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May 5-Kokanee Glacier-Lemon Pass
« on: 05/16/07, 11:06 AM »

Day 1 - Fly in and Lemon Pass - click here for more - http://www.leelau.net/2007/kokanee0705/day1/





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Re: May 5-Kokanee Glacier-Lemon Pass
« Reply #1 on: 05/18/07, 03:30 PM »

Lee,

Thanks for the excellent TR.  The links for day 5, 6 and 7 are not working.

It was great to see the terrain you skied plus the maps.  During my week at Kokanee a few years ago, we were delayed arrival by 2 days and 1 day for departure due to weather-warm rain.  The available terrain is enormous and the accomodations are excellent.  I'm hoping to return next season if I get lucky at the lottery.

Jill and I had a great time at Blackcomb and did not tour out because the place was deserted midweek.  The Jewel Bowls were enjoyable.

Looking forward to reading about future travels.

The best,   Zap
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Re: May 5-Kokanee Glacier-Lemon Pass
« Reply #2 on: 05/18/07, 04:29 PM »

Wow Lee, how many heli hut trips is that this year? A month and a halfs worth? Good on you, I'm jealous! 
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Re: May 5-Kokanee Glacier-Lemon Pass
« Reply #3 on: 05/20/07, 09:32 PM »

I just did the bare stories but haven't put in any of the details yet zap.  I got sidetracked this weekend by getting 15cms new up Duffy lake road.

Toby - i got a ton of trips in this year.  Hope to continue the streak next year.
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Re: May 5-Kokanee Glacier-Lemon Pass
« Reply #4 on: 05/21/07, 10:06 AM »

Congrats on your year, Lee.  It is really useful to have you topoint at when discussing, with the family, whether or not two hut trips per year is excessive!  Grin
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