[pct-l] Water Report Data.

Monty Tam metam01 at earthlink.net
Tue Sep 19 00:18:29 CDT 2006

ASABAT and all  
Updates for the SOBOs
As of this afternoon(9/18):

San Filipe Hills 3rd Gate Cache (mile 91) has 49.75 gallons of water.  

Barrel Springs (Mile 101.9) is flowing well enough.  The trough is about
Bee, lots of bees, way too many bees, but the water tastes great.

Suggest long pants and gators to hike between these two water
sources..Ouch...Foxtails and brush have worked their way onto the trail but
it's still an easy hike.

If I could get shuttled from my own vehicle, I'm ready to collect data
hiking in both A and B sections.  Other hikers are welcome to join me.

Warner Springs Monty

> [Original Message]
> From: AsABat <AsABat at 4Jeffrey.Net>
> To: <pct-l at mailman.backcountry.net>
> Date: 9/18/2006 9:03:09 PM
> Subject: [pct-l] Water in Southern California
> I was in Mt Laguna this weekend. The new "Sunrise Trailhead" about a mile
> north of the old Lucky 5 cache site is open for business - restrooms,
> corrals, and a solar powered well. It is possible to get water from the
> float valve (like in your toilet) by pushing the float down while holding
> your water bottle under the flow. 
> The campgrounds on Laguna were also all open.
> The southbounders are heading our way in the next month or so. I would
> encourage all section hikers enjoying the fall weather to post water
> conditions here or email them to me directly. Many thanks.
> AsABat
> www.4jeffrey.net/pctwater
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