Raymond and our destination, Baker Pass, in the background.

Cousins Denver, Tenny and McCall following the yellow brick road (metaphorically speaking).

 Big D looking back toward Big Cottonwood Canyon.

Did I mention it was gorgeous?  It was a great hike on a great day with great family and friends.

And this concludes the inaugural season of the Four More Miles hiking club.  It was a great year and we accomplished our goals -- we planned monthly hikes and explored our beautiful surroundings with family and friends.  Due to the success of season one, we intend to begin season two in April 2013.  As always, anyone and everyone is invited to participate, and there is no pressure or commitment for being interested.  So if you're interested in receiving invites (or even hosting a hike) next year, just let us know and we'll add you to the email distribution list.


Holly said...

What a great hike day it was! I'm so happy that you're such a good photographer to capture the beauty. My little camera wouldn't have done it justice. It was such great fun hiking with you and Tenny!!

Daisy Chick said...

Wow! Wish we could have been there. Hopefully we can make it for at least one next summer.