O at Rockcrusher. I found an old set of courses that Mike had designed. Temps were above freezing so the snow was melting fast. Some hillsides were slippery. I'm glad I wore my neoprene socks.
The large reentrants near the lake are filled with downed trees and debris from the 2019 floods, so the I had to pick my way through. At some point, I noticed human tracks on the snowy "trail" which was a surprise. I didn't think anyone else would try to go that way. After control 11 and finish, I came upon two guys who were hiking. They were using a cell phone to track their progress on the trail and were trying to get back to Rockhaven. They were confused when the trail would disappear in the reentrants. I showed them my map, and where we were, and how to get back to the trail. I also encouraged them to go up to the next trail which was parallel but didn't disappear. They commented that it was surprising to see someone using a paper map!
I stopped a few times to admire the snow-covered, frozen lake. Very beautiful, but it meant no eagles were hanging around.