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Hi.... like your photos so much..... you are really great photographer.
I can tell that you put a lot of effort into your pictures.
Steve are you the Steve Bloomfield from Great Neck who taught me to juggle when I was 9 and had a broken leg? Looking to trace a contact for Mildred who worked for your family. Part of something I am writing.
David L. McLellan
I viewed your photographs (and captions) at www.pbase.com --- smbloom/image --- 3972828 (and others at the same webpage).
If you receive this email and, if you're willing to answer a few questions about Two Medicine Pass at Glacier, I would really like the opportunity to discuss some concerns which I have.
I live out in Massachusetts, about 35 minutes north of Boston. I have received campsite assignments this August 11-13, 2011, for Park Creek, Upper Park Creek and Cobalt Lake (traversing Two Medicine Pass).
Your postings are causing me concerns about whether Two Medicine Pass is within my ability.
David L. McLellan
North Andover, MA
Hi Steve - Thank you so much for the detailed Wonderland trip description. My husband and I are planning to take our first stab at it this summer, and we've found your posting very helpful for our planning. Thanks again for taking the time & trouble to share your experiences with us newbies!
Hey guys, awesome Wonderland trip pictures and description...brought back lots of memories...went on a few of those trails around Raineer with my dad when i was young...we used to camp at Ipsut Creek and hike up to Carbon Glacier... also camped at Ohanapecosh and hiked that wicked Cowlitz Divide trail ...yikes your right...never forget how steep it was thru there and allll those switchbacks...also camped up at Sunrise in Sept... it was beautiful...but very cold.....anyway congratulations on such a huge accomplishment...Thanks and Best wishes... Chris
Steve is there anyway I could get the gpx file of your wonderland trail trip. wow what a great trip!
Hello Steve & Carol
messing around on the computer did a search on your name and look what I found!
I could use your insight concerning the Tetons. I am looking at doing a two-nighter in September while my wife attends a conference in Jackson. My initial route was the Paintbrush the Death Canyon loop that you chronicle on your website. I am looking at doing this solo in three full days and two nights. I am a fairly seasoned backpacker but an East Coast guy. Is this reasonable or should I shift to Cascade/Death Canyon to make it more comfortable? Thanks for the insight from someone that did it recently. Thanks for your pictures. They are great. I came across the sight by simply entering paintbrush, cascade Teton (as that was my route) and I found exactly what I hoped for. Happy New Year. Mark
Would you mind adding a link to my wonderland site from
In exchange, I'll link to your site. Please let me know you would be willing to do this.
Agree with everyone. Pictures are super! Planning on a week in mid Sept this year with my son. Can't wait.
Steve, I enjoy your pictures of Harrison Pass. They're awesome. This July I'm leading a Sierra Trek of 16 to 18 year old Boy Scouts from Kings Canyon Roads End out thru Whitney Portal. I'm considering taking Harrison Pass instead of Forester. Is it doable? What are your thoughts? Thanks...
brenda, your friendly hygienst
Hey, Steve and Carol,
Thanks for sharing the great pictures. Only in America can Yosemite be rivalled by the "Big 40"! Are all of those boats on your friend's lake?
Please take lots of photos of Sequoia this fall.
Unfortunately, last week, we found out our son will be having two different foot surgeries in June. Not a great prerequisite for the cable ladder.
I'm scrambling for something short in August...maybe the Tetons or Vancouver.
Have a wonderful summer.
Happy flossing, Brenda
Steve, your photos of NW Yellowstone are excellent. I am planning a trip through that same area for early
September, 2003. Could use some first hand information from you if you'd be kind enough to email me.
David Thoenen - Raleigh, NC
Hey, I really enjoyed all your Yellowstone shots! I worked there briefly for a month, cleaning cabins at the Lake Hotel...I had to leave for personal reasons, and I miss it so much...thanks for the shots! Yellowstone is like a second home to me!
Nice photos - I hope to see some action shots on the water soon!
Gram & Gramps
Hi Steve: Hey, the pictures are great! You must have chosen a super camera..good for you! We will be keeping ours eyes open for more in the future...Thanks!!! Love, Gram..
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