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post #31 of (permalink) Old 09-24-2006, 01:12 PM
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As far as places to stick a bunch of cairns, I think it was chosen well. The small ones every few steps on the other hand...
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First birth marker I've ever seen



On the Cheakamus Lake trail past the Helm Creek turn off. There's gotta be a great story behind it, anyone know it?
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Thurston peak marker:



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Laughington Ridge marker:



"Wally's Bump" summit marker:



Survey marker on Thacker Mountain in Hope:
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Near the Downton Creek TH
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First birth marker I've ever seen



On the Cheakamus Lake trail past the Helm Creek turn off. There's gotta be a great story behind it, anyone know it?
It all started right here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_birds_and_the_bees
(Long story...)



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