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    Saturday on Sawmill Mtn.

    Escaped the heat of the valleys and headed to the backcountry of the Angeles Forest, Saugus district.

    More pics at the blog, ya know. 10 mile climb, 3100' gain, 20 mile loop. The poppies are livin' large in the Antelope Valley near the poppy preserve. I could see large patches of orange from the top of Sawmill.

    Very nice.
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    Very cool panoramic picture.
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    Cool pics! Give me a heads up next time you ride up here and I'll join you. This is the best time of year to ride up there! I rode a loop around the Poppy Reserve today and was surprised by how brilliant the floweres are still despite no rain for about 3 weeks. The amazing thing for the Antelope Valley today was no wind!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddog
    Cool pics! Give me a heads up next time you ride up here and I'll join you. This is the best time of year to ride up there! I rode a loop around the Poppy Reserve today and was surprised by how brilliant the floweres are still despite no rain for about 3 weeks. The amazing thing for the Antelope Valley today was no wind!

    No wind? I am surprised. It was fairly breezy up there on the mountain.

    Drop me a PM with your email and I will let ya know the next time I head up there. I actually have something big (well, kinda big) planned in that area in May.
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    wow a lot of green for that area...nice pics
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    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    wow a lot of green for that area...nice pics

    It was not that green everywhere, but this one little spot under the pines was like a garden. there was a lot of snow up there this year and I bet this spot held snow for quite a while.
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