Day 05. Picrtures of JMT Revisited

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Marie Lake in the morning, before hiking on to Donohue Pass.
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Another one of the Marie Lakes on the way up to Donohue.
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On our way to Donohue Pass. Marie lake is below (where we camped).
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Overlooking Tuolumne Meadows on our way to Donohue Pass. Tuolumne Meadows was yesterday's hike.
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There is snow up here. Where is the pass?
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Believe it or not, there are four hikers in this picture. Zoom in on a large version and see for yourself. This gives some idea of the scale of these pictures.
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Here we are at Donohue pass, on the morning of Day 5 -- two days longer than our first trip. Starting at this point, the bear threat is not as big.
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That is Banner Peak in the distance, on the way down from Donohue.
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A view of Thousand Island Lake with Banner Peak in the background.
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Another view of Thousand Island Lake with Banner Peak in the background.
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Here is Thousand Island Lake as we are hiking toward it.
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The trial between Shadow and Rosalie lake, after coming over a small pass between the two lakes.
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Rosalie Lake. We camped here, on a rock overlooking the lake. This was one of the best campsites we had for the entire trip. We swam and fished here. Hardly any bugs.
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The first fish I ever caught. It was also the biggest that any of us had caught to this point in all of our trips. Normally, the boys do all the fishing.