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Old 02-12-2017, 08:43 AM
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Camping in Stanislaus National Forest

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Here are some more pics of me and my buddy camping in the Stanislaus National Forest. Most were taken in the vicinity of Cherry Lake and the perfect camping spot in Jawbone Pass
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Old 02-12-2017, 10:52 AM
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See, that monument now, that monument irks me, to put it mildly. You see them in forests, city parks, etc. They list all these names of people in any manner associated with planning, building, or dedicating the park. It sickens me. Imagine the in-fighting that goes on with these greedy slope-heads fighting over whether their name should be on the monument. As if.... they paid for it and the people are in awe of their generous benevolence.

OK! That's over with! Looks like a beautiful place! ((()))
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Old 02-12-2017, 01:22 PM
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If the monument were just kind of in the middle of nowhere I'd agree. However, is this particular place it's a dam and part of the huge San Francisco water system so I'm ok with it. Plus they used the local granite. There is another lake over the eastern ridge from this lake that is actually in Yosemite National Park and is connected via water tunnel to this lake (Lake Eleanor)
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My family used go every summer to the Oakland family camp which was a few miles from there in the middle '60's. My Dad and I would fish Cherry Lake, Cherry Creek and the Stanislaus river. In high school my friends and I would camp and deer hunt around Jawbone Falls and the Clavey River. I haven't been back to that area for 40+ years.
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Old 04-01-2017, 10:35 AM
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it's still beautiful!

It's still a very beautiful place to camp. It does get rather crowded during holidays in the pass however. If you like to be social, holidays are the time to camp in Jawbone Pass.

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