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Old 09-23-2006, 10:55 PM
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So, my son and I took a three hour run up to Hayman lake this morning. We got in a few pictures. Right as we start going up the trail we come across a decent toyota pickup that is connected to a tree by a tow strap. It had a flat tire. I yell to see if anyone was around and no one answered. There was full jerry cans in the back, a few coolers (I didnt look inside), and a nice looking set of tools. Lots of stuff to "borrow" anyway. Anyway, we continue on to the lake and there are some people camped there. It turns out that is was some of the kids that I councel. That Toyota was one of the kids'. I told him that he should not have left that thing way down there by itself. He was drunk, so he did not really care (I should have taken it all and left it on blocks.) It had decent tires and rims. Well, it was a good morning in any event. Here are a few pictures of the morning. I saw three vehicles the whole time and they were all toyotas


1. Heading up the trail to Hayman
2. Lonely Toyota
3. Lots of mud puddles
4. View of Kelowna from above Rose Valley Lake
5. Kelowna view
6. Rose Valley Lake
7. More puddles
8. People and their junk.
9. The top of Hayman
10. Hayman Lake
11. The lake again
12. Kids camping
13. washout
14. coming down
15. damn wildlife
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Old 09-23-2006, 10:59 PM
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nice pics
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Old 09-24-2006, 06:08 AM
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ohhh gotta hate those damn free range cattle, i thinking FREE is in their title come by hunting season. "I SAW ANTLERS" those things are all over the monashees
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Old 09-24-2006, 07:32 AM
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cool cant wait to go up there this mornin that looks like quite the view
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