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2004 Photo Galleries of Crews 713E1 and 713E2
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Gallery Page 7:  Dean Cow Camp to Harlan Camp to Ute Springs.

Today's hike was not that hard but is was still a relief to arrive on the porch of Dean Cow Camp.

Do to all the rain storms that came our way, this was one of the few times we could air out bags.

Of course, hanging the bear bag was a daily event, sometimes even a couple times per day.

Most of the crew jumped at the opportunity to try rock climbing at Dean Cow Camp.

The next morning we set off to Harlan Camp, 13 miles from Dean Cow Camp.

We stopped often for rest as we hiked through Turkey Creek Canyon.

As we left Turkey Creek Canyon we knew that a good portion of the day's hike was behind us.

We got our campsite at Harlan set up just in time before a two hour shower soaked the area.

The Harlan staff building was not far from the water supply of the camp.

Who's got the map? Where the navigator? Which way do we go? Alright then, head out crew!

Our camp at Ute Springs was great. It had 13 stone chairs, one for each member of our crew.

I think the thumbs up sign means that cooking supper is going well. At least I hope it is.

This little village, made by one of the crew, was later hit with a meteor shower.

It's time to head out, but not until we take care of and prepare our feet for the day's hike.

This trail stumped us for a while, but the guys did a great job us finding the one we wanted.

Today's hike bought took us by the east side of Cathedral Rock and Cimarroncito Reservoir.

Photographs by Steve Borgerding and used with his permission.
Copyright 2004.