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    That must've been a pretty good sized branched that ripped the Keron. On one of my trips with the Allak it got hit my a pool cue-sized branch on the umbrella part during a storm and I feared the worst. Didn't even leave a mark. Got to keep using it, as is? Not a cheap gear replacement.

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    Is this one of your markers? I’ve come across several of yours in the past and it looks like something you’d do. Great way to communicate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Traffic Jam View Post
    Is this one of your markers? I’ve come across several of yours in the past and it looks like something you’d do. Great way to communicate.
    Wow, you found it. I left it for Rasputen who was supposed to come in at Beech Gap and hike to Cold Gap and go down the South Fork trail. I left it so he'd see I'm out and about. It's a small world on WB.net.

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    Can you ID these two plants growing in that area? The vine seemed rather insidious, curling around the wildflowers and choking them.

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    Picture 1 looks like Turks Cap Lily
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    We call those flowers Tiger lily.

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    TY. I first thought Day Lily but have never seen the petals curled up like that.

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    The yellow string thing is a parasitic vine common on Bob Bald and other places. It's called Dodder and uses the water and nutrients from its host plant.

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    Great report and pictures...thanks for sharing!
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