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North Fork Quinault River Ford
North Fork Quinault River Ford

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klenke




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At the critical ford location to access Mt. Lawson from the trail. It was a triple ford--the last of which I accomplished by sidling out on the thin logs at right. May 13, 2006
· Date: 5/17/2006 · Views: 2,773 · Filesize: 18.7kb, 416.0kb · Dimensions: 700 x 468 ·
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