I recall that she asked the couple she met for fruit. She was on her way to Pic de Sauvegarde and they were surprised that she was ascending so late in the day. I don't believe she told them about plans after climbing the summit. Dan created a map that seems to assume that, regardless of what she said in her text messages, what she really meant was that she was going to cross the Port de Venasque, immediately enter France, and arrive at the Refuge de Venasque near dusk. Dan defended this idea even though many of us questioned whether that was a wise hiking decision. Two points argue against this: no evidence that she was at the Refuge de Venasque no wifi contact on Nov 23, which confused Dan since he knew she would have wifi within 30 minutes of leaving the refuge and for much of the trail in France between the refuge and the Port de la Glere. There's no evidence to support the idea that she went to Refuge de Venasque on Nov 22, and there is evidence that she was not there. Furthermore SAR has said that the absence of clear route contributed to difficulty in finding her body.