This doesn't even begin to show how thick the boundary is with spruce and fir trees.
Sally went out first, found and painted the line. She was pretty much swimming in trees the whole time, and had to wear the orange safety vest so the person on the clearing saw would be sure to see her.
The excitement of finding a monument! Yay!
Tom passing gear up through the "keyhole," one of many obstacles we encountered on the boundary.
Sally & Ray (the third member of our crew, who just finished his ridgerunning season and joined us on Saturday) on the steepest section of the boundary yet!
Ray painting the last blaze as it's pretty obvious that we couldn't follow this side of the boundary any further. Sally & Lauren had worked the other end of the boundary line in 2005. The monument in between where they worked and we finished is on a vertical rock face on this rock outcropping above Ray's head.
Ray & Tom hiking up the boundary line. It was slow, tough going!