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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-08-2020, 12:09 AM Thread Starter
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This is my latest story, about a place in the Seymour Valley that has something for everyone. It's got old growth firs, a huge fallen giant, a mysterious creek, a box canyon, and even potential for rock climbing routes. Owl and Talon Creek is reached via the Seymour Valley Trailway in the LSCR, a bike and hike trip is the perfect way to go. My own history here began back in 2004, which I posted about on CT a bit back in the day. This is the up to date version, hope you enjoy the tale.




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Very nicee one , Mick.

Happy to see a few forest giants around, and cool to see those off trail and far off spots you find on your exploration outings.

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Very nicee one , Mick.

Happy to see a few forest giants around, and cool to see those off trail and far off spots you find on your exploration outings.

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Keeps it interesting, for sure!
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