The wind had not died down all night, and was still continuing this morning. After quickly packing, we headed down, wanting nothing more than to get out of this blamed wind!
Once back down to Snow Lake, and setting up camp at lower Snow Lake, out of the wind, we went over to the edge of the water, and found large granite slabs, soaking in rays of sunshine, so we laid on them, relieved to be warm.
…It’s amazing how quickly we desire the simplest things of life, something to eat, being warm, and out of the elements…
We looked every bit like lizards sunning themselves on the rocks. At one point, Dan even managed to fall asleep, obviously thankful that he too was out of the wind…It’s amazing how quickly we desire the simplest things of life, something to eat, being warm, and out of the elements. The night would prove to be another cold one, freezing the water in our bottles.