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Eric & Gayle Glomski: [00:03:45] And then it went into these blue, very loose, steep escarpments then down into a classic red rock. And there had also been a fire through there, which I think made it looser and more messed up because there were a whole lot of areas where a lot of erosion had occurred. And so there were a lot of cut gullies and loose, steep, rocky cliffs sitting in this red rock.
Jacob: [00:04:12] And about a mile into it, the trail kind of just goes at a steep angle and it’s all gravel. And my brother started slipping a little bit and he turned to me and he’s like, hey, this, this is not the hike for me. I’m not going to be able to do the rest of this. And that’s when I made the decision to hike it on my own. I tossed him my keys.
I said, hey, you know exactly where I’m hiking. You know, the trail, I sent it to my parents. I sent it to you. I’ll see you in the morning. And I kept going.
Host: [00:04:47] Jacob’s brother returned to the car, where he’d spend the night. They planned to meet up the next day.
Jacob: [00:04:53] Everything was perfectly fine for the next, you know, mile or so. I was walking around.
I found a little rock, actually that I thought my little brother would like threw that in my pocket and just kept hiking. And then I got close to the water and you could see it down there. And now I had to figure out a way to get down. So I just kept walking a little bit farther and I noticed an area that looked like I could get down.
So I looped back around and I kind of had a hug a bush to get around to this area to go down. And I was like grabbing on, I slid right past the bush. And I realized it is not a way down. It is a lot steeper than I thought it would be and a little bit, like, a little bit more gravelly. Um, so I decided to get out of that area.