The Backcountry Weekend is usually perfectly timed for the time of year where weather is nice (i.e. not Coe-hot) and it's still green.
There was tons of water this year. Couldn't hike along Orestimba creek without getting wet feet. I hiked in my chacos most of the day.
More water. Several deep swimmin' holes.
Stay classy, Mustang Pond
Last big wet-foot crossing before heading to Jackrabbit Lake
On our way to Jackrabbit Lake
Tadpole swarm! There were hundreds of them at the edge of this water crossing.
There were a lot of bass in jackrabbit lake. David caught tons of them but nothing big enough to be worth eating.
Sam finds that his map is multi-purpose
Pavla and I decided to go exploring while the guys lazed around in the shade. Even the ducks were more active.
Not the clearest bluest water but for Coe it's perfect.
View towards our (hidden) campsite at the far end of the lake
Far end of jackrabbit lake
Wormy that crawled up my foot. Also: ick, dry dirty foot skin.