No direct experience, but the last reports I’ve seen (within the last week or so?) have said Lodgepole is still flowing. Plus there was water in Dry Lake still.
Reports of Limber Pine Bench have said there was snow a mile or so before the camp so I would assume Limber Pine would have snow. It’s been pretty warm lately so that may translate into flowing water. Worst case, you may have to melt snow.
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