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2021-12-24 at 22:11 - comment by Helen Read

You are right Chuck! In fact the thermometer that is hanging on the right of the door, I placed there a few years ago. You fooled me by the word Pharaoh.



2021-12-24 at 09:56 - comment by Chuck

Helen,
It's only 10.5 km to where Pharaoh Creek joins Redearth Creek... I'm sure you've been to the cabin many times, but just might not know that the wardens used to refer to it as the "Chapel in the Pines"... a most appropriate name I think.



2021-12-24 at 09:54 - comment by Normand

Nice photos Chuck. That bent tree is now fully arched to the ground, as opposed to last Sunday when I skied by it.

Sunday December 19, semi-arched tree



2021-12-24 at 09:25 - comment by SkierRoger

Chuck,

Your many pictures and trip reports bring inspiration and motivation to the skiing community.

Thanks very much for your hard work!



2021-12-24 at 08:56 - comment by Helen Read

Wonderful photo but quite the LONG ski (how long?) to "Chapel in the Pines". We were hoping to attend Cathedral Church of the Redeemer tonight but rethinking that plan now. Merry Christmas to both of you!!!





PHARAOH CREEK via REDEARTH - Trackset Filling Fast

Report Submitted by Chuck
(trip) Date: Thursday Dec 23, 2021

Submitted: Friday Dec 24, 2021 at 07:54

Discussion:

Snowing heavily on previous tracksetting.
Disappointing socially, as everybody must have left their shopping for late!
Slow going as my two layers of blue wax started icing.

"Chapel in the Pines" is it's better known name

Starting up the Redearth trail

If you continue up Pharaoh Creek, you'd get to Egypt Lake

Better get back while I can still see my up track!


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